TODAY’S PATENT – PILLOW-DISPLAY CASE
Throw Pillows are decorative versions of normal pillows designed to accommodate objects acting as a display case. Attractive items or items of innate value can be kept in the pillow so as to amplify the functionality and appearance of the pillow. In today’s patent, we will talk about Patrice Cohen’s invention, the “Pillow display case” (US4309784A), patented by the USPTO on 12th January 1982.
This extant invention is a similar version of the Throw Pillow. These Pillows have a transparent pliable sheet attached to the peripheral edges of the faces of the pillow. The Pliable sheets act as pockets made of transparent sheets on both sides of the pillow. Different types of display objects can be placed inside these pockets through a reclosable opening. This feature enables the user to fill objects in both pockets.
The primary objective of this invention is to provide an aesthetic and better view of the display objects inside the pillow. Further, both sides of the pillow can be filled with display objects which provides an opportunity to display more objects through one pillow.