A comprehensive guide to Class 14 of the Trademark Filing Classification. Trademarks must be applied or registered under classes and each class represents a distinct class of goods or services. In this post, we comprehensively cover the goods which fall under Class 14 of trademark classification.
Trademark Class 14: Jewellery, Precious Metals and Stones
Trademark Class 14 pertains to precious metals and their alloys and goods in precious metals or coated therewith, not included in other classes; jewellery, precious stones; horological and chronometric instruments.
The following goods are also classified under Class 14:
Jewellery (i.e., imitation jewellery and jewellery of precious metal and stones);
Cuff links, tie pins.
Therefore, Trademark Class 14 includes mainly precious metals, goods in precious metals not included in other classes and, in general jewellery, clocks and watches.
The following goods must NOT be classified under Class 14:
Goods in precious metals classified according to their function or purpose, for example, metals in foil and powder form for painters, decorators, printers and artists;
Amalgam of gold for dentists;
Pen nibs of gold;
Gold and silver embroidery
Comprehensive list of goods classified under Trademark Class 14
alloys of precious metal
amulets [jewellery, jewelry (Am.)]
anchors [clock- and watchmaking]
badges of precious metal
barrels [clock- and watchmaking]
beads for making jewelry / beads for making jewellery