Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 3 : Bleaching preparations and other substances for laundry use; cleaning, polishing, scouring and abrasive preparations; soaps; perfumery, essential oils, cosmetics, hair care, skin care and body care preparations; dentifrices; toiletries; non-medicated preparations for the application to, conditioning and care of hair, scalp, skin and nails; suntanning preparations; shampoo; bubble bath and bath foam; mouth washes and other non-medicated dental and oral hygiene; room fresheners.... More
Class 9 : Electric, photographic, cinematographic, optical, life-saving and teaching apparatus and instruments; apparatus for the recording, transmission or reproduction of sounds and images, recording discs, pre-recorded video cassettes; audio cassettes; CDs, DVDs, CD Roms; computer games; media containing animation film; calculators; sun-visors, spectacles and sunglasses and cases and holders therefor; magnets; telecommunication equipment and apparatus and parts and fittings therefor; on line electronic publications downloadable from the Internet; computer programmes; audio visual and computer-generated animated films and programmes; photographic film; electronic personal organisers; swim masks and goggles; mobile phone accessories; digital music and animation provided from the Internet; on-line electronic publications not downloadable from the Internet.... More
Class 14 : Tie clips; horological and other chronometric instruments and apparatus, including clocks, stopwatches and watches; real and imitation jewellery, including rings, earrings, bracelets, necklaces, cufflinks and cameos; precious stones; semi precious stones, pearls; jewellery cases; ornamental pins; ornaments; tie pins, pins, lapel pins, breast pins; trinkets, pendants; badges, brooches, buckles, coins, sets of coins, medallions and medals of precious metals; plated articles; key rings; vases, figurines, statuettes and busts of precious metal, goblets; cigarette cases and boxes, ashtrays of precious metal; candelabra; candle sticks; candle rings; napkin holders; cruet sets; salt and pepper cellars and mills; paper knives; paper weights; drinking and eating articles; household or kitchen containers; scale horses; scale riding helmets; items of precious metal and their alloys or coated therewith; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods all being included in class 14.... More
Class 16 : Paper, cardboard and goods made from these materials, printed matter; printed publications, books, newspapers, magazines, journals and periodicals; photographs and posters; photograph albums; calendars; stationery; adhesives for stationery or household purposes; artists' materials; paint brushes; playing cards; instructional and teaching material (except apparatus); greeting cards; note cards, note books, note pads; paper table napkins, paper table cloths; bags and containers included in class 16, all of paper; plastic substances for modelling; kits of materials included in class 16 for moulding and modelling; transfers; stencils, pads of paper, letter openers; book markers; gift wrap; paper and cardboard place mats, coasters; graphic prints, representations and reproductions; lithographs and lithographic works of art; portraits.... More
Class 18 : Articles made of leather, imitation leather and fabric; luggage; bags including travelling bags, bootbags, beach bags, tote bags, tool bags, valises, knapsacks, satchels, garment bags, toilet bags, city bags, backpacks, duffel bags, all purpose athletic bags, holdalls and handbags; cases, including vanity cases, suitcases, pilot cases, briefcases, attache cases, passport cases and key cases; trunks; wallets and purses, credit card holders; hatboxers made of leather and imitation leather; umbrellas; umbrella handles; umbrella sticks; umbrella covers; business card holders; belts, made of leather, imitation leather and fabric; shooting sticks, walking sticks and walking sticks with collapsible seats; canes; whips; saddles, stirrups and harnesses, horse covering blankets; reins; bridles; bits; blinkers; horse collars; leads (leashes); parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods all included in class 18.... More
Class 21 : Goods made from porcelain, china, earthenware, pottery and crystal, including ladles, serving utensils and tongs, bowls, salad bowls, soup bowls, sugar bowls, pitchers, jugs, flasks, hip flasks, plates, cups, mugs, saucers, coffee services and coffee pots, tea services, tea pots and tea strainers, tea caddies, egg cups, dishes, vegetable dishes, covers for dishes, crystal glassware, drinking vessels, goblets; crockery; ceramics; pots; decanters; wine tasters; tankards; corkscrews and bottle openers; ice buckets; glassware; tableware (other than knives, forks and spoons); portable containers, thermally insulated containers for food, thermally insulated flasks, fitted picnic baskets and hampers (made of leather, imitation leather and wicker) including dishes; pepper mills and salt cellars; napkin holders and rings; candelabra; perfume sprayers and vaporisers; urns and vases; ornaments; moneyboxes; all included in class 21.... More
Class 25 : Clothing, footwear, headgear; clothing accessories; scarves, belts.
