Archive | Leaded Ceramic

2007 Peter Rabbit Wedgwood China Baby Cup

#Leaded: c. 2007 Beatrix Potter Wedgwood China Peter Rabbit Baby Cup

This little Beatrix Potter Peter Rabbit Wedgwood China baby cup was tested with an XRF in 2012, and was purchased new c. 2007. As with most of these Beatrix Potter cups produced by Wedgwood before the new/modern product safety regulations became enforceable, this one was predictably positive for a very high level of lead, even […]

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Ceramic Decorative Christmas Stocking Tamara Rubin Lead Safe Mama 1

#Leaded: Glazed Ceramic Christmas Stocking Desk Decoration, by TriCoastalDesign.com

Ceramic stocking (desk top decoration) by TriCoastalDesign.com: Lead: 33,200 +/- 1,300 ppm Cadmium: 3,258 +/- 249 ppm* When I test an item like this and find a high lead level on one color, I don’t bother testing each of the additional colors… because “that’s enough!”  I am also pissed off, because this is yet another […]

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#Leaded: Bathroom Floor Tiles c. 1979

13,000 ppm lead – 1979 tile! [Original tile floors in a 1979 house.] The amount of lead that is considered unsafe (and illegal) in a modern/newly manufactured item intended for children, is anything 90 ppm lead and higher. Floor tiles – while likely used and interacted with by children every day (especially crawling babies!) – […]

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#Leaded: 2014 Kitchen Counter Tile

Newly installed kitchen counter tile: 368,400 ppm lead. Tested in 2014. Portland, Oregon. Tile is not regulated for total lead content (as detectable with an XRF.) This is kitchen tile, that your food sits on every.single.day.  My solution is to always use cutting boards and never put utensils or food directly on tiled kitchen counters. […]

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#Leaded: Modern (2015) Floor Tiles

New (2015) 12 inch floor tile: 2,429 ppm lead & 1481 ppm arsenic. *** Even in 2017 floor tiles are not regulated*** The amount of lead that is considered unsafe (and illegal) in an item intended for children, is anything 90 ppm lead and higher. Floor tiles – while likely used and interacted with by children every […]

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Starbucks Coffee City Mug Collector Series

#Leaded: 2000 Starbucks Coffee “City Mug” Collector Series

Starbucks 2000 Mug. Made in Thailand. “City Mug” 3,157 ppm lead & 496 ppm Arsenic. Thanks to Zuzana Surova for donating and supporting my advocacy! For #SaferChoices for your family, click here. If you would like to support my advocacy work (and this website) please consider making a contribution via GoFundMe or PayPal. Thank you!  

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Ceramic Pumpkin Mug

Pumpkin Mug, Made In China: 17,400 ppm lead & 381 ppm cadmium! “Double Nice Co., LTD.” Many seasonal mugs are sold as novelty items and not only are novelty items not regulated for toxicity (in many instances the manufacturers actually claim they are not intended for children, even though they are obviously styled to be marketed […]

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Lenox American Home Collection Winter Greetings Dish

Lenox dish. 61,513 ppm lead when tested with an XRF instrument. 9,214 ppm arsenic! The amount of lead that is considered unsafe in an item intended for use by children is anything 90 parts per million (ppm) or more.  Dishware is not regulated and dishware manufacturers claim that their product is not made for use by children, […]

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#Leaded: Lenox Dimension Collection Eternal China

Link to this post on Facebook so you can share it! Lenox Dimension Collection Eternal China Plate. The glaze tested positive with an XRF for 349,000 ppm lead. That’s 34.9% lead. Made in USA. I was told this was approximately 20+ years old when tested in 2014, so this is from c. 1994. This pattern is […]

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