Patent for Sale:Decorate Cakes or Food Items With Fresh Flowers -- Held in Water!
The seller invented this product in response to customers who would ask the inventor (a professional cake designer who made flowers from sugar paste and other edible materials for high-end cakes) if they could use fresh flowers to decorate their cakes in a manner which mimicked the multiple flower, bouquet-like effect they created with their (handmade, edible) flowers. There was no acceptable way to do this, so they invented one.
Primary Application of the Technology
The market for this type of product (do-it-yourself-ers, crafters, anybody who likes to do something new or unique, anyone looking for an inexpensive gift idea, anywhere you can buy cakes, anywhere you can buy flowers, anywhere you buy inexpensive household items, the internet) should allow for a significant upside.
The Problem Solved by the Technology
How the Technology Solves the Problem
The public may not be fully aware of the danger of using fresh flowers to decorate food, and once they become aware of what they should NOT do without the device (improper or unsafe methods of decorating food with fresh flowers), and what they CAN do with the device (safely decorate in their own unique and creative way), the product will both fulfill a need and solve a problem.
Comments on Deal Structure, Potential Terms and Restrictions
Plus a registered trademark on the name of the device as it is used in commerce.
The seller may consider selling these patents individually.
Samples of the product are available for interested buyers to evaluate. Product has been featured in a variety of web sites and magazines including Martha Stewart Weddings, Real Simple and more.
Class 47: Plant Husbandry
Apparatus and processes employed in treating the earth and its products and includes all inventions relating thereto that have not been especially provided for in other classes.Subclass 41.01: FLOWER HOLDER
Subclass 41.1: Embedded
Subclass 41.11: Receptacle top supported
Subclass 41.13: Holder for stem end (e.g., frog)
Subclass 41.14: Having ground anchor support
Class 249: Static Molds
A static implement rather than a machine, having: a structure intended for shaping fluent material only wherein the structure is so arranged as to define a space or cavity for retaining the fluent material and wherein the fluent material initially having no definite form conforms to the shape of the space or cavity solely by gravitational force on the fluent material and changes to a self-sustaining shape which shape is retained even after removal from the structure.Subclass 119: Plural article forming mold, or molds with community feature
Class 426: Food Or Edible Material: Processes, Compositions, And Products
This class provides in general for products and compositions in any physical form which are intended to be consumed by human being or lower animals in whole or part via the oral cavity. This class regards all ingredients or additives that are involved in preparing an edible as being proper.Subclass 104: IMITATED, SIMULATED, ORNAMENTAL, THREE-DIMENSIONAL PRODUCT OR CONFECTIONARY PRODUCT HAVING CHILD-ORIENTED UTILITY
Subclass 132: PRODUCT WITH ADDED INEDIBLE FEATURE OTHER THAN THAT WHICH CONSTITUTES A PACKAGE
Subclass 134: Stick feature
Subclass 383: Applying indicia or ornamentation, or the treatment of article having indicia or ornamentation
Class 206: Special Receptacle Or Package
(a) a container configured to hold a particular article or set of articles or material; (b) a mercantile unit - i.e., means in or by which goods (article or material) are displayed, protected, packaged or arranged in a particular manner, to facilitate sale, transportation in commerce, use or storage or (c) a packet, compact or case carried on the person of a user.Subclass 443: FOR PLURAL RODLIKE ARTICLES
Class 431: Combustion
This is the residual class for processes of combustion or combustion starting, and for apparatus peculiarly adapted to burn or ignite materials.Subclass 295: Holder for plural candles