Nowadays we have people turning out all sorts of counterfeit goods, from Gucci bags to electronics, and many countries have laws against trademark counterfeiting. What was the situation in Europe back in the early-modern era (1600s-1700s)? I am aware of currency counterfeiting during this period, but my question is more about guys turning out counterfeit goods. For example, making cheap quality furniture or jewellery with the forged mark of some master craftsman to pass it off as more valuable. Did any European countries during this era have laws against that? Was it even done much? Could the craftsman whose products were being faked take you to court if you were caught counterfeiting their products?