Victoria’s Garden Toy China Tea Set: 20,600 ppm lead. [Lemon included to show size!] The amount of lead that is considered toxic in the paint or coating of a modern item manufactured and intended for use by children is anything 90 ppm lead or higher. Tested with an XRF instrument. You can see more antique/vintage […]
Miniature Vintage Ceramic Tea Set. Made in Taiwan. Platter: 66 +/- 20 ppm lead. Coffee Pot: 777 +/- 53 ppm lead & 18 +/- 8 ppm cadmium. Tiny creamer: 14,200 +/- 500 ppm lead & 42 +/- 11 ppm cadmium. Tiny teacup: 3,280 +/- 124 ppm lead. Tested with an XRF instrument. All components tested. […]
Mug with “silver” border (where your lips would go!) It turns out the “silver” is achieved by using leaded glaze! Inside of cup is 845 ppm lead, “silver” border is 104,700 ppm lead. Tested with an XRF instrument in 2014. The amount of lead that is considered toxic in an item intended for children is […]
In response to these posts (tea kettles that have tested positive for things like lead and cadmium) I wanted to share the following! Tea Kettles: A kettle is something you probably use every day for boiling water. We do in our house. As a result it totally makes sense to invest in one that is […]
Le Creuset teapot: 11,900 ppm cadmium on the outside & 103 ppm lead on the inside. Click here to read about #CadmiumConcerns Tested with an XRF —- #XRFTesting #LeadedDishes • #LeadSafeDishes For more safer choices in dishware options, click here.
Le Creuset – tea kettle … 9,163 ppm cadmium (no lead) Click here to read about #CadmiumConcerns Tested with an XRF —- #XRFTesting #LeadedDishes • #LeadSafeDishes For more safer choices in dishware options, click here.