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Feb. 22, 1933. Q E, A GHAZAL‘ GARMENT 2,108,853 HANGER Filed April 2, 1936 IN VENTOR) BY [Zia .JZ é/zazai, ATTORNEY‘ Patented Feb. 22, 1938 , ‘ ' »' ' . UNITEDSTATES ATENT orFicE 2,108,853 GARMENT HANGER Elie Abraham Ghazal, Marion, S. C\. Application April 2, 1936, Serial No. 12,268 7 Claims. (01. 223-88) This invention relates to improvements in garment hangers and is especially designed for supporting the neck and shoulder portions of the gar- member 9 having a substantially long longitudi nal axis, as indicated by the dotted line it]. The lower portion of the ellipse is bent slightly in ment, and, in addition to provide means for re5 taining, or holding, the sleeve portions of the garment in such a position as to prevent wrin~ kling, or creasing, of the garment at the point where the sleeves are attached to the shoulder, or upper portions of the garment. ward as indicated at H 'for strengthening pur CR poses. The‘end [2 of the ellipse is then coiled around the lower end of the member ‘I, as indi cated at I 3. The wire then extends across the hanger, to provide the bar portion M, which is 10 member H5. The wire then extends upward at 10 ll to form the second outwardly extending curve Garment hangers, so far as I am aware, do not have any means for positively retaining the coiled at l5 around the second elliptical-shaped sleeves fully extended, when on the hanger, for preventing creases therein. In my construction, the sleeve-extending means comprises two sub15 stantially elliptical-shaped bends of the wire in the parts that are inserted in the sleeves. My garment hanger comprises a one-piece construction composed of wire, of suitable gage, so that it may be rigid when in use. 20 Broadly considered, it comprises two curved portions at the upper or neck portion of the hanger, the upper end portions of each of the curves having semi-circular loops that slide on each other, when in use. The lower ends of these 25 upper curves are connected to other and outwardly extending curves that are then formed into an elliptical-shaped loop for receiving the sleeves. One end of the loop is then coiled around the lower end of one of the outwardly 30 extending curves, at which point it extends across to the opposite end of the hanger and formed into a second elliptical-shaped curve, the end of which is then coiled around the other outwardly ex— tending curved portion; it is then carried up and 35 coiled around the shank portion of the supporting hook. Referring to the drawing:—Fig. 1 is a perspective view, showing the com- E8 to the bent point l9 which corresponds to the bend 6. From this point, the wire is bent to form the second upper curve 29, which corre sponds to the curve 5 and it is then looped to 15 form the second semi-circle 26; the free end of the wire is then twisted around the shank 3 of the hook, as indicated at 22. It will be noticed that the two elliptical-shaped portions 9 and I6 do not hang exactly in a ver- 20 tical plane, but extend slightly outward, as shown in Fig. 2, where they are inserted in the sleeves 23 of a garment. Fig. 2 shows the garment hanger, when in use with the two curved portions 5 and 20 supporting the collar portion of a gar- 25 ment and the two curved portions 1 and it supporting the shoulder portions of a garment. The elliptical members 9 and It are shown in serted in the sleeves for holding them outward, as illustrated by the dotted lines 24, wherebyany 30 wrinkles that would be formed at this part of the garment are fully prevented, by reason of the elongated loops which retain the sleeves ex tended substantially in the same position, as when the garment is being Worn. 35 The two semi-circular portions 4 and 2|! will slide slightly on each other, by reason of the over lapping and slidable contact at the point 25. In plete garment hanger and clearly illustrating the 40 two elliptical-shaped sleeve-receiving portions. Fig. 2 is a side, elevational view, showing the garment hanger in use, and Fig. 3 is a detail view of one of the loops ellipti- other words, this part of the hanger is slightly movable, so that the collar portion of the gar- 40 ment is kept smooth and free from wrinkles. It will be seen, from this description, that 1 have provided a garment hanger that is formed 45 cal-shaped on the line 3-3 of Fig. 2. Referring to: the drawing in detai1:-— l designates the hook portion for supporting of one piece of wire and is so constructed that it is rigid and one that will accurately position the 45 garment, when supported thereon, both as to the the garment hanger on any suitable member, as a rod. This hook portion is formed withthe outwardly curved end 2. The shank part 3, of the 50 hook portion, is formed into a semi-circle 4, that extends downward in the upper curved portion 5 t0 the bend 6, Where it is formed into the shoulder and neck portions, as well as the sleeve portions. What I claim is: 1. A garment hanger comprising, a one-piece 50 member having a supporting hook portion, a plu rality of curved portions of di?erent radii con second outwardly extending curved portion 1 of a greater radius The lower end 8 of the curved 55 portion 1 is formed into an elliptical-Shaped nected to the hook portion, a bar member, the opposite ends of which are‘ formed into sleeve supporting loops that are connected to two of 55 2 2,108,853 the curved portions, and means for retaining the parts in their operative positions by spiral coils in the bar and hook portion. 2. A garment hanger as set forth in claim 1, having semi-circular loop portions that slide on each other at the shank portion of the support ing hook, whereby relative movements are ob tained when in use. 3. A one~piece garment hanger comprising a 10 supporting hook, two pairs of curved portions connected to the supporting hook with an inter mediate overlapping and movable portion of the connected part, a cross bar, loops at the ends of the cross bar which are connected to onerof the 15 pairs of curved portions. ’ 4. In a garment hanger, a supporting hook, a cross bar formed into elliptical shaped sleeve supporting loops at its opposite ends, and curved connecting means between the said loops and the supporting hook, the planes of the loops being located away from a vertical plane,ras described. 5. In a garment hanger, a supporting hook, separate curved portions connected to the hook for supporting the neck and shoulder portions of a garment respectively, a straight bar portion below said curved portions and in the same plane, and means for supporting the sleeves of a gar ment comprising closed loops connected to said curved portions and said bar portion for holding the sleeves suspended in spaced parallel planes, as described. 6. In a garment hanger, a supporting hook, separate and connected curved portions con nected to said hook for supporting the neck and shoulder portions of a garment respectively, a straight bar portion below said curved portions, said hook, curved portions, and bar portions be 10 ing in the same plane, means for supporting the sleeves of a garment comprising closed elliptical shaped loops connected to said curved portions and said bar portion, said loops being arranged in planes which are angularly disposed relative to the plane of the hook, curved portions, and bar portion. ' 7.'In a garment hanger, a main frame com prising curved portions and a cross bar posi tioned in the same plane, loop elements integral 20 with said portions and said cross bar and located at the ends of said portions and said cross bar, said loops being positioned in planes perpen dicular to the plane of said portions and said cross bar, and hook means integral with said curved portions for suspending the hanger. ELIE ABRAHAM GI-IAZAL.