Logo Mark Trademark Information

Trademark by Baez,George

Basting spoons; Basting spoons, for kitchen use; Battery-operated cookie presses; Beakers, namely, wide-mouthed drinking cups for household use; Beer funnel and tubing sold together as a unit for drinking beer; Bottle openers; Bottle stoppers specially adapted for use with vacuum bottles; Bottle stoppers specially adapted for use with wine bottles; Bowls; Bread boards; Brushes for basting meat; Butter pans; Butter-dish and cheese-dish covers; ...

Classification Information

Use in Commerce Trademark - Applicant has provided proof of use of this mark in commerce to USPTO.

Primary Class: Class Details:
Class (021)
Household or kitchen utensils and containers; combs and sponges; brushes (except paint brushes); brush-making materials; articles for cleaning purposes; steel-wool; unworked or semi-worked glass (except glass used in building); glassware, porcelain and earthenware not included in other classes.
First Use Anywhere:: 5/6/2013
First Use In Commerce: 5/6/2013
General Information
Word mark: (NO WORD)
Status/Status Date:
ABANDONED - FAILURE TO RESPOND OR LATE RESPONSE
10/3/2014
Serial Number: 86121597
Filing Date: 11/18/2013
Registration Number: NOT AVAILABLE
Registration Date: NOT AVAILABLE
Goods and Services: Basting spoons; Basting spoons, for kitchen use; Battery-operated cookie presses; Beakers, namely, wide-mouthed drinking cups for household use; Beer funnel and tubing sold together as a unit for drinking beer; Bottle openers; Bottle stoppers specially adapted for use with vacuum bottles; Bottle stoppers specially adapted for use with wine bottles; Bowls; Bread boards; Brushes for basting meat; Butter pans; Butter-dish and cheese-dish covers; Cake decorating sets sold as a unit comprised primarily of decorating tubes, couplers and tips; Cake pans; Carving boards; Cheese board and knife set; Cheese covers; Cheese domes; Cheese graters; Chopping boards for kitchen use; citrus squeezers; Cleaning pans for grill cooking grids and cooking grates, namely, grill soakers; Coffee cups; Coffee cups, tea cups and mugs; Coffee filters not of paper being part of non-electric coffee makers; Coffee measures; Coffee mugs; Coffee pots; Coffee pots not of precious metal; Coffee pots of precious metal; Coffee scoops; Coffee servers; Coffee services; Coffee services not of precious metal; Coffee services of precious metal; Coffee stirrers; Cold packs used to keep food and drink cold; Collapsible fabric storage container for domestic use; Containers for household or kitchen use; Containers for household or kitchen use not of precious metal; Containers for household or kitchen use of precious metal; Containers for household use; Containers for ice; Cooking forks; Cooking funnels; Cooking graters; Cooking pans; Cooking pot sets; Cooking pots; Cooking pots and pans; Cooking sieves and sifters; Cooking skewers; Cooking spoons; Cooking steamers; Cooking strainers; Cooking utensil, namely, batter dispenser; Cooking utensils, namely, barbecue branders; Cooking utensils, namely, grill covers; Cooking utensils, namely, grills; Cooking utensils, namely, wire baskets; Cookware for use in microwave ovens; Cookware, namely, pots and pans; Cookware, namely, roasting pans; Cookware, namely, steamers; Coolers for wine; Cooling buckets for wine; Cream and sugar set; Crockery, namely, pots, dishes, drinking cups and saucers, bowls, serving bowls and trays; Cruet sets for oil and vinegar; Cutting boards; Cutting boards for the kitchen; Demitasse sets comprised of cups and saucers; Demitasse sets comprised of cups, saucers and stirring spoons sold as a unit; Dinnerware; Disposable serving spoons; Disposable beverage lid with an integrated press and plunger for placement on any cup for the purpose of infusing beverages; Drinking cups; Drinking cups and saucers; Drinking cups for babies and children and parts and fittings therefor, namely, cups for babies and children sold as a unit with valves and lids; Drinking cups for children and parts and fittings therefor, namely, drinking cups for children sold as a unit with non-insulated lids; Drinking cups for infants and parts and fittings therefor, namely, valves and lids sold as a unit; Drinking cups sold with lids therefor; Drinking flasks; Drinking flasks; Drinking glasses; Drinking glasses, namely, tumblers; Drinking horns; Drinking steins; Drinking straws; Drinking straws of glass; Drinking vessels; Drip mats for tea; Drying boards for washed, starched and then stretched pieces of kimono (hari-ita); Dutch ovens; Finger bowls; Flasks; Foam drink holders; Fondue pots without heat source; Food and beverage cooling and heating receptacles containing heat exchange fluid for household purposes; Food basters; Food preserving jars of glass; Fruit bowls; Fruit bowls of glass; Frying pans; Frying pans; Garlic presses; Gas pressurized beverage siphon containers, namely, cream whippers, cream pitchers and soda water holders and gas cartridges