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All About Trademark Class 14

All About Trademark Class 14

Trademark Class 14 encompasses a diverse range of goods related to precious metals, jewellery, and horological instruments. This class includes items such as jewellery, watches, gemstones, precious metals, and various accessories adorned with precious metals or stones. Businesses operating in Class 14 typically design, manufacture, distribute, or sell these luxury items and seek trademark protection to establish brand recognition and safeguard their unique identifiers in the competitive world of jewellery and horology. Trademark registration in Class 14 is essential for ensuring exclusivity in the use of a particular mark and building trust and prestige among consumers who associate these marks with quality and craftsmanship.

Important goods included in Trademark Class 14

Trademark Class 14 mainly includes precious metals and certain goods made of precious metals or coated therewith, as well as jewellery, clocks & watches, and component parts therefor. The goods included in Trademark Class 14 are as follows:

  • Jewellery, including imitation jewellery, for instance, paste jeweller
  • Cuff links, tie pins, tie clips
  • Keyrings, key chains, and charms therefor
  • Jewellery charms
  • Jewellery boxes
  • Component parts for jewellery, clocks and watches, for instance, clasps and beads for jewellery, movements for clocks and watches, clock hands, watch springs, watch crystals

Goods does not included in Trademark Class 14

  • Smartwatches (included in Class 9)
  • Charms, other than for jewellery, key rings, or key chains (included in Class 26)
  • Objects of art not made of precious metals or coated therewith that are classified according to the material of which they are made, for instance,-
  • Works of art of metal (included in Class 6)
  • Works of stone, concrete or marble (included in Class 19)
  • Works of wood, wax, plaster, or plastic (included in Class 20)
  • Works of porcelain, ceramic, earthenware, terra-cotta or glass (included in Class 21)
  • Certain goods made of precious metals or coated therewith that are classified according to their function or purpose, for example-
  • Metals in foil and powder form for use in painting, decorating, printing and art (included in Class 2)
  • Dental amalgams of gold (included in Class 5)
  • Cutlery (included in Class 8)
  • Electric contacts (included in Class 9)
  • Pen nibs of gold (included in Class 16)
  • Teapots (included in Class 21)
  • Gold and silver embroidery (included in Class 26)
  • Cigar boxes (included in Class 34)

List of popular examples of Trademark Class 14

  • Tanishq: Watches, clocks, timepieces, and other chronometric instruments
  • Reliance Jewels Company: Precious metals, jewellery, and precious stones
  • Kalyan Jeweller: Precious metals and their alloys, jewellery, precious stones
  • Malabar Gold: Gold, platinum, silver, precious stones, and diamonds
  • Joyalukkas: Jewellery, articles of jewellery
  • Ajanta: Watches, clocks, and timepieces
  • Titan: Jewellery, watches, clocks, and timepieces.
  • Sonata: Watches, timepieces, wall clocks
  • Fastrack: Watches, timepieces, wall clocks, and parts thereof
  • Casio: Watches and jewelry
  • Rolex: Watches and clocks of all types
  • TBZ- Tribhovandas Bhimji Zaveri: Jewellery

List of goods classified under Trademark Class 14


  • Agates
  • Alarm Clocks
  • Alloys of precious metal
  • Amulets [Jewellery]
  • Anchors [Clock-and Watchmaking]
  • Atomic Clocks


  • Badges of Precious Metal
  • Barrels [Clock-and Watchmaking]
  • Beads For Making Jewellery/ Beads For Making Jewellery
  • Boxes of Precious Metal
  • Bracelets [Jewellery]
  • Bracelets made of embroidered textile [jewellery]
  • Brooches [Jewellery]
  • Busts of precious metal


  • Cabochons 
  • Chains [Jewellery]
  • Charms for key rings or key chains
  • Chronographs [Watches]
  • Chronometers
  • Chronometric Instruments
  • Chronoscopes
  • Clasps for Jewellery
  • Clock Hands 
  • Clock Cases
  • Clocks
  • Clocks and watches, electric
  • Clockworks
  • Cloisonné Jewellery 
  • Coins
  • Commemorative statuary cups of precious metal
  • Control Clocks [Master Clocks]/Master Clocks
  • Copper Tokens
  • Crucifixes as jewellery
  • Crucifixes of precious metal, other than jewellery
  • Cuff Links


  • Dials [Clock-and Watchmaking]
  • Diamonds


  • Earrings


  • Figurines of Precious Metal/ Statuettes of Precious Metal


  • Gold, unwrought or beaten
  • Gold Thread [Jewellery]


  • Hat Jewellery


  • Ingots of precious metals
  • Iridium
  • Ivory Jewelry


  • Jet, unwrought, or semi-wrought
  • Jewellery Of Yellow Amber/ Jewelry Of Yellow Amber
  • Jewellery/ Jewelry
  • Jewellery boxes/ jewellery boxes
  • Jewellery charms/ charms for jewellery
  • Jewellery hat pins/ jewellery hat pins  
  • Jewellery Findings
  • Jewellery for pets
  • Jewellery Rolls


  • Key Rings/ key chains [split rings with Trinkets or decorative Fobs]


  • Lanyards for keys
  • Lockets [Jewellery]


  • Medals
  • Misbaha [prayer beads]
  • Movements for Clocks and Watches


  • Necklaces [Jewellery, Jewelry (Am.)]


