Word mark

Trademark: 'MATTHEW RICE' 
Elephant Design Limited
European Community Trademark, no. 000002014, Word mark


On 1. 4. 1996 the community trademark application no. 000002014 was filed for MATTHEW RICE (Word mark) by Elephant Design Limited before the OAMI.The goods and services in respect of which registration of the trademark was sought are in classes 16, 21 and 24. The current status of the trademark is application withdrawn.

Status is 'Application withdrawn'
The Community Trade Mark application has been withdrawn by the applicant for whatever reason. So right now there is no protection of this very trademark ad you can file it.

Applied1. 4. 1996
Nice classes16, 21, 24


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Elephant Design Limited
739 Fulham Road
SW6 5UL London


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Nice classes

16  Paper, cardboard and goods made from these materials, not included in other classes; printed matter; publications; books, catalogues, magazines, periodicals, journals, hand books and manuals; photographs; photograph stands; charts; graphic prints and posters; stationery; adhesives for stationery or household purposes; artists materials; announcement and greeting cards: address stamps; albums; paper and cardboard bags and boxes; loose leaf binders and document files; folders for papers and stationery; blinds of paper; book bindings and book binding cloth and materials; bookends; booklets; book plates and markers; bottle envelopes and wrappers of cardboard and paper; boxes, cabinets and holders for stationery; calendars; cards, place cards, post cards and playing cards; coasters of paper; drawing boards, pads and materials; embroidery designs and patterns; etchings and engravings; flags of paper; handkerchiefs of paper; indexes and index cards; tags for index cards; paper knives; labels (not of textile); letter trays; mats for glasses; napkins of paper and cellulose; packing paper; writing pads; paint boxes; paintings and pictures (framed or unframed); paper sheets; paper weights; paper mache; patterns for making clothes; paper and cardboard frames; pens, pencils and holders therefor; graphic reproductions; scrapbooks; song books; self-adhesive tapes for stationery or household purposes; signboards of paper or cardboard; stamps (seals); stencils; stickers; table cloths, linen and mats of paper; tissues; towels of paper; water colours; wrappers and wrapping paper; writing and drawing boards, writing pads and writing paper.

21  Glassware, porcelain and earthenware; spongeware; kitchen and household containers and utensils (not of precious metal or coated therewith); basins; baskets; bowls; boxes for sweetmeats; candle rings and candle sticks (not of precious metal); ceramics for household purposes; chamber pots; china ornaments; figurines (statuettes) of porcelain, terracotta or glass; flower pots and flower pot covers; glass recepticals, bowls and jars; jugs and pitchers; knobs of porcelain; menu card holders; napkin holders and rings (not of precious metal); paper plates; pepper mills and pots; salt cellars and shakers; earthenware saucepans; stewpans; tableware (other than knives, forks and spoons) not of precious metal; tea caddies; tea services and tea pots; thermally insulated containers for food; vases; vegetable dishes; works of art of porcelain, terracotta or glass; picnic baskets; pie servers; pottery; glass cooking pots, cups and mugs (not of precious metal); decanters; dishes, butter dishes and dish covers; soap dishes; doorhandles of porcelain; drinking troughs and vessels; earthenware.

24  Textiles and textile goods not included in other classes; bed and table covers; bath linen (except clothing); bed linen, bed spreads and blankets; blinds of textile; bolting cloth; cloth; cotton fabrics; loose covers for furniture; curtains of textile or plastic; eiderdowns; elastic woven material; fabric handkerchiefs of textile; household linen; knitted fabric; cloth labels; linen cloth; matress covers; napkins and tissues of cloth or other textile for removing make-up; towels and face towels of textile; traced cloths for embroidery; upholstery fabrics; net curtains; non-woven textile fabrics; plastic material (substitute for fabrics): quilts; travelling rugs and lap-robes; table runners; crepe, damask and silk; silk fabrics for printing patterns; table linen and napkins of textile; table mats (not of paper); tapestry (wall hangings), of textiles; printed calico cloth; canvass for tapestry and embroidery.