3D decorative plastic ornaments for attachment to cars, walls, windows, mirrors and other solid surfaces; Acrylic and polycarbonate reels for use in the manufacture of signs; Adjustable beds; Ambroid bars; Baby bouncers; Baby changing mats; Baby changing tables; Bamboo furniture; Bamboo poles; Barrel hoops, not of metal; Bassinets; Bathroom vanities; Bathtub grab bars, not of metal; Beach chairs; Bean bag beds; Beauty salon furniture; Beauty s...
Abandonment Notice! On Monday, June 12, 2017, status on the 1BYHOME trademark changed to ABANDONED - NO STATEMENT OF USE FILED.
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On Monday, June 12, 2017, status on the 1BYHOME trademark changed to ABANDONED - NO STATEMENT OF USE FILED.
On Friday, April 15, 2016, a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for
han xiaoli, shenzhen 518031.
The USPTO has given the 1BYHOME
trademark serial number of 87001810.
The current federal status of this trademark filing is ABANDONED - NO STATEMENT OF USE FILED.
The correspondent listed for 1BYHOME is
HAN XIAOLI of
FUTIAN HUAHUA LU JINGJIDASHA 5LOU 5013C, SHENZHEN, 518031 CHINA
The 1BYHOME trademark is filed in the category of
The description provided to the USPTO for 1BYHOME
is 3D decorative plastic ornaments for attachment to cars, walls, windows, mirrors and other solid surfaces; Acrylic and polycarbonate reels for use in the manufacture of signs; Adjustable beds; Ambroid bars; Baby bouncers; Baby changing mats; Baby changing tables; Bamboo furniture; Bamboo poles; Barrel hoops, not of metal; Bassinets; Bathroom vanities; Bathtub grab bars, not of metal; Beach chairs; Bean bag beds; Beauty salon furniture; Beauty salon furniture, namely, styling stations; Bed frames; Bed headboards; Bed rails; Beds; Bedsprings; Benches; Benches for sports fields; Bins, not of metal; Bolts, not of metal; Book stands; Bookcases; Bottle closures not of metal; Boxes of wood or plastic; Bumper guards for cribs; Cabinet doors for furniture cabinets; Cabinet drawers for furniture cabinets; Cedar panels for use as drawer liners; Clips, not of metal, for cables and pipes; Closet accessories, namely, sliding clothes rails; Clothes hangers; Clothes rods; Coat hangers; Commercial packaging materials, namely, corrugated plastic trays; Commercial packaging materials, namely, thermoformed plastic trays; Computer furniture; Cribs; Curtain rails; Curtain rings; Curtain rods; Deck chairs; Decorative 3D pillows and cushions; Decorative decoys made of plastic; Desks; Diaper changing stations; Director's chairs; Display assemblies composed primarily of fiberglass comprising brackets, clamps, poles, and plastic banners for exterior and interior use and structural parts therefor; Display tables; Displays in the form of a frame or holder for displaying clothing accessories such as hair bows and the like; Dog transport boxes; Door bells, not of metal, non-electric; Door bolts, not of metal; Door closers not of metal, non-electric; Door fasteners, not of metal; Door handles, not of metal; Door knockers, not of metal; Door nameplates, not of metal; Door snakes, namely, stuffed textile tube draft stoppers for doors; Dressing tables; Drop-leaf tables; Ergonomic chairs for use in seated massages; Etagere; Fabric window blinds; Fiber beds; Fitted furniture leg covers for floor protection purposes; Floor pillows; Foot stools; Furniture; Furniture in the nature of sectionals; Furniture of metal; Gun cabinets; Hanging locker shelving made of fabric; Hat boxes for storage made of plastic; High density mobile filing and storage shelving; Holiday ornaments, namely, molded plastic Easter eggs; Identity plates, not of metal; Inflatable figures for use as outdoor holiday decorations; Inflatable furniture; Japanese floor cushions (zabuton); Japanese style arm rests (kyosoku); Japanese style floor seats (zaisu); Japanese style low desks (wazukue); Japanese style low tables (zataku); Key caps, namely, plastic or rubber caps used to cover the tops of keys; Kiosks for vending purposes comprised of furniture; Kitchen furniture, namely, ready to assemble mobile kitchen islands; Knife handles, not of metal; Laminated vinyl to be affixed to the surface of furniture; Letter boxes, not of metal or masonry; Lockers; Magazine racks; Mannequins; Mats, removable, for sinks; Mattress cushions; Mattresses; Mobile boarding stairs, not of metal, for passengers; Mosaic tables; Nesting boxes for household pets; Nightstands; Non-metal fixtures comprising hooks, support arms, and shelving for hanging general household goods; Non-metal profiles for arranging devices on and in walls, ceilings and other surfaces; Non-metal safety gates for babies, children, and pets; Non-metal step stools; Non-metal taps for beer kegs; Non-metallic sealing caps; Nonmetal cups fitted with D-rings for placement on motorcycle grips to facilitate attachment of tie-downs during transport of the motorcycle; Novelty goods in the nature of a placebo spray used to identify undesirable personal behavior; Novelty pillows; Office chairs; Office desks; Office furniture; Office seats; Office tables; Ottomans; Outdoor holiday decorations made of clear or translucent PVC or polypropylene die cut forms having holiday themed shapes and icons; Packaging materials, namely, rigid plastic trays; Pedestals; Pet crates; Picture frame moldings; Pillow-like device comprising plastic core, fabric, and cushion material to be worn on arm or leg while sleeping or at rest; Pillows; Plant racks; Plastic bar code labels; Plastic boxes; Plastic containers for commercial use, namely, for storing and dispensing bulk foods; Plastic decorative mounting hardware used in the assembling and securing of Christmas decorations, namely, hooks, stakes, supports and tree clips; Plastic door hangers for indicating the room occupant's activity; Plastic ducts and couplings for organizing and holding fiber optic and similar cable and wiring; Plastic frame to support and accommodate use of plastic garbage bags; Plastic hang tags; Plastic key chains; Plastic key rings; Plastic landscape edging; Plastic mailing tubes; Plastic molded support base for the transportation or setting outdoors of metal propane gas cylinder tanks; Plastic storage drums; Plastic tire skates, namely, plastic wedges inserted under vehicle tires in order to move the vehicle smoothly; Plate racks; Playpens; Plush figures for use as outdoor holiday decorations; Poles, not of metal; Polymer clay figurines; Printed vinyl signs; Residential and commercial wrought iron furniture; Rods for beds; Screen-printed plastic letters; Screens of reed or substitutes for reed; Sea shells; Shoe cabinets; Shower curtain rings; Shower seats; Showshelves; Sink mats; Slanted shelves; Sleeping bags; Sleeping mats; Sofa beds; Spirit-filled energy pillows; Spirit-filled massage table covers; Spring mattresses; Storage racks for firewood; Tea carts; Tea tables; Three-dimensional holiday ornaments made from fabric; Three-dimensional shadowbox wall art composed primarily of seashells; Tie racks; Tool boxes, not of metal, empty; Towel stands; Toy boxes and chests; Toy chests; Umbrella stands; Wall fixtures, namely, plastic three-dimensional designs to be attached to the walls of bathrooms; Wall frame for the display of media storage containers; Wall plaques made of plastic or wood; Water beds not for medical purposes; Waterbeds; Window shades; Wood boxes; Wood crates; Wood products, namely, composite panels, particleboard and fiberboard for use in further manufacturing; Wooden beds; Wooden boxes with a locked storage area for personal items; Wooden display stands; Wooden holders for signboards; Wooden signboards; Work surfaces.