USPTO issues trademark 'Red Room Of Pain' to Fifty Shades for multiple goods including paper napkins
December 11, 2013
(U.S. Fed News)
– The trademark RED ROOM OF PAIN (Reg. No. 4441876; International Reg. No 1141345) was issued on Dec. 3 by the USPTO.
Owner: Fifty Shades Limited CORPORATION UNITED KINGDOM Russell House, 140 High Street Edgware, Middlesex HA8 7LW UNITED KINGDOM.
The trademark application serial number 79122556 was filed on July 13, 2012 and was registered on Dec. 3.
The description of the mark registered is "Color is not claimed as a feature of the mark."
Goods and Services: Candles; scented candles
Handcuffs; metal shackles, namely, manacles that restrain the arms and legs; metal karabiners
Motion picture films featuring drama and adventure; electronic downloadable publications, namely, books, magazines and newsletters in the field of novels, movies, entertainment and social events, and entertainment personalities; sunglasses; mobile phone accessories, namely, cases for mobile phones; computer application software for mobile phones, namely, software for accessing information in the fields of novels, movies, entertainment and social events, and entertainment personalities; and computer game software for use on mobile phones; decorative and ornamental magnets; magnetic badges
Adult sexual stimulation aids, namely, benwa balls, paddles, vibrators, massage apparatus, artificial penises, artificial vaginas, penis rings, nipple clamps, dildos, dongs, butt plugs, penis sleeves, penis extensions, harnesses and love dolls; condoms
Jewelry; costume jewelry
Paper, cardboard and goods made from these materials, namely, gift wrapping paper, notepaper, paper gift cards, paper gift bags, paper napkins, paper party decorations, paper placemats, paper tablecloths, and Halloween bags made of paper; printed matter, namely, sex manuals; photographs; stationery; calendars; postcards; greeting cards; books featuring fiction, adult sexuality and self-improvement instructions; magazines featuring fiction, adult sexuality and self-improvement instructions; paper and cardboard coasters; bumper stickers
Goods made from leather and imitation leather, namely, pocketbooks, tote bags, backpacks, luggage, cosmetic bags sold empty, key cases and key chains; trunks and traveling bags; handbags, rucksacks, purses, wallets, holdalls; umbrellas; whips
Mirrors; picture frames; pillows and cushions
Household or kitchen containers and utensils in the nature of spatulas, ladles, and salad servers; combs and sponges, namely, bath sponges; mugs; plastic coasters; candlesticks; glassware, namely, drinking glasses, wine glasses, cocktail glasses; porcelain and earthenware mugs and cups, porcelain and earthenware vases; cocktail shakers, stirrers and sticks; crockery, namely, dishes, serving bowls, plates, jugs, trays, dinner sets, sugar bowls, dinner plates, side plates, bowls, cups, saucers, platters; shaving brushes, cosmetic brushes
Textiles and textile goods, namely, bed covers and tablecloths made of textiles; plastic table covers; traveling rugs; lap rugs; duvets; covers for pillows, cushions or duvets; coasters and mats of textile
Clothing, namely, lingerie, men's underwear, women's underwear, boxer shorts, hosiery, tights, stockings, garters, garter belts, loungewear, dressing gowns, robes, nightwear, sleepwear, sleepwear sets comprised of nightwear and dressing gowns, sleep masks, pajamas, sleep shirts, sleep pants, t shirts, tops, hooded sweatshirts, blouses, skirts, dresses, men's dress shirts, jackets, neckwear, ties, bow ties, scarves, pocket squares, bathing costumes, costumes for use in role playing games, and one piece garments for infants and babies; headwear, namely, caps
Games and playthings, namely, stuffed toys, plush toys, playing cards, board games, and role-playing games
Wines; spirits and liqueurs; prepared alcoholic cocktails
Smokers' articles, namely, matches and lighters for smokers
Education services, namely, arranging of conferences, seminars and symposiums in the field of adult sexuality; entertainment services, namely, party planning, conducting parties, conducting parties for the purpose of dating and social introduction for adults, hosting social entertainment events, and arranging and conducting special events for social entertainment purposes; and production of films
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