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Class Information
Number: D7/685
Name: Equipment for preparing or serving food or drink not elsewhere specified > Processing, preparing or handling > Hand operated > Clamping or piercing food holder > Simulative > Clamping
Description: Design that includes a provision for bracing or gripping food.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
D660101 Football tongs May. 22, 2012
D555437 Food serving utensil Nov. 20, 2007
D550046 Food serving utensil Sep. 4, 2007
D550047 Food serving utensil Sep. 4, 2007
D549529 Food serving utensil Aug. 28, 2007
D525491 Wedge head and golf handle tongs Jul. 25, 2006
D429112 Lobster cracker handle with fish cutouts Aug. 8, 2000
D411085 Tongs/spatula combination Jun. 15, 1999
D359583 Tweezers Jun. 20, 1995
D338139 Bunny tongs Aug. 10, 1993
D282434 Strawberry huller Feb. 4, 1986











 
 
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