Sept. 10,1946.- v s, BEER. _ ‘ 2,407,393 LADY’S HAIR ORNAMENT FiledfJuly 14, 1945 _ INVENTOR. - Shy/"r124 Be/rr . BY Q . -. _- _ ‘ ~ I . 2,407,393 Patented Sept. 10, 1946 UNITED STATES ' PATENT 2,407,393 OFFlCE LADY’S HAIR ORNAMENT Siegfried Behr, Flushing, N. Y. Application July 14, 1945, Serial No. 605,102 1 Claim. (Cl. 132-46) 7 2 1 8 which may be of any suitable design for orna mentation purposes. Formed on the lower edge of the body portion at spaced intervals therealong are a number of This invention relates generally to ornaments for ladies’ hair. One object of the invention is to provide a hair ornament especially adapted for straight up hair dos. Another object is to provide such a hair orna ment with spaced comb sections ‘for readily at horizontally disposed integral comb sections 9, the teeth 10 of which project inwardly as shown in Fig. 1. In the modi?ed form of the invention shown taching and detaching the ornament to and from in Fig. 3 the split end ll of the body portion the hair of the wearer.‘ Another object is to provide a hair ornament 10 is formed with protuberances l2 on its outer sur face and the split end [3 carries a ring member that is simple in construction and economical Hi. When the split end H is inserted into the to manufacture. ring member M, the latter is adapted to engage Other objects and advantages of the invention the protuberances l2 and yieldingly hold the ends will be apparent from the description thereof to ' follow taken in connection with the accompany ing drawing in which-— Fig. 1 is a top plan view of a hair ornament embodying my invention. Fig. 2 is a sectional view taken on the plane of the line 2—2 of Fig. 1. ' . 15 together. I claim: A lady’s hair ornament comprising a split annular ?exible body portion formed of plastic material with spaced openings therearound, the 20 end portions of said body portion yieldingly posi tioned in overlapping relation, spaced comb sec tions formed integrally with the lower edge of said body portion, the teeth of the separate comb sections being positioned close together and ex Referring to the drawing, the improved hair ‘ ornament comprises a split annular body por 25 tending inwardly at right angles to the body portion, protuberances on‘ the outer surface of tion 5 formed of plastic material or other suit one of said overlapping end portions and a ring able material that ?exes. The split ends‘ 6 and member of plastic material carried on the other ‘I normally slightly overlap each other as shown end portion adapted to coact with said protuber in Fig. 1. ances for yieldingly holding the end portions in The body portion is rectangular in cross sec overlapping relation. I ' tion and between the upper and lower edges SIEGFRIED BEHR. thereof the body portion is formed with openings Fig. 3 is a fragmentary top plan View of a modi?ed form of overlappingends. Fig. 4 is a front View of the device of Fig. 3.