Petra ReedMenlo Park, CA

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Menlo Park, CA

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Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
Petra Reed
President
Pedestal Designs 229 Fulton St, Redwood City, CA 94062

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Pedestals

US Patent:
7407144, Aug 5, 2008
Filed:
Dec 12, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/734868
Inventors:
Petra Reed - Redwood City CA,
James P. Reed - Redwood City CA,
Assignee:
Pedestal Designs Inc. - Menlo Park CA
International Classification:
A47G 29/00
US Classification:
24834601, 248678, 108181
Abstract:
A pedestal comprising a pedestal base whose upper surface defines at least two pairs of open channels. Each pair of open channels is sized and spaced so that a support member of constant cross-section can be slidably fitted into the pair of channels. The pairs of channels are positioned so that, when a straight support member is fitted into each pair of channels, all the support members are parallel to each other and form a platform for supporting objects. The pedestals are particularly useful in the catering and hospitality industry for supporting food and beverage containers, tableware, flower vases and sculptures.

Rotatable Pedestal

US Patent:
7673843, Mar 9, 2010
Filed:
Apr 2, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/732229
Inventors:
Petra Reed - Redwood City CA,
International Classification:
A47B 91/00
E04G 3/00
US Classification:
2483491, 2482821, 248416
Abstract:
A pedestal comprising lower and upper vertical columns having different vertical axes, and a horizontal support which is rotatably connected to the top of the lower column and the bottom of the upper column. The pedestals are particularly useful in the catering and hospitality industries for supporting food and beverage containers, tableware, flower vases and sculptures.

Pedestals

US Patent:
7722005, May 25, 2010
Filed:
Jul 15, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/218590
Inventors:
Petra Reed - Redwood City CA,
James P. Reed - Redwood City CA,
International Classification:
A47G 29/0014
US Classification:
24834601, 248678, 108181
Abstract:
A pedestal comprising a pedestal base whose upper surface defines at least two pairs of open channels. Each pair of open channels is sized and spaced so that a support member of constant cross-section can be slidably fitted into the pair of channels. The pairs of channels are positioned so that, when a straight support member is fitted into each pair of channels, all the support members are parallel to each other and form a platform for supporting objects. The pedestals are particularly useful in the catering and hospitality industry for supporting food and beverage containers, tableware, flower vases and sculptures.

Block Pedestal Having Slidably Supported Horizontal Members

US Patent:
8127696, Mar 6, 2012
Filed:
Apr 2, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/732215
Inventors:
Petra Reed - Redwood City CA,
James P. Reed - Redwood City CA,
Assignee:
Pedestal Designs Inc. - Menlo Park CA
International Classification:
A47B 55/00
A47B 13/04
A47B 47/04
A47G 29/00
US Classification:
108181, 108140, 10815812, 24834602, 248678, 211189
Abstract:
A pedestal comprising (i) a pedestal base whose upper surface defines at least two pairs of open channels, (ii) horizontal lower support members placed in the channels, and (iii) at least one block component which is fitted slidably over one or more of the lower support members. Two or more block components can be used together, and upper support members can be placed in channels in the upper surfaces of the block components so that they are at right angles to the lower support members. The pedestals are particularly useful in the catering and hospitality industry for supporting food and beverage containers, tableware, flower vases and sculptures.

Pedestals

US Patent:
2003002, Feb 6, 2003
Filed:
Apr 5, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/117686
Inventors:
Petra Reed - Redwood City CA,
James Reed - Redwood City CA,
International Classification:
A47B091/00
US Classification:
248/346300
Abstract:
A pedestal base which is a hollow tube having a first periphery and a second periphery. At least one of the first and second peripheries includes at least two pairs of open channels. Each pair of open channels is sized and spaced around the periphery so that a support member of constant cross-section can be slidably fitted into the pair of channels. The pairs of channels are spaced around the periphery so that, when a straight support member is fitted into each pair of channels, all the support members are parallel to each other and form a platform for supporting objects. The pedestals are particularly useful in the catering industry for supporting food and beverage containers, tableware, flower vases and sculptures.

Block Pedestal

US Patent:
2012016, Jun 28, 2012
Filed:
Feb 27, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/385637
Inventors:
Petra Reed - Redwood City CA,
James P. Reed - Redwood City CA,
International Classification:
A47B 13/08
A47B 96/02
A47B 13/02
US Classification:
108186, 108150, 108161
Abstract:
A pedestal which comprises a horizontal component and one or more vertical components which fit into open channels or fit over straight projections in the upper surface of the horizontal component. The pedestals are particularly useful in the catering and hospitality industry for supporting food and beverage containers, tableware, flower vases and sculptures.

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