European Union Trademark No. 012871497 (Figurative) Trademark register: EUIPO Status: registered


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The European Union Trademark for CINNERS (Figurative) was filed on 13.05.2014 for goods and services in class(es) 18, 24 and 25 at the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). The current status of the trademark No. 012871497 CINNERS is 'registered'.

Trademark information
RegisterEuropean Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO)
Filing date13.05.2014
Registration date19.09.2014
Expiry date13.05.2024
Nice classes18, 24 and 25
OwnerCinners Limited
 1101 Nicosia, CY
 1060 Nicosia, CY
Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 18 : Luggage, bags, wallets and other carriers; Boxes made of leather; Butts [parts of hides]; Cases, of leather or leatherboard; Casings, of leather, for springs; Cattle skins; Chin straps, of leather; Coverings of skins [furs]; Curried skins; Saddlery, whips and animal apparel; Sausage skins and imitations thereof; Umbrellas and parasols; Walking sticks.
Class 24 : Fabrics; Filtering materials of textile; Textile goods, and substitutes for textile goods; Adhesive fabric; Adhesive fabric for application by heat; Apparel fabrics; Ballistic resistant fabrics; Bedroom textile fabrics; Billiard cloth; Billiard table baize; Bolting cloth; Insecticide-treated mosquito nets; Sheets of sailcloth for screening; Coverings for furniture; Labels; Linens; Wall hangings; Banners; Curtains; Banners of textile; Cloth bunting; Coated textiles; Dimity; Disposable cloths; Napkin liners of textile; Nightdress cases of textile.... More
Class 25 : Clothing; Footwear; Headgear; Albs; Anglers' shoes; Anti-perspirant socks; Aprons [clothing]; Arm warmers [clothing]; Ascots; Babies' pants [clothing]; Athletics vests; Babies' undergarments; Balaclavas; Baby doll pyjamas; Ballet suits; Barber smocks; Bandanas [neckerchiefs]; Baseball uniforms; Bathing costumes for women; Bathing drawers; Bath robes; Bathing suit cover-ups; Bathing suits for men; Beachwear; Beach wraps; Beach robes; Bathwraps; Bed jackets; Ankle boots; Army boots; Ballet slippers; Baseball shoes; Basketball sneakers; Bath sandals; Bath shoes; Beach shoes; Bath slippers; Booties; Boots; Boxing shoes; Boots for motorcycling; Bowling shoes; Canvas shoes; Children's footwear; Casual footwear; Climbing boots [mountaineering boots]; Espadrilles; Dress shoes; Deck shoes; Dance shoes; Cycling shoes; Fishing boots; Fittings of metal for footwear; Baseball caps; Beach hats; Berets; Bobble hats; Bonnets; Bonnets [headwear]; Cap peaks; Caps [headwear]; Caps with visors; Children's headwear; Flat caps; Fezzes; Golf caps; Fur hats; Frames (Hat -) [skeletons]; Head sweatbands; Headbands [clothing]; Hoods [clothing]; Knitted caps; Leather headwear; Mantillas; Miters [hats]; Nightcaps; Paper hats for wear by chefs; Paper hats for wear by nurses; Bed socks; Belts (Money -) [clothing]; Belts [clothing]; Belts made from imitation leather; Belts made out of cloth; Bermuda shorts; Bib shorts; Bibs, not of paper; Bikinis; Blazers; Bloomers; Blousons; Boas; Boas [necklets]; Bodices [lingerie]; Boiler suits; Boleros; Bolo ties with precious metal tips; Boot cuffs; Bottoms [clothing]; Boxer shorts; Bowties; Boys' clothing; Brassieres; Bridesmaid dresses; Bridesmaids wear; Burnouses; Bushjackets; Bustle holder bands for obi (obiage); Button down shirts; Bustles for obi-knots (obiage-shin); Caftans; Camiknickers; Camisoles; Capes; Car coats; Cardigans; Cashmere scarves; Casual shirts; Casual trousers; Casualwear; Chaps (clothing); Chasubles; Chefs' whites; Chemise tops; Chemises; Chemisettes; Christening robes; Cloaks; Cloth bibs; Clothing for children; Clothing for gymnastics; Clothing for fishermen; Clothing for horse-riding [other than riding hats]; Clothing for martial arts; Clothing for skiing; Clothing for wear in judo practices; Clothing made of fur; Clothing for wear in wrestling games; Collar protectors; Clothing of leather; Clothing of imitations of leather; Collared shirts; Collars; Combative sports uniforms; Combinations [clothing]; Corduroy trousers; Corsets; Costumes; Costumes for use in role-playing games; Cowls [clothing]; Cotton coats; Crinolines; Cuffs; Culotte skirts; Cummerbunds; Cycling shorts; Cycling tops; Cyclists' clothing; Denim jackets; Denim jeans; Denims [clothing]; Desert boots; Detachable collars; Detachable neckpieces for kimonos (haneri); Dinner jackets; Dinner suits; Donkey jackets; Dress pants; Dress shields; Dress shirts; Dressing gowns; Duffel coats; Dust coats; Ear muffs; Ear muffs [clothing]; Evening suits; Evening coats; Evening wear; Eye masks; Fishing vests; Fleece shorts; Fleeces; Flying suits; Football jerseys; Footless tights; Footmuffs, not electrically heated; Formal evening wear; Full-length kimonos (nagagi); Fur coats and jackets; Fur jackets; Fur muffs; Furs [clothing]; Gabardines [clothing]; Gaiters; Garters; Gilets; Girdles; Gloves; Gloves including those made of skin, hide or fur; Gym shorts; Halter tops; Hats (Paper -) [clothing]; Head scarves; Headdresses [veils]; Heavy jackets; Hooded sweatshirts; Hooded pullovers; Hooded tops; Hosiery; House coats; Jackets; Jackets (Stuff -) [clothing]; Jackets [clothing]; Jackets and socks; Jackets being sports clothing; Jumper suits; Lingerie; Menswear; Nightwear; Panties, shorts and briefs; Pantsuits; Printed t-shirts; Tee-shirts; Womens' outerclothing.... More
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