US1453168A - Hair net - Google Patents

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US1453168A
US1453168A US58201722A US1453168A US 1453168 A US1453168 A US 1453168A US 58201722 A US58201722 A US 58201722A US 1453168 A US1453168 A US 1453168A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45DHAIRDRESSING OR SHAVING EQUIPMENT; MANICURING OR OTHER COSMETIC TREATMENT
    • A45D8/00Hair-holding devices; Accessories therefor
    • A45D8/40Hair-nets; Hair-protecting caps

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Apr. 24; 1923.

J. OPPENHEIM HAIR NET Filed Aug. 15 1922 lit Patented Apr, E l, limit. d

ill-355E113] OPPENHEIM, OF NEW YORK, N. Y.,

.ASQIGNOR T0 H'EL'MAN tit OPPENI-IEIM, OF

NEW YORK, lit. "iii, A. CORPORATION OF NEW YORK.

HAIR IQ'ET.

Application filed August 15, 1922.

./'0 all LO/LOH) may concern Be it known that I, Jnssn Orrnrii-Inisr, a citizen of the United t atates, residing at New York, borough of Manhattan, in. the county of New York and State of New York, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Hair Nets, of which the :t'ollowine, is a specification.

This invention. relates to the construction of hair nets, such as are commonly worn by ladies in the dressing and holding of their hair.

l rom the nature of the article it is 'difli cult under ordinary practice to produce a hair net of suiiicient strength to withstand the manipulation and wear incident thereto without rendering it undesirably visible or conspicuous.

Among the objects of this invention therefore is to provide a hair net of maximum or unusual strength and one which accordingly will far outlast the nets heretofore made and yet is so designed that the ,Inarginal or rim portion thereof, the part that is most likely to be observed when worn, is practically or almost invisible. in the practice of this invention it is observed that a'net may be made of the same character of thread or strand throughout, and yet one portion thereof will be vastly stronger than another, where greatest strength is needed, and another portion, where less strength is needed, may be of lighter and more inconspicuous nature or weave.

With the foregoing and other objects in viewthe invention consists in the arrange ment and combination of partshereinafter described and claimed, and while the invention is not restricted to the exact details of construction disclosed or suggested herein, still for the purpose of illustrating a practical embodiment thereof reference is had to the accompanying drawings, in which like reference characters designate the same parts in the several views, and in which- Figure l is adlagram 1nd1cat1ng the manner of use of the net and suggesting dltler- Eierial No. 582,017.

ent strengths or weights for different parts thereof.

Fig. 2 is an enlarged sectional view of a fragment oi a net in plan, indicating more particularly the ditl'erent strengths or weights of the crown and marginal. portions.

Referringnow more particularly to the drawings 1 indicate a hail" net illustrated to embody two portions -a crown portion A and a marginal portion B. While I indieats a cap or bag shaped net it will of course be understood that l will not be limited unnecessarily to any particular shape or design of the construction.

Neither do I propose to be unnecessarily limited to any particular character, quality, color, or composition of the thread, hair, or strand used in the construction of the net, for obviously any oil the well known or com.- monly used materials may be employed for this purpose. For the present consideration, however, it may be assumed that the entire net, at least the mesh portion thereof, may be made of the same kind or character of strand throughout, that is to say of the same weight, quality, and color, the predominating! feature being the construction of a net of several distinct parts, one of which is stronger than the other, while said other part is less visible or conspicuous than the stronger part.

i To carry into eli'ect the foregoing principles l weave or form net the portion A of which is woven or otherwise formed with two or more strands a running parallel to each other and thereby multiplying the strength of this portion of the mesh accordinprly.

The other portion, the rim or marginal. portion B, of any suitable width in relation to the crown, is of lighter weight and is less conspicuous when worn than the portion A, even though it may be woven or otherwise formed from the same character of thread or strand as is used in the crown portion. 1 indicate this as being woven from a single strand Z). The meshes of the respective parts of the net may be practically the same tilt) tilt portions, the crown portion of the net havinga greater number of strands than the marginal portion.

2. A hair net whose crown portion is of multiple strand and whose marginal portion is of single strand mesh.

In testi1non whereof I afiix my signature. 15

JESSE OPPENITEIM.

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US20110132942A1 (en) * 2009-12-08 2011-06-09 Hair Zone, Inc. Jar shaped form for wig or hair piece storage

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