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About Us

Master of Art International is a registered trademark owned by Margarita Feaks Gallery,  established since September 2010 and founded by Margarita Feaks as the sole owner.  Margarita Feaks Gallery  is a registered company in England and Wales Number 2653740609.   

Master of Art comes from the  root word "Masterpiece", the most outstanding piece of work,  a fine example of excellence and greatest achievement in art. Master of Art International trademark is a name immediately riles up emotions, by subconsciously triggered the best, plus it gives you a clear, familiar and professional  word combinations of the goods and services provided. It is easy to  hear, pronounce and spell which describe a reliable approach to branding. 

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Intangible Asset
An intangible asset is an asset that is not physical in nature. They are generally long-term and derive their value from business’ intellectual or legal rights. Intangible assets cannot be destroyed by fire, hurricane, or other accidents or disasters and can help build back destroyed tangible assets. Goodwill, Database, Domain and Intellectual Property, such as trademarks, are all intangible assets.

Assumed value of the attractive force that generates sales revenue in a business, and adds value to its assets. It is built painstakingly over the years generally with (1) heavy and continuous expenditure in promotion, (2) creation and maintenance of durable customer and supplier relationships, (3) high quality of goods and services, and (4) high quality and conduct of management and employees.

Our Classification:

Class 16 : Books, paper, cardboard and goods made from these  materials, not included in other classes; printed matter; bookbinding material; photographs; stationery; adhesives for stationery or household purposes; artists' materials; paint brushes; typewriters and office requisites (except furniture); instructional and teaching material (except  apparatus); plastic  materials for packaging (not included in other classes); printer's type; printing blocks. Also in this class are disposable nappies of paper for babies; printed publications.

Class 35: Advertising and administration, business consultancy, marketing, online  retail and recruitment.   Also in this class are the organisation, operation and supervision of loyalty and incentive  schemes; advertising services provided via the internet; production  of television and radio advertisement; accountancy; auctioneering; trade fairs; opinion polling; data processing; provision of business information; certain specific services provided by  retailers. Product demonstrations and product display services.   

Class 41: Education and entertainment services, shows, sporting events and cultural activities. Also in this class are electronic games services provided by means  of the internet, the provision of on-line electronic publications and digital music  (not downloadable) from  the internet. 

What is Trademark
A trademark, trade mark, or trade-mark is a recognizable sign, design, or expression which identifies products or services  of a particular source from those of others, although trademarks used to identify services are usually called service marks.  

In the world of business, a trade mark is the most important asset, it act as proof of ownership and entitlement, grants a statutory monopoly and give security of mind. Developing and protecting trademark is not a mere "cost of doing business", but rather an investment in customer goodwill, leading to greater customer satisfaction and higher sales. Margarita Feaks Gallery sell all rights, title, logo and interest (including, but not limited to, all registration rights with respect to the Trademarks, all goodwill, trade secrets and all other rights), in and to the Trademark.​

Usage of Trademark:
A trademark may be designated by following symbols:

™ (the " trademark symbol", which is the letters "TM", for an unregistered trademark, a mark used to promote or brand goods).
 ® (the letter "R" surrounded  by a circle, for a registered trade mark).  

Fundamental Trademark Concepts
The essential function of a trademark is to exclusively identify the commercial source or origin of products or services,  so a trademark , properly called, indicates  source or serves as a badge of origin. In other words, trademarks serve to identify a particular business as  the source of goods or services. The use of a trademark in this way is known as  trademark use. Certain exclusive rights  attach to a registered mark. 

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). The idea behind this system is  to specify and limit the extension of  intellectual property right  by determining which goods and services are covered by the mark, and to unify classification  systems around the world. 

The importance of a brand
In the world of business, a trademark is arguably the most important asset, it can grow  value the more you use it and the more it becomes well known.


  • Have your brand officially listed as a registered trademark
  • Helps to build recognition for your company and brand in the market place. 
  • Long term registration of your brand giving official recognition.
  • The right to use the ® symbol with your trademark, showing its registration and  protection.
  • Peace of mind that your trademark has been registered and  is legally  protected.
  • It will appear in search results as a registered trademark in countries that the mark is registered in, deterring others from using your brand

Advantage of registered trademark:

  • Registration acts as proof of ownership and entitlement to the trademark.
  • Unlike patents and designs, trademarks remain registered as long as the renewal  fees are paid every 10 years.
  • Registered brands can add value, be transferred, or the rights to use the mark can  be licensed for financial gain. 
  • Registration grants a statutory monopoly on the mark.
  • Registration gives "security of mind" to the owners of the registered mark.

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