Items Covered Under Trademark Class 24: Textile and Textile Goods

Trademark class 24
Sanchita Choudhary
| Updated: Nov 02, 2020 | Category: Trademark

Meaning of Trademark Class 24

The concept of Trademark Class 24 is considered to be famous for being associated with the trademarks used in the business of various textiles and Fabrics. This class of Trademark basically consists of Textiles and fabrics used for household purposes.

In this blog, we will discuss about the concept of Trademark Class 24 and also with the list of items included as well as excluded under Trademark Class 24.

List of Items Covered in Trademark Class 24

The goods which are mentioned under the Trademark Class 24 are used in the various textile business and Fabrics. This class of Trademark would basically constitute of Fabrics and the textiles which are used for household purposes.

TM Class 24 items covered

The items covered in Trademark Class 24 are mentioned below:

  • Textile substances
  • Textile goods and products along with its substitutes.
  •  Filtering materials for textiles.
  • Sleeping bags
  • Liners used for sleeping bags
  • Mosquito nets
  • Labels
  • Kitchen and Table Linens
  • Bath linens
  • Household linen
  • Coverings for furniture items.
  •  Wall hangings made of cloth.
  • Bed linen of paper
  •  Fabrics for beds and blankets.
  • All different kinds of fabrics.

List of Items Not Covered In Trademark Class 24

The items which are not covered in Trademark Class 24 are mentioned below:

TM Class 24 items excluded
  • Table linen of paper as mentioned under Trademark Class 16
  • Horse blankets as mentioned under Trademark Class 18
  • Electrically heated blankets used for medical purposes as explained in Trademark Class 10.
  • Electrically heated blankets not used for medical purposes as mentioned under Trademark Class 11
  • Certain specific textiles.

Coordinated Classes for Trademark Class 24

In case if any such goods or services fall in more than one Trademark class, then in such situations the concerned applicant needs to apply for Trademark Registration in each of the classes under which such goods and services fall.

TM Class 24 Coordinated Classes

However, if the applicant is not sure whether to register in trademark Class 24, then the following are the related classes which should be considered-

  • Trademark Class 35 — Advertising and Business Services
  • Trademark Class 26 — Lace and Embroidery
  • Trademark Class 42 — Science and Technology Services
  • Trademark Class 25 — Clothing
  • Trademark Class 23 — Yarns and Threads

Detailed List of Goods Mentioned Under Trademark Class 24

Adhesive fabric for application by heatBanners
Bath linen, except clothing
Bath mitts
Bed covers
Bed covers of paper
Bed linen
Bed clothes
Bed blankets
Billiard cloth
Bolting cloth
Canvas for tapestry or embroidery
Cheese cloth
Chenille fabric
Cheviots “cloth”
Cloths for removing make-up
Coasters “table linen”
Cotton fabrics
Covers “loose”for furniture
Covers for cushions
Crepe “fabric”
Curtain holders of textile material
Curtains of textile or plastic
Diaper changing cloths for babies
Diapered linen
Door curtains
Eiderdowns “down coverlets”
Elastic woven material
Esparto fabric
Fabric, impervious to gases, for aeronautical balloons
Fabric of imitation animal skins
Fabric for footwear
Fabrics for textile use
Face towels of textile
Fibreglass fabrics for textile use
Filtering materials of textile
Flags, not of paper
Flannel – fabric
Frieze – cloth
Furniture coverings of plastic
Furniture coverings of textile
Gauze “cloth”
Glass cloths “towels”
Gummed cloth, other than for stationery
Haircloth “sackcloth”
Handkerchiefs of textile
Hat linings, of textile, in the piece
Hemp fabric
Hemp cloth
Household linen
Jersey “fabric”
Jute fabric
Knitted fabric
Labels of cloth
Linen cloth
Lingerie fabric
Lining fabric for shoes
Linings “textile”
Marabouts “cloth”
Mattress covers
Moleskin “fabric”
Mosquito nets
Oilcloth for use as tablecloths
Pillow shams
Place mats, not of paper
Plastic material “substitute for fabrics”
Printed calico cloth
Printers’ blankets of textile
Ramie fabric
Rayon fabric
Sanitary flannel
Sheets “textile”
Shower curtains of textile or plastic
Silk fabrics for printing patterns
Silk “cloth”
Sleeping bag liners
Table runners
Table linen, not of paper
Table napkins of textile
Tablecloths, not of paper
Tablemats, not of paper
Taffeta “cloth”
Textile material
Tick “linen”
Ticks “mattress covers”
Fitted Toilet lid covers of fabric
Towels of textile
Traced cloths for embroidery
Traveling rugs “lap robes”
Trellis “cloth”
Upholstery fabrics
Wall hangings of textile
Woollen cloth
Zephyr “cloth”


Further, it can be stated that in order to get a Trademark Registered in India for any of his or her goods and services needs to apply under the correct Trademark Class. However, the situation in which the applicant fails to apply in the correct form for a trademark to be registered in India, then in such case he or she will have to apply again for the same.

Thus, it is important to contact any trademark professional for the smooth working of the said process.

Also, Read: Hassle-free Process of Trademark Registration in India


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