Trademark Class 20 Covers Furniture Items and Plastic Goods
Shivani Jain | Updated: Oct 28, 2020 | Category: Trademark
The term “Trademark Class 20” denotes a particular class of Trademark classes that deals with the goods and items termed as Furniture and Plastic Goods. However, the goods and items, such as Special Furniture for Laboratories and Medical Use, Bedding Linen, and Elderdowns are excluded from this class.
Further, the term “Furniture and Plastic Goods” includes Bedding, Furniture for Camping, Metal Furniture, Toilet Mirrors, Looking Glasses and Furnishings, Registration Number Plates, Letter Boxes made of Masonry, etc.
In this blog, we will discuss the concept of Trademark Class 20 and the List of Items termed as Furniture and Plastic Goods under this Trademark Class.
Items Covered under Trademark Class 20
The Items covered under the Trademark Class 20 are as follows:
- Furniture for Camping
- Metal Furniture
- Toilet Mirrors
- Looking Glasses and Furnishings
- Registration Number Plates
- Letter Boxes made of Masonry
Items Not Covered under Trademark Class 20
The Items not covered under the Trademark Class 20 are as follows:
- Special Furniture for Laboratories under the Trademark Class 9
- Special Furniture for Medical Use under the Trademark Class 10
- Bedding Linen under the Trademark Class 24
- Elderdowns under the Trademark Class 24
- Sleeping Bags under the Trademark Class 24
- Mirrors used in Optical Goods under the Trademark Class 9
- Mirror used in Surgery and Dentistry under the Trademark Class 10
- Review Mirrors under the Trademark Class 12
- Sighting Mirrors for Guns under the Trademark Class 13
- Beads for Making Jewellery under the Trademark Class 14
- Wooden Floorboards under the Trademark Class 19
- Baskets for Domestic Use under the Trademark Class 21
- Plastic Cups under the Trademark Class 21
- Reed Mats under the Trademark Class 27
Coordinated Classes for Trademark Class 20
Whenever a particular service or good falls in more than 1 class for Trademark Classification, then the applicant requires to apply in each of the trademark classifications under which such service or good falls. Moreover, it shall be taken into consideration that these other classifications/ classes/ groups are known as Coordinated Classes or Related Classes.
Besides this, it shall be taken into consideration that the concept of Related Classes was given by the USPTO. The term USPTO stands for the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Moreover, as per USPTO, an individual who wants to acquire Trademark Registration in India under Class 20 of the Trademark Classes, needs to furnish or submit an application in all the other coordinated or related classes as well.
Further, the Related Classes for Trademark Class20 are as follows:
- Common Metals under the Trademark Class 6
- Household Utensils under the Trademark Class 21
- Games and Sporting Goods under the Trademark Class 28
- Advertising and Business Services under the Trademark Class 35
- Science and Technology Services under the Trademark Class 42
Detailed List of Goods Covered under the Trademark Class 20
|Air pillows, not used for Medical Purposes||Casks, not made of metal||Hydrostatic [water] beds, not used for medical purposes||Sofas|
|Air Cushions, not used for Medical Purposes||Chests of drawers||Hydrostatic beds, not used for medical purposes||Stag antlers|
|Air Mattresses, not made for Medical Purposes||Drafting Tables||Identification bracelets, not made of metal||Stair rods|
|Ambroid Bars||Drain Traps [valves] made of Plastic||Index cabinets [furniture]||Stakes for plants or trees|
|Ambroid Plates||Dressing Tables||Indoor window blinds||Standing desks|
|Animal Claws||Easy Chairs||Infant walkers||Stands for calculating machines|
|Animal horns||Edgings made of Plastic for Furniture||Inflatable publicity objects||Statues made of wood, wax, plaster or plastic|
|Animal hooves||Embroidery Frames||Inflatable furniture||Staves of wood|
|Armchairs||Fans made for personal use, non-electric||Ivory, unworked or semi-worked||Straw plaits|
|Baby changing mats||Figurines made [statuettes] of wood, wax||Plate Racks||Stuffed birds|
