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Class Information
Number: D7/639
Name: Equipment for preparing or serving food or drink not elsewhere specified > Holder or storage receptacle > Of processing, preparing or handling implement, or of place setting utensil > Simulative
Description: Design with an ornamental appearance of another article as surface ornamentation or in three-dimensional representation.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
D677993 Item holder Mar. 19, 2013
D652268 Utensil holder Jan. 17, 2012
D617613 Knife holder Jun. 15, 2010
D605472 Knife holder Dec. 8, 2009
D599171 Knife block Sep. 1, 2009
D583195 Heart-shaped knife stand Dec. 23, 2008
D418025 Table utensil "salami" with holder for the same Dec. 28, 1999
D416176 Tableware container Nov. 9, 1999
D377586 Buoy utensil holder Jan. 28, 1997
D292861 Knife rest or similar article Nov. 24, 1987
D286125 Rack for crab utensils Oct. 14, 1986
D282086 Simulative rattle Jan. 7, 1986
D260068 Kitchen utensil holder Aug. 4, 1981
D243992 Knife caddy Apr. 12, 1977

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