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Items Covered Under Trademark Class 26: Lace and Embroidery

Items Covered Under Trademark Class 26: Lace and Embroidery
Sanchita Choudhary
| Updated: Nov 05, 2020 | Category: Trademark

Meaning of Trademark Class 26

The concept of Trademark Class 26 pertains to all kinds of lace and embroidery, ribbons along with braids, buttons, hooks and eyes, needles and pins and also artificial flowers. However, in order to avoid any objection from the examiner, it is deemed important that the author should register their Trademark under the appropriate class which will protect such Trademarks from the infringers.

List of Items Covered Under Trademark Class 26

The lists of items which are covered under Trademark Class 26 are mentioned below as:

  • Wigs
  • Toupees
  • False beards
  • Various artificial vegetables, fruits, and flowers.
  • Slide fasteners
  • Hair accessories
  • Hair fastening implements
  • Hair rollers
  • False hair
  • Hairnets
  • Decorated accessories and border for clothes.
  • Sewing articles along with decorative textile products.
  • Charms used other than jewelry, key rings or key chains.
  • Buckles and zippers
  • Barrettes
  • Hairbands
  • Artificial fruits, flowers, and vegetables.
  • Articles used in embroideries, sewing, and fringes.

List of Items Excluded from Trademark Class 26

There are various items which have been excluded or not covered under the list of Trademark Class 26. Some of them are mentioned as:

Items Excluded from TM Class 26
  • Certain specific types of hooks.
  • Certain specific types of needles.
  • Trademark Class 10 Hair prostheses.
  • Trademark Class 23 – Yarns and threads used for textile purposes.
  • Trademark Class 3 False eyelashes.
  • Trademark Class 14 – Charms for key rings or key chains.
  • Trademark Class 14 – Jewellery charms.

Coordinated Classes for Trademark Class 26

TM Class 26 Coordinated Classes

Trademark Class 26 is considered to be one of the most trendy and user-friendly trademark classes for new applications. Moreover, in case if any particular or specific goods or services fall in more than one Trademark class, then in such conditions the applicant needs to apply for Trademark Registration in each of the classes under which such specific goods and services fall.

Further, it can be stated that if the applicant is not of view whether to register in Trademark Class 26, then the following are the related classes which should be taken into consideration –

  • Trademark Class 23 -Yarns and Threads
  • Trademark Class 24 -Textiles and Textile Goods
  • Trademark Class 35 -Advertising and Business Services
  • Trademark Class 42 – Science and Technology Services.

Detailed List of Goods Mentioned Under Trademark Class 26

Following is the detailed list of goods and services which can be included under the Trademark Class 26 in alphabetical order:

  • Appliqués
  • Appliqués
  • Artificial fruit
  • Artificial garlands
  • Artificial plants
  • Badges for wear, not of precious metal.
  • Beads, other than for making jewellery or beads, used other than for making jewellery.
  • Belt clasps
  • Binding needles
  • Birds’ feathers (clothing accessories)
  • Blouse fasteners/dress body fasteners.
  • Bobbins for retaining embroidery floss or wool .
  • Bows for the hair
  • Boxes for needles
  • Braids
  • Brassards or arm bands (clothing accessories)
  • Brooches
  • Buckles
  • Buttons
  • Collar supports
  • Cords for clothing
  • Cords for rimming and for clothing
  • Whalebones for corsets
  • Corset busks
  • Darning needles
  • Decorative articles for hair
  • Edgings for clothing
  • Elastic ribbons
  • Embroidered crochet hooks
  • Embroidery or fancy goods used for embroidery.
  • Expanding bands for holding sleeves
  • Expanding bands for holding sleeves
  • False beards
  • False beards
  • False beards
  • False moustaches
  • Fastenings for clothing
  • Fastenings for braces
  • Fastenings for suspenders
  • Frills with lacework
  • Frills for clothing
  • Fringes
  • Gold embroidery
  • Gold embroidery
  • Hair barrettes or any hair slides
  • Hair coloring caps
  • Hair curlers other than hand implements.
  • Hair curling papers
  • Hair curling pins
  • Hair extensions
  • Hair grips or bobby pins
  • Hair nets
  • Hair pins
  • Hat ornaments, not of precious metal
  • Heated adhesive patches for purpose of decoration of textile articles.
  • Heated adhesive patches for repairing any textile materials.
  • Hook and pile fastening tapes
  • Hooks used for corsets
  • Human hair
  • Knitting needles
  • Lace for edgings
  • Lace trimmings
  • Mica spangles
  • Numerals or letters for marking linen.
  • Monogram tabs for marking linen .
  • Needle cases
  • Needle cushions
  • Needles for wool combing machines.
  • Needles
  • Ornamental novelty badges or buttons.
  • Ostrich feathers ( accessories for clothing)
  • Pin cushions
  • Pins other than jewellery
  • Plaited hair or tresses of hair
  • Prize ribbons
  • Reins for guiding children
  • Ribbons (haberdashery)
  • Rug hooks
  • Saddlers needles
  • Sewing boxes
  • Sewing boxes
  • Sewing thimbles
  • Shoe buckles
  • Shoe eyelets
  • Shoe fasteners
  • Shoe hooks
  • Shoe laces
  • Shoe ornaments, not of precious metal.
  • Shoemakers needles
  • Shoulder pads for clothing purpose.
  • Shuttles used for making fishing nets.
  • Silver embroidery
  • Skirt flounces
  • Snap fasteners
  • Spangles for clothing
  • Tapes for curtain headings
  • Tassels
  • Tinsels or trimmings for clothing.
  • Top-knots or pompoms
  • Trimmings for clothing
  • Trouser clips for cyclists
  • Wigs
  • Woollen laces
  • Wreaths of artificial flowers
  • Zip fasteners or slide fasteners or zippers.
  • Zip fasteners used for bags
  • Zippers used for bags

Conclusion

Thus, it can be stated that in order to get a Trademark Registered in India for any of his or her goods and services, an author needs to apply under the correct Class of Trademark. However, if an author or an owner of a Trademark fails to apply in the correct form for a Trademark to be registered in India, then in such cases he or she will have to apply again for the same to be registered. Hence, it is important to contact any Trademark professional for the hassle-free working of the Trademark Registration process.

Also, Read: Checklist For Registering a Trademark in India

Sanchita Choudhary

Sanchita has completed her BALLB in the year 2016 . She has an experience of 2+years of working in a corporate law firm. She also worked as an Legal Associate in Corporate legal industry and handled matters for litigation.

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