Ballet Patent Prints
This ballet skirt was patented on July 12, 1994. This skirt is made up of overlapping, downward divergent panels, each panel connected to a common waistband but otherwise unconnected to one another so as to extend freely away from the waistband. This gives it the flow that the dancer requires.
The ballet slipper was patented by Salvatore Capezio on March 5, 1929. Ballet slippers embody a stiffened or box toe structure designed specially to support the thrust and weight of the dancer in toe dancing position. Capezio hoped to create a slipper that would give dancers the support that they needed in a more comfortable shoe.
On July 16, 1957 Norman Goodman created and patented an improved leotard. One of the improvements he made was in creating a method of making leotards that is inherently simple, which translates to efficient and low cost mass production. He also added an improved sleeve and superior fitting construction which made it into a more attractive leotard.
The portable ballet bar was patented by Allan Kravitz on April 12, 1960. He wanted to provide a knock-down ballet bar which when assembled satisfies the demand for a rigid exercise and is light enough that it can be moved from place to place. It is made of parts that can be knocked down and assembled easily.
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