Goods Classified Under Trademark Class 23: Yarns and Threads

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A trademark protects your company’s identifying marks so that no other company can use them. The term “Trademark Classes” or “Trademark Classification” signifies the categories under which a service provider or owner can obtain Trademark Registration in India.

Trademark is segregated in 45 different classes according to the NICE classification which is also known as International Certification of Goods and Services. Among those 45 classes, 34 classes come under Goods section and 11 classes come under Services section. Each class shows a specific category of Goods and Services.

Trademark Class 23 protects different yarns and threads that are used to create various textiles. This class covers all raw types of chenille, coir, cotton, darning, elastic, embroidery, fiberglass, hemp, jute, linen, rayon, rubber, sewing, spun thread, woolen thread, spun wool, cotton, and silk which are used in the production of textiles.

Types of goods come under Trademark Class 23:

  • Cotton Yarns and Threads
  • Woollen Yarns and Threads
  • Linen Yarns and Threads
  • Silk Yarns and Threads
  • Rayon Yarns and Threads
  • Jute Yarns and Threads
  • Darn Yarn and Threads
  • Embroidery Yarns and Threads which include Metal Threads as well.
  • Fiberglass Yarns and Threads
  • Coir Yarns and Threads
  • Chenille Yarns
  • Bedding linen of paper
  • Hemp Yarns and Threads
  • Sewing Yarns and Threads
  • Any threads and yarns which are made of Plastic and Rubber for textile purpose

List of Good under Trademark Class 23:

  • chenille yarn
  • coir thread and yarn
  • cotton thread and yarn
  • darning thread and yarn
  • elastic thread and yarn for textile use
  • embroidery thread and yarn
  • fibreglass thread for textile use / fiberglass thread for textile use
  • hemp thread and yarn
  • jute thread and yarn
  • linen thread and yarn
  • rayon thread and yarn
  • rubber thread for textile use
  • sewing thread and yarn
  • silk thread and yarn
  • spun cotton
  • spun thread and yarn
  • spun wool / worsted
  • spun silk
  • thread of metal for embroidery
  • threads of plastic materials for textile use
  • woollen thread and yarn
  • yarn / thread

Note: This Post was last updated on June 18, 2021

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