Archive | Leaded Pyrex

#Leaded: Vintage Turquoise Butterprint Pyrex Dish

Vintage Pyrex Turquoise Butterprint Dish: 30,600 ppm lead. c. 1957-1968. The amount of lead that is considered unsafe for a modern / newly manufactured item intended for children is 90 parts per million (ppm) and higher. Vintage dishware is not regulated at all for total lead content. Thanks to Michael Tiffany for donating and supporting […]

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Vintage Green Pyrex Casserole

Vintage Pyrex Casserole: 110,000 ppm lead in the white flowers. Vintage dishes and cookware are not regulated for toxicity at all. It just takes a microscopic amount of lead to poison a child. The amount of lead that is considered toxic for children in a new / modern item created and sold as intended to […]

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Leaded Pyrex: Black & White Bowl

Small vintage Pyrex bowl- white glass with black leaves and acorns(?) pattern. Black pattern: 35,500 parts per million (ppm) lead. White glass: 183 ppm lead. #XRFTesting • #LeadedPyrex Please share and browse the photo library (click on the #XRFTesting link above) of this site to see items I have personally tested that have tested both […]

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Leaded Pyrex: Teacup

Made in USA: Pyrex; cup & saucer – 79,800 ppm lead & 1,962 ppm cadmium #XRFTesting • #LeadedPyrex Please share and browse the photo library (click on the #XRFTesting link above) of this site to see items I have personally tested that have tested both positive and negative for lead. To learn more about XRF […]

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Leaded Pyrex: Vintage Green Bowl

Vintage Olive Green Pyrex Bowl: 36,599 ppm lead 12,910 Arsenic 615 ppm cadmium —- The current toxicity level for lead in items intended for children is 90 ppm lead. Antiques and dishware are not regulated for total lead content (as detectable with an XRF.) #XRFTesting • #LeadedPyrex Please share and browse the photo library (click […]

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