Trademark Classification

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Class 1
Chemicals used in industry

Class 2
Paints, Coatings & Pigments

Class 3
Cleaning Products, Bleaching & Abrasives, Cosmetics

Class 4
Fuels, Industrial Oils and Greases, Illuminates

Class 5
Pharmaceutical, Veterinary Products, Dietetic

Class 6
Metals, metal castings, Locks, Safes, Hardware

Class 7
Machines and Machine Tools, Parts

Class 8
Hand Tools and implements, Cutlery

Class 9
Computers, Software, Electronic instruments, & scientific appliances

Class 10
Metals, metal castings, Locks, Safes, Hardware

Class 11
Appliances, Lighting, Heating, Sanitary Installations

Class 12

Class 13
Firearms, Explosives and Projectiles

Class 14
Precious Metal ware, Jewelry

Class 15
Musical Instruments and supplies

Class 16
Paper, Items made of Paper, Stationery items

Class 17
Rubber, Asbestos, Plastic Items

Class 18
Leather and Substitute Goods

Class 19
Construction Materials (building – non-metallic)

Class 20
Furniture, Mirrors

Class 21
Crockery, Containers, Utensils, Brushes, Cleaning Implements

Class 22
Cordage, Ropes, Nets, Awnings, Sacks, Padding

Class 23
Yarns, Threads

Class 24
Fabrics, Blankets, Covers, Textile

Class 25
Clothing, Footwear and Headgear

Class 26
Sewing Notions, Fancy Goods, Lace and Embroidery

Class 27
Carpets, Linoleum, Wall and Floor Coverings (non textile)

Other Trademark

Trademark law defines 45 classes under which the service & goods of a business fall. A person before applying for a trademark has to search under which class the goods/service of the business falls.

Different goods and services have been classified by the International (Nice) Classification of Goods and Services into 45 Trademark Classes (1 to 34 cover goods, and 35 to 45 services). This classification is used by Indian Trademark Registry to classify the trademarks.

Why Trademark Classes?

The idea behind this system is to specify which goods or services are covered under particular class.

For example, if a company is selling laptops under the brand name of ‘Rell’, then the company can file Trademark application to register the mark “Rell” under TM class 9 only which is a relevant class to register products related to electronic goods.

It means that if another company use this mark but for some other products, say for example, pressure cooker, then that company is allowed to use the mark “Rell” because pressure cooker falls under different TM Class 21.

But there is an exception if the mark is well-known marks such as Pizza Hut. Although this mark come under only one class, which is Class 43, yet another company if wish to use the mark Pizza Hut then that company has to take prior permission of Pizza Hut mark’s owner.

Goods and Services

Further, the classification is divided into two parts broadly as goods and services, which are defined below:

Goods are products, like Laptop and pen.

Services are activities performed for the benefit of someone else, such as advertising services or Insurance.

There are 34 classes of goods and 11 classes for services. Goods come under classes commencing from 1 to 34 and Services come under class commencing 35 to 45. We provide you below the links to all 45 classes with the detailed descriptions of all the goods and services covered in these classes. This facility can be availed by the applicants to choose the right kind of class for their goods and services.

There might be times when your trademark falls under more than one type of goods, then you can file the application under more than one class.

Multi-class trademark application

Multiple-class application is an application for trademark registration in which the applicant seeks registration for more than one class.

A multi-class trademark application streamlines the registration process in a cost effective manner, moreover, It is easier to keep track of a single application than multiple applications.

But you have to be very cautious before filing a multi-class application. It is suggested that if you are cent percent sure that the proposed mark is unique and distinct, otherwise you application can be rejected altogether.

Frequently Asked Questions


A Trademark search is the first step in the Trademark registration procedure. A search is to be conducted in order to determine the uniqueness of the mark, and its similarity to other, pre- existing marks. It is very much advisable to conduct a Trademark search before registering or using a Trademark. Without a search, there are chances for being sued for Trademark infringement, the rejection of the Trademark application, and a third-party challenging the Trademark application.


Trademark registry publish Trademark the mark in Trademark Journal.


No, Trademarks have to be registered in individual countries, depending on the legislation.


Basic Documents include following:

  1. Trademark Application.
  2. specifications of goods or service for which application is made.
  3. Representation of mark in prescribed size and format.