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JJK Industries, L.P. Patents
Assignee:
JJK Industries, L.P.
Address:
Austin, TX
No. of patents:
7
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
D463751 Body jewelry October 1, 2002
D456732 Body jewelry with barbell stud May 7, 2002
D455096 Body jewelry--turbo April 2, 2002
D450614 Body jewelry with elastomeric band November 20, 2001
D447715 Body jewelry September 11, 2001
6490885 Energized body jewelry and accessories December 10, 2002
Energized body jewelry including alternative embodiments designed to be worn by persons who have piercings in their bodies, as well as for those who do not have piercings. In one embodiment, the jewelry may be worn by a person with a piercing by attaching the jewelry with a barbell style
6382815 Energized body jewelry May 7, 2002
Energized body jewelry including alternative embodiments designed to be worn by persons who have piercings in their bodies, as well as for those who do not have piercings. In one embodiment, the jewelry may be worn by a person with a piercing by attaching the jewelry with a barbell style

 
 
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