Dinnerware, china dinnerware, crystal dinnerware, beverageware, and stemware; beverage glassware and drinking glasses; mugs, cups, goblets, bottles and glass storage jars sold empty, bottle squeegees, vacuum bottles and barware, namely, seltzer bottles; dewar bottles and vessels; drinking vessels and heat-insulated vessels; bottle stands; wine bottle cradles; insulating jars and cookie jars; non-metal jars for jams and jellies made of earthenw...
This is a brand page for the the Logo trademark by Il Fiorista, LLC
in New York, NY, 10036.
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On Wednesday, February 20, 2019,
a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for
the above pictured logo.
The USPTO has given the
trademark serial number of 88308789.
The current federal status of this trademark filing is NOTICE OF ALLOWANCE - ISSUED.
The correspondent listed for is
Teresa Lee of
PRYOR CASHMAN LLP, 7 TIMES SQUARE, NEW YORK, NY 10036
The trademark is filed in the category of
Houseware and Glass Products
The description provided to the USPTO for
is Dinnerware, china dinnerware, crystal dinnerware, beverageware, and stemware; beverage glassware and drinking glasses; mugs, cups, goblets, bottles and glass storage jars sold empty, bottle squeegees, vacuum bottles and barware, namely, seltzer bottles; dewar bottles and vessels; drinking vessels and heat-insulated vessels; bottle stands; wine bottle cradles; insulating jars and cookie jars; non-metal jars for jams and jellies made of earthenware, glass, porcelain and plastic; beer jugs; drinking steins; flasks; coasters, not made of paper or textile, and not being table linen, leather coasters and plastic coasters; barware, namely, glass beverageware in the nature of high ball glasses, shot glasses, cocktail shakers, cork screws, cork holders, bottle openers, tumblers for use as drinking glasses, wine goblets, carafes, decanters, non-electric portable coolers for beverages, namely, wine; stands specifically adapted for use with coolers for wine, pitchers, buckets and beverage stirrers; insulating sleeve holders for beverage cans; foam drink holders; bread boxes; household containers for foods; containers for household or kitchen use not made of precious metal; all-purpose portable household containers; non-electric kitchen containers not made of precious metal; portable plastic containers for storing household and kitchen goods; canteens; non-electric portable coolers, non-electric portable beverage coolers and portable beverage dispensers; portable ice chests for food and beverages; thermal insulated containers for food and beverages; thermal insulated tote bags for food and beverages; thermal insulated wrap for cans to keep the contents cold or hot; serviette holders; serviette rings not of precious metal; lunch boxes and pails; Tea kettles, cooking and kitchen utensils, namely, cutting boards, wire baskets, steamer baskets, kitchen and serving ladles, pots, metal and glass pans, pie pans, baking dishes, crumb brushes, brushes for basting meat and dishwashing brushes, dish drying racks, oven to table racks, spice racks, poultry rings, recipe boxes, cruets not of precious metal, and cruet stands for oil or vinegar not of precious metal; non-electric coffee servers, tea services, tea infusers, tea balls, tea pots, and non-electric kitchen containers, all of the foregoing not of precious metal; bowls, plates, dishes and dish covers; saucers; serving platters; serving trays not of precious metal; trivets; salt and pepper shakers; toothpicks and toothpick holders; canister sets; napkin holders; napkin rings not of precious metals; table placard holders not of precious metal; recipe boxes and sandwich boxes; baskets made of straw, cloth, wicker and wood, all for household use; fitted picnic baskets; bowls, baskets for household use; plates; coffee services in the nature of tableware, tea services of precious metal; cruets of precious metal; cruet stands for oil or vinegar of precious metal.
Intent to Use Trademark - Applicant has not submitted proof of use in commerce the the USPTO.
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: : Not provided
First Use In Commerce: Not provided
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