sold empty; Glass bowls; Glass pans; Graters for household purposes; Grill presses; Grills in the nature of cooking utensils; Hand-operated coffee grinders; Hand-operated coffee grinders and pepper mills; Hand-operated food grinders; Hand-operated grinders; Hand-operated spice grinders; Heat-insulated containers for household use; High temperature nylon and polyethylene pan liners that help prevent food from sticking to the pan while storing, warming and cooking food; Hip flasks; Holder for cutting board; Hot pots; Hotdog cooking forks and marshmallow cooking forks; Household containers for foods; Household containers of precious metal; Household utensils, namely, graters; Household utensils, namely, spatulas; Household utensils, namely, strainers; Hydration packs containing a fluid reservoir, delivery tube, and mouthpiece; Insulated containers for beverage cans for domestic use; Insulated containers for food or beverage for domestic use; Insulated flasks; Insulated vacuum flasks; Japanese cast iron kettles, non-electric (tetsubin); Japanese nests of food boxes (jubako); Japanese rice bowls (chawan); Japanese rice bowls not of precious metal (chawan); Japanese rice bowls of precious metal (chawan); Japanese style cooked rice scoops (shamoji); Japanese style soup serving bowls (wan); Japanese style tea-serving pots (kyusu); Japanese style tea-serving pots of precious metal (kyusu); Japanese style wooden pestles (surikogi); Jar openers; Jars for cooking grease sold empty; Kettles; Kitchen containers; Kitchen utensil, namely, non-metal flexible lid designed for draining or pressing liquids from a food can; Knife boards; Lemon squeezers; Lockable non-metal household containers for food; Mess-tins; Metal cooking pans; Mixing bowls; Mixing spoons; Mustard pots; Nine sectioned lacquer ware serving plates (Gujeolpan); Non-electric canners; Non-electric coffee dripper for brewing coffee; Non-electric coffee makers; Non-electric coffee percolators; Non-electric coffee pots; Non-electric coffee pots not of precious metal; Non-electric coffee servers not of precious metal; Non-electric coffee servers of precious metal; Non-electric coffeepots of precious metal; Non-electric deep fryers; Non-electric food blenders; Non-electric food mixers; Non-electric griddles; Non-electric juicers; Non-electric kettles; Non-electric kitchen containers not made of precious metal; Non-electric meat grinders; Non-electric pressure cookers; Non-electric pressure cooking saucepans; Non-electric rotary cheese graters; Non-electrical coffee grinders; Oven to table racks; Pans; Pasta serving forks; Pastry boards; Pepper grinders; Pepper pots; Pepper pots, sugar bowls and salt shakers; Pie pans; Pilsner drinking glasses; Plastic containers in the shape of fruits and vegetables for storing individual fruits and vegetables, and for extending the life of those fruits and vegetables; Plastic containers, namely, cake boxes for household use; Portable cooking kits for outdoor use; Portable ice chests for food and beverages; Portable pots and pans for camping; Pot and pan scrapers; Pot cleaning brushes; Pot lids; Pot stands; Pots; Reusable self-sealing lids for household use for bowls, cups, containers and the storage of food; Rice cooking pots; Rolling pins; Rotary cheese graters; Sake serving bottles (tokkuri); Salad bowls; Salad bowls; Serving bowls (hachi); Serving dishes; Serving forks; Serving ladles; Serving pitchers having a thumb shield to prevent a waiter's thumb from contacting internal contents while pouring; Serving platters; Serving platters not of precious metal; Serving platters of precious metal; Serving spoons; Serving tongs; Serving tray liners; Serving trays; Serving trays made of rattan; Serving trays not of precious metal; Serving trays of precious metal; Serving trays, namely, cabarets; Servingware for serving food; Servingware for serving food and drinks; Shallow bowls; Slotted spoons; Spoon rests; Steamer baskets; Stew-pans; Strainers for household purposes; Sugar bowls; Sugar bowls of precious metal; Swedish pancake pan; Tea balls; Tea balls not of precious metal; Tea balls of precious metal; Tea caddies; Tea canisters; Tea cosies; Tea infusers; Tea infusers not of precious metal; Tea infusers of precious metal; Tea kettles; Tea
Mark Description: The mark consists of red five pointed star.
Type Of Mark: TradeMark
Published For Opposition Date: N/A
Last Applicant/Owner:
Baez,George
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Mark Drawing Code: Drawing/Design (No Words)
Design Search:
A single star with five points (Celestial bodies, Natural phenomena, Geographical maps - Stars, comets) see more design...
Register Type: Principal
Disclaimer: (NOT AVAILABLE)
Correspondent:
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Current Status:
ABANDONED - FAILURE TO RESPOND OR LATE RESPONSE
10/3/2014
Correspondent Search:
BAEZ,GEORGE is a correspondent of the Logo trademark.
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