TODAY’S PATENT – FURNITURE HAVING A BOX SPRING OR LIKE STRUCTURE AND SUPPORTING LEG MEMBERS THEREFOR
This invention “Furniture having a box spring or like structure and supporting leg members therefor” was invented by Ronald D. Minzey and assigned to KINDER MANUFACTURING Corp, was granted patent on 11th May, 1976 by the USPTO bearing patent grant number US3955223A to the patentee. The current invention more especially pertains to such furniture items, the box spring or like structure therein, and the supporting leg elements therefor.
When used in a piece of furniture, a box spring or similar structure has a substantially rectangular frame with longitudinally extending side frame members and transversely extending end frame members. A number of supporting leg members are fastened to the box spring or similar structure and support it substantially horizontally at a predetermined distance above a floor or other supporting surface.