|Bakers’ bread baskets||Filing cabinets||Playpens for Babies||Tables of metal|
|Bamboo Floating containers, not made of metal||Fishing baskets||Plugs, not made of metal/bungs, not made of metal||Taps for casks, not of metal|
|Bamboo curtains Flower-pot pedestals||Flagpoles||Plugs [dowels], not made of metal/wall plugs, not made of metal||Tea trolleys/tea carts|
|Barrels, not made of metal||Floating containers, not made of metal||Poles, not made of metal||Tool handles, not of metal|
|Baskets, not made of metal||Flower-pot pedestals||Pulleys made of Plastics for Blinds||Tortoiseshell|
|Bathtub grab bars, not of metal||Flower-stands [furniture]||Racks (furniture)||Tortoiseshell imitation|
|Bead curtains for decoration||Fodder racks||Rattan||Towel stands [furniture]|
|Bed fittings, not made of metal||Footstools / stools||Reeds made of plaiting materials||Trolleys for computers [furniture] / carts for computers [furniture]|
|Bed casters, not made of metal||Freestanding partitions (furniture)||Reels made of wood for yarn, silk, cord||Umbrella stands|
|Bed bases||Funerary urns||Reels, not made of metal, non-mechanical, for flexible hoses||Vats, not of metal|
|Bedding, except linen||Furniture||Reservoirs, not made of metal nor of masonry/tanks, not made of metal nor of masonry||Vice benches, not of metal|
|Beds for household pets||Furniture fittings, not made of metal||Rings, not made of metal, for keys||Water-pipe valves of plastic|
|Beds||Furniture of metal||Rivets, not made of metal||Whalebone, unworked or semi-worked|
|Bedsteads made of wood||Furniture partitions of wood/partitions of wood for furniture||Raw horses||Wickerwork|
|Beehives||Furniture casters, not made of metal||Saw benches [furniture]||Wind chimes [decoration]|
|Benches [furniture]||Furniture shelves||School furniture||Window fittings, not of metal|
|Workbenches||Garment covers [storage]||Scratching posts for cats||Wood ribbon|
|Binding screws, not made of metal||Gun racks||Screens for fireplaces [furniture]||Works of art of wood, wax, plaster or plastic|
|Bins, not made of metal||Hairdressers’ chairs||Screens [furniture]||Woven timber blinds [furniture]|
|Bolsters||Hampers [baskets]||Screw tops, not made of metal, for bottles||Writing desks|
|Bolts, not made of metal||Hand-held mirrors [toilet mirrors]||Screw tops, not made of metal, for bottles||Yellow amber|
|Book rests (furniture)||Handling pallets, not made of metal||Screws, not of metal|
|Bottle rack||Hat stands||Scythe handles, not made of metal|
|Bottle caps, not made of metal||Head-rests (furniture)||Seats/chairs [seats]|
|Bottle closures, not made of metal||High chairs made for babies||Seats made of metal|
|Bottle casings made of wood||Hinges, not made of metal||Sections of wood made for beehives|
|Broom handles, not made of metal||Honeycombs||Settees|
|Brush mountings||Horn, unworked or semi-worked||Shells|
|Busts of wood, wax, plaster, or plastic||Hospital beds||Shelves for filing-cabinets [furniture]|
|Cabinet work||House numbers, not of metal, non-luminous||Shelves for storage|
|Cases of wood or plastic||Slatted indoor blinds||Shoulder poles [yokes]|
|Cask stands, not made of metal||Silvered glass (mirrors)||Showcases (furniture)|
|Cask hoops, not made of metal||Signboards of wood or plastics||Sleeping bags used for camping|
|Casks of wood used for decanting wine||Sideboards||Sleeping pads/sleeping mats|
In a nutshell, searching out an accurate class for your goods or service can be a back-breaking and intricate task. Moreover, the same requires a lot of prior research and experience regarding the different types of applications and classifications.
Further, the Trademark Class 20 usually covers all the furniture items and plastic goods, and includes several other related and associated products as well.
At SwaritAdvsiors, our experts will not only assist you with the correct Trademark Class but will offer you services related to the procedure for Trademark Registration and Trademark Renewal.
Also, Read: What is the Online Trademark Registration Procedure & How can we Apply it?
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