Household or kitchen utensils and containers (not of precious metal or coated therewith); bottle openers; bottles; brushes for footwear; cooking pots; cooking utensils; corkscrews; drinking flasks; drinking vessels; insulating flasks; mess-tins; mugs; pans; saucepans; washbags; glassware; porcelain; earthenware; ceramic crockery; domestic utensils and containers; ovenware; ornamental articles; models; figurines; plant containers; vases; chinaware; pottery; porcelain and earthenware; giftware; combs and sponges; brushes (except paint brushes); brush-making materials; articles for cleaning purposes; steel wool; unworked or semi-work glass (except glass used in building); pegs; pins; glassware, porcelain and earthenware; tableware, not of precious metal, table tumblers, dishes, salad bowls, cake moulds, decanters, vases (not of precious metal), candleholders, spice jars, flower pot covers of terra cotta, porcelain or glass; figurines (statuettes) of porcelain, terra-cotta or glass; pegs and pins pegs for hanging clothes on drying lines; coffee and tea services not of precious metal; coffee percolators, non electric; works of art of glass; porcelain, namely household or kitchen articles of porcelain; works of art of porcelain; earthenware, namely household or kitchen articles of earthenware; works of art of earthenware; flower pots; ice buckets; corkscrews; toilet sets; chopsticks (kitchen utensils); skimmers and spatulas; all articles included in Class 21 made of ceramic materials, earthenware and glassware.
Clothing; headgear; footwear.
Goods of precious metal or coated therewith; jewellery; keyrings; watches; clocks; horological and chronometric instruments and their parts and accessories, watch straps, watch bands, cases for watches, movements for clocks and watches and their parts and accessories, pendulum clocks, watch springs, watch glasses, buckles of precious metal, clockworks, charms (jewellery), watch chains, clock cases, watch cases, cases for clock- and watch-making, watches, wristwatches, chronographs (watches), chronometers, control clocks (master clocks), clocks, atomic clocks, electric clocks and watches, stopwatches, electronic clocks, mechanical clocks, automatic clocks, quartz clocks, electrical alarm clocks, electronic alarm clocks, mechanical alarm clocks, quartz alarm clocks of all kinds and all of their parts and accessories (included in this class), wall clocks, chronoscopes; in particular clock hands (clock- and watch-making), pendulums (clock- and watch-making), barrels (clock- and watch-making), dials (clock- and watch-making), precious metals and their alloys and goods in precious metals or coated therewith, not included in other classes; precious stones; jewellery; all included in Class 14.
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