  • Olivine [Gems]/ Peridot
  • Ornamental Pins
  • Ornaments of Jet
  • Osmium


  • Palladium
  • Paste Jewellery/ Paste Jewelry [Costume Jewellery]
  • Pearls Made of Ambroid [Pressed Amber]
  • Pearls [Jewellery/ Jewelry]
  • Pendulums [Clock-and Watchmaking]
  • Pins [Jewellery/ Jewelry]
  • Platinum [Metal]
  • Precious metals, unwrought or semi-wrought
  • Precious Stones
  • Presentation boxes for jewellery
  • Presentation boxes for watches
  • Prize cups of precious metal


  • Retractable key rings/ key chains
  • Rhodium
  • Rings [Jewellery/ Jewelry]
  • Rosaries/ chaplets
  • Ruthenium


  • Semi-precious Stones
  • Sew-on tags of precious metal for clothing
  • Shoe jewellery
  • Silver Thread [Jewellery/ Jewelry]
  • Silver, unwrought, or beaten
  • Spinel [precious stones]
  • Split rings of precious metal for keys
  • Spun Silver [Silver Wire]
  • Statues of precious metal
  • Stopwatches
  • Sundials


  • Threads of Precious Metal [Jewellery/ Jewelry] or Wire of Precious Metal [Jewellery/ Jewelry]
  • Tie Clips
  • Tie Pins


  • Watch Bands/ Straps for Wristwatches/ Watch Straps
  • Watch Chains
  • Watch hands
  • Watch Springs
  • Watch glasses or watch crystals.
  • Watch Cases [parts of watches]
  • Watches
  • Works of Art of Precious Metal
  • Wristwatches


Trademark Class 14 plays a pivotal role in safeguarding the interests of businesses involved in the jewellery, precious metals, and horological industries. It offers essential legal protection, ensuring exclusivity in the use of distinctive marks and contributing to brand recognition and consumer trust.trademark Class 14 is the gateway to establishing a strong presence in the competitive world of luxury goods, where reputation and quality are paramount. Trademark registration in Class 14 not only protects intellectual property but also enhances a company’s credibility, supports market expansion, and holds intrinsic value as a valuable business asset. Ultimately, Class 14 serves as a cornerstone for businesses dedicated to crafting and selling items of beauty, elegance, and enduring value.

At LegalPillers, we navigate the complications of trademark registration and classification effectively, making sure that your brand has been safeguarded within this important trademark class.  

(FAQs) about Trademark Class 14

What is Trademark Class 14?

● Trademark Class 14 relates to goods made of precious metals, jewellery, and horological instruments.

What are some examples of goods in Class 14?

● Examples include rings, watches, necklaces, precious metal coins, gemstones, and cufflinks.

Why is Class 14 important?

● It is crucial for businesses in the jewellery and watches industries to protect their brand identity and quality reputation.

Can I trademark my jewellery brand in Class 14?

● Yes, you can trademark the brand associated with jewellery, precious metals, and related products within Class 14.

Do engagement rings belong to Class 14?

● Yes, engagement rings and wedding bands are common products within this class.

What about costume jewellery or fashion accessories?

● These may fall under Class 14 if they contain precious metals or gemstones, but they could also belong to other classes depending on their primary material and purpose.

Are watches classified under Class 14?

● Yes, watches, including luxury and fashion watches, belong to this class.

Can I trademark my watch brand in Class 14?

● Yes, you can register your watch brand within Class 14 to protect it.

Are gemstones like diamonds and rubies included in Class 14?

● Yes, precious and semi-precious gemstones are part of this class.

Is gold and silver bullion considered Class 14 goods?

● Yes, bullion made of precious metals like gold and silver falls under this class.

Do all trademarks in Class 14 have to be made of precious metals or gemstones?

● No, the class includes items adorned with precious metals or stones, even if they

are not entirely made of them.

Can I trademark my brand for custom-made jewellery in Class 14?

● Yes, custom-made jewellery can be registered within this class.

Can I register a trademark for antique jewellery?

● Yes, if you are actively buying, selling, or trading antique jewellery, you can Register a trademark within Class 14.

How long does a Class 14 trademark registration last?

● Trademark registrations typically last 10 years but can be renewed indefinitely.

Can I use a Class 14 trademark for other non-jewellery products?

● Class 14 is specific to jewellery, precious metals, and horological instruments. For other products, you should consider the appropriate class.

Can I license my Class 14 trademark to others?

● Yes, trademark owners can license their marks to other businesses for a fee, allowing them to use the mark under specific terms and conditions.

What is the difference between a trademark and a patent for jewellery designs?

● A trademark protects your brand identity, while a patent protects a specific design or invention related to jewellery.

Is Class 14 the same worldwide?

● While the classification system is similar globally, it is important to consult with local trademark authorities or attorneys to ensure correct classification in specific countries.

Can I register a trademark for my jewellery brand in multiple classes?

● Yes, if your brand extends beyond jewellery, you can register in multiple classes to cover various products or services.

How can I search for existing trademarks in Class 14?

● You can conduct a trademark search through the official trademark office website or seek assistance from a trademark attorney to ensure your chosen mark is available for registration in Class 14.

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