Title:
Faucet
Document Type and Number:
United States Patent D802101

Inventors:
Kirar, Laura K. (Miami Beach, FL, US)
Mckeone, William C. (Sheboygan, WI, US)
Application Number:
29/603618
Publication Date:
11/07/2017
Filing Date:
05/11/2017
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Assignee:
Kohler Co. (Kohler, WI, US)
Primary Class:
International Classes:
(IPC1-7): 2301
Field of Search:
D23/238-243, D23/249, D23/255, D23/257, D23/250, D23/252, D23/254
US Patent References:
D787645FaucetMay, 2017Kirar
D767102FaucetSeptember, 2016Schoenherr
D754827Tub spoutApril, 2016Byron
D741453FaucetOctober, 2015Bahler
D714912FaucetOctober, 2014Barry
D685878FaucetJuly, 2013Fritz
D684669Plumbing fittingJune, 2013Eilmus
D678987Faucet spoutMarch, 2013Liao
8235431Door furniture mounting assemblyAugust, 2012Williamson
D666277Faucet handleAugust, 2012Schaefer
D619872LeverJuly, 2010Singtoroj
D581025FaucetNovember, 2008Schonherr
D575848FaucetAugust, 2008KirarD23/238
D570453DispenserJune, 2008Tsai
D564634FaucetMarch, 2008Kirar
D533924SpoutDecember, 2006Kirar
D534251SpoutDecember, 2006Barry
D532866SpoutNovember, 2006Kirar
D531267Plumbing fittingOctober, 2006Hundley
D524140HandleJuly, 2006Kirar
D522102Faucet handleMay, 2006Fritz
D517174Faucet handleMarch, 2006Singtoroj
D487305Faucet spoutMarch, 2004Ouyoung
D472615SpoutApril, 2003Smith
D384401FaucetSeptember, 1997Doughty
D334230Plumbing fixture handleMarch, 1993Bonnell
D318904Handle for faucetAugust, 1991Hartkopf
D255921Wall spoutJuly, 1980Doman
Primary Examiner:
Delehanty, Robert
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Foley & Lardner LLP
Claims:
CLAIM

1. I claim the ornamental design for a faucet, as shown and described.

Description:

FIG. 1 is a perspective view of an embodiment of the claimed design;

FIG. 2 is a front view thereof;

FIG. 3 is a rear view thereof;

FIG. 4 is a side view thereof;

FIG. 5 is a top view thereof; and,

FIG. 6 is a bottom view thereof.

The ornamental design which is claimed is shown in solid lines in the drawings. The broken lines in the drawings form no part of the claimed design. Broken lines formed by equal length dashes show unclaimed subject matter. Broken lines formed by unequal length dashes (i.e., dash-dot) define bounds of the claimed design. Broken away symbols having a jagged element show that no particular length of the portion is claimed.