TODAY’S PATENT – CANDY HOLDER
In the realm of confectionery, the Candy Holder takes centre stage as a patent-protected gem, adding a touch of elegance to the world of sweets. Boasting the distinguished patent number USD605826S1, this delightful creation was filed on July 17, 2008, and officially granted on December 15, 2009, in U.S.
The inventive mind behind this sweet accessory is William Frederick Conway, Jr., hailing from New Albany, IN. His creation not only serves its functional purpose but stands out for its ornamental design, adding a layer of sophistication to the world of candy presentation.
Cradling candies with style, the proud custodian of this patent is Squire Boone Caverns, Inc., located in New Albany, IN. This natural wonder attraction offers guests a retreat from their technology-heavy lives, with roots dating back to the discovery of the caverns by American pioneer Squire Boone in 1790. The thriving settlement centered around Boone’s Mill, operational to this day, showcases the historical significance of the area.
With an active status and the ornamental design claim, this patent ensures that the Candy Holder remains a symbol of both functionality and aesthetic appeal. As visitors to Squire Boone Caverns enjoy the natural wonders, this patent-protected creation adds a sweet touch to the experience, paying homage to the legacy of Squire Boone and the timeless joy of candy.