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Publication numberUS1137091 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateApr 27, 1915
Filing dateJun 24, 1914
Priority dateJun 24, 1914
Publication numberUS 1137091 A, US 1137091A, US-A-1137091, US1137091 A, US1137091A
InventorsAntonio Sclafani
Original AssigneeAntonio Sclafani
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Lamp for barbers' chairs.
US 1137091 A
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u: FOB BARBE -3" CHAIRS- Afll3 9ll I speciflt ation of Letters ateht' 'Pwtenmd 19115- Application filed June 24, 1914. Serial rte-847,033.

T allaglwm it may concern, E is PI'OVidGd With a nipple E on which Be it known that I, Anromo SCLAFANI, a screws the socket'F of an incandescent eleccitizen of the United States, and a resident tric lamp F of any approved construction, of the city of New York, borough of Manand provided with a deflector G-extending hattan, in the county and State of New over the top of the bulb of the lamp Fso that ork, have invented a new and Improved t e rays of light emanating-from the lamp F amp for Barbers Chairs, of which the folare deflected 1n a downward direction onto owing is a full, clear, and exact description. the hand of a person seated in the chairAand he object of the invention is-to provide having the arm resting on the arm rest A. a new and improved lamp more especially The flexible conductorH of the electric lam designed for removable attachment to the 1s connected-at one end with an electric arm rest of a barbers chair and arranged to llght chandelier or other source of power and strongly illuminate a mans hand for maniextends through an opening C in the lower curing purposes, thus insuring good work end of the post C and then extends through 73 on the part of the manicure. the said post in an upward direction and s In order to accomplish the desired result, out of the same through an opening C at use is made of a socket or a bracket attached t e upper end of the said post C. The conto the arm rest of a barbers chair, a post ductor H then passes around the clampin removably seated in the said bracket, an arm screw D and through the nipple E into the 5 mounted to swing up and down on the upper electric lamp F to make the usual connection end of the said post and extending fort erein wardly, and an electric lamp mounted on It W111 be seen that the post 0 can be the said arm to extend in a forwa rd direcreadily set into either of th b k t B tion, the electric lamp being provided on top according to which hand of the person seatso with a deflector to deflect the ravs of light ed 1n the ChQII lSdZO be manicured, and the of the lamp downward onto-a hand resting amp F extends in a forward direction a on the arm rest of the barbers chair in which sufliclent dlstance above the arm rest A so, thatthe manicurist can readily manipulate practical embodiment of the invention the finger nails with a view to manicure the is represented in the accompanying drawsame. 0 I ings forming a part of this specification, in I W111 also be observed that by the arwhich similar characters of reference indi- .rangement described a very strong light is cate corresponding parts in all the views. irectly shed onto the top of the hand so igure 1 i a side elevation of the lamp as that a manlcurist can readily see and conchair; Fig. 2 is a front elevation of the in the best manner possible.

same; Fig. 3 is an enlarged sectional side The bracket B may be either in the shape elevation of the lamp detached from the as shown in Figs. 1, 2, and 6, that is, formed arm rest; Fig. 4 is an enlarged plan view of 0" one piece screwed or nailed to the arm the deflector; Fig. 5 is a cross section of the rest A, or it may be in the form shown in post and the arm shown as extended in ver- Figs. 7 and 8,'in which case it is provided tical position; Fig. 6 is an enlarged view with a clamping screw B for clamping the of a modified form of bracket; Fig. 7 is a bracket to the arm rest A.

cross section of an arm rest provided with a It will be noticed that after the mani- 10o modified form of bracket for supportin the curist has finished one hand the lamp can be lamp post and Fig. 8 is a plan view 0 the readily detached from the bracket and enbracket shown in Fig. 7. gaged with the bracket on the other arm To the outside of each arm rest A of a rest to provide a strong illumination of the barbers chair 1s secured a bracket or a other hand of the person seated in the barsocket B adapted to receive the lower rebers chair. After the manicurist has finduced end 0 of a hollow post C provided at ished manicuring both hands the lamp is enits upper end with a clamping screw D on tirely removed from the barbers chair and which a short arm E is mounted to swing up stored away until again required for another and down. The arm E can be readily fascustomer. On loosening the nut of the tened in any desired position by screwing up clamping screw D, the post and lamp can be the nut of the clamping screw D. The arm folded to take up very little room. The

lamp when in use barber attending chair.

Having thus described my invention, I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent:

1. In combination with a barbers chair, a detachable bracket secured to the arm rest of the chair and comprising a bar, a recess .to receive the chair arm, a set screw and a vertical socket, a post mounted on the said bracket and rising to a distance above the top of the arm post, a short arm held on the upper end of the said post and extending forwardly, the arm having a threaded nipple, and an electric lamp mounted on the said nipple and provided on top with a deflector to deflect the rays of light of the lamp in a downward direction.

2. The combination with a barbers chair of a bracket detachably secured to the arm rest of the said chair at or near the middle of the said arm rest, a tubular post having a reduced lower end adapted to be seated in the said bracket, a clamping screw on the upper end, a tubular short arm pivoted on the said clamping screw and adapted to be fastenedin position on the post by the said clamping screw, the arm extending in a for- 30 ward direction and terminating in a threadis not in the way of the ,ed nipple, and an electric lamp the person seated in the attached to the said nipple and provided with a flexible conductor extending through the said hollow post and nipple. I

3. The combination with a barbers chair of a bracket detachably secured to the arm rest of the said chair at or near the middle of the said arm rest, a tubular post having an opening near the lower end, and a reduced lower end adapted to be seated in the said bracket, a clamping screw on the upper end, a short tubular arm pivoted on the said clamping screw and adapted to be fastened in position on the post by the said clamping screw, the arm extending in a forward direction and terminating in a threaded nipple, an electric lamp attached to the said nipple and provided with a flexible conductor extending through the said hollow post and nipple, and a detachable deflector attached to over the bulb of the lamp.

In testimony whereof I have signed my name to this specification in the presence of two subscribing witnesses.

ANTONIO SGLAFANI.

Witnesses:

Trmo. G. Hos'rER, PHILIP D. RoLLHA'Us.

the said lamp and extending

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Classifications
U.S. Classification362/131, 362/396, 297/217.6
International ClassificationA47C7/72
Cooperative ClassificationA47C7/725
European ClassificationA47C7/72B