Class 28 : Toys, puppets, marionettes; games and playthings; gymnastic and sporting articles; decorations for Christmas trees; mobiles (toys); animated toys and games including those which are electronically and/or digitally operated; automatic games; dolls; hand-held units for playing electronic games; plush toys; balloons; jigsaw puzzles; kaleidoscopes.
Class 29 : Meat, fish, poultry and game none being live, seafood; meat extracts; preserved, dried and cooked fruits and vegetables, prepared nuts; jellies, jams, and fruit sauces; eggs, dairy products, milk and milk based drinks, yogurt, prepared meals, snack foods, pickles, sauces, soups; edible oils and fats.
Class 30 : Coffee, tea, cocoa, drinking chocolate sugar, rice, tapioca, sago; flour, pasta, puddings, pizzas, and preparations made from cereals, bread, pastry; confectionery (excluding chewing gum); ices; honey and treacle; yeast and baking-powder; salt and mustard; vinegar and sauces (condiments); spices, snack products, prepared meals; ice; ice cream; frozen confections and drinks.
Class 32 : Mineral and aerated waters and other non-alcoholic drinks; fruit drinks and fruit juices; syrups and other preparations for making beverages; non-alcoholic aperitifs; non-alcoholic cocktails; pastilles for effervescing beverages; powders for effervescing beverages; essences for making beverages; non-alcoholic fruit extracts; non-alcoholic fruit juice beverages; fruit juices; non-alcoholic fruit nectars; ginger ale; ginger beer; isotonic beverages; lemonades; preparations for making liqueurs; seltzer water; soda water; sorbets; syrups for beverages; syrups for lemonade; table waters; tomato juice; gift and presentation packs containing any of the aforesaid goods.... More
Class 38 : Broadcasting; communications and telecommunications; interactive broadcasting and communications services; broadcasting and transmission of radio and television programmes; interactive television and radio broadcasting; provision of communications for interactive television and radio broadcasting; broadcasting and communications by means of or aided by computer; broadcasting and transmission of digital information; services which allow messages, information and data to be transmitted from one party to another; wireless communications services; interactive telephone services; communication services by means of radio waves, television, the Internet, the worldwide web, cable, satellite, microwave and the electricity grid; communications by line, wireless, cable, wire or fibre; transmission of digital and animated information, pictures and film; provision of access to information provided via communications and computer networks.... More
Class 41 : Entertainment services; all relating to film, television, video and theatre; provision of film, television and video studio facilities; film, television and video production and direction; special effects services; operation and direction of animatronic devices and puppets; training and direction of operators of animatronic devices and puppets; training and direction of actors and performers; theme park services; live entertainment and performances; entertainment services provided on line and by wireless transmission; services related to the provision of digital music and animated film provided from the Internet; publishing services of poetry birthdays and stories.... More
Class 42 : Providing of food and drink; restaurants, cafes, cafeteria and snack-bar services; temporary accommodations, hotel services; hygienic and beauty care, hair dressing and beauty salons, engineering services, design and development of computer software; computer programming services; all relating to the film, television and video industries; set design; make-up design; costume design; animatronic designs; model design; puppet design; design of foam latex items; consultancy and support services relating to the origination, design and/or development of products, fictional and cartoon characters and of story-lines concerning such products and characters; writing, editing, printing and publishing services for the creation and production of poetry verse plays and stories, audio and film production services; animation services; the provision of animation studios and animation design services.... More