January 18th, 2012
United States Design Patent D650,608
J Robert Scott Cabriole Cabinet Designed by Sally Sirkin Lewis.
Sally Sirkin Lewis Adds New U.S. Design Patent
Los Angeles, California – January 2012 J. Robert Scott, Inc. the internationally known, American luxury furniture and textiles manufacturer announces that the United States Patent Office has issued a Design Patent to designer Sally Sirkin Lewis for her Cabriole Cabinet.
J. Robert Scott, under the leadership of President, Founder and Hall-of-Fame designer, Sally Sirkin Lewis introduced the Cabriole Cabinet in fall 2010 as part of the Ombré Collection, so named from the French word meaning shadow or shade. The dramatic 72” (183cm) tall cabinet is shown in excelsior veneer, with Ombré Storm™ finish. The proprietary finishing technique exhibits subtle gradients in intensity and shade from light to dark, producing a distinctive, individual effect on each wood veneer. J. Robert Scott’s innovative concept is a design milestone in decorative furniture finishing, and each piece in the Ombré Collection is signed and dated by the designer. A Utility Patent has been filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. http://www.uspto.gov/
For the past four decades Ms. Lewis, through her company has distinguished herself as a pioneer in the design field and a leading source of originality in American furniture manufacturing. “We are very proud of the furniture we make, in both quality and style, our products are proof that good design is timeless,” says Ms. Lewis. “At a time when people are suddenly sensitive to the origin of the products in their homes, I think it is important to note that J. Robert Scott furniture has always been Made in America,” she adds.