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#LeadSafe: Vintage “Crown Corning” White Ceramic Plate, Made in Japan

This vintage made in Japan “Crown Corning” brand white ceramic plate tested positive for lead when tested with an XRF instrument at 46 ppm lead. Tested in 2014. Year of manufacture unknown. In 2018 the amount of lead that is considered toxic in a modern/newly manufactured item intended for children is 90 ppm lead (or […]

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#LeadFree: Newer Corning Casserole Dishes

This newer oval Corning Ware casserole tested negative for lead, mercury, cadmium and arsenic. Tested with an XRF instrument in 2014. Would you like to see more test results like this?  Please consider making a small monthly gift in support of my advocacy here: – Thank you for reading, following and sharing! Please ask questions […]

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#LeadSafe: Newer White Square Crate & Barrel Dishes

2012 Crate & Barrel, Square Pattern Dishes, Made In China. Small white plate: 49 +/- 14 ppm lead. Medium white plate:  85 +/- 17 ppm lead. Large white plate: 110 +/- 21 ppm lead. White bowl:  57 +/- 14 ppm lead. Mug: 82 +/- 18 ppm lead. Glass: ND 4 all. Here’s a link to […]

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#Leaded: Linens & Things Cake Platter

Linens & Things Cake platter: 9,331 ppm lead. Year unknown (2014 or earlier). Thanks to Jennifer Dippel for donating and supporting this post! What to do about this? 1) consider getting a new clear glass or stainless steel one as a replacement 2) use those paper doilies between your cake and the plate. Read more […]

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#Leaded: Homer Laughlin White Plate

White plate by Homer Laughlin: 75,032 ppm lead. Pre-2015, exact year unknown. Made in U.S.A. Thanks to Lauren Dorosh for donating and supporting this post! Read more about testing dishes here. To see the #LeadFree dishes I use in my home, click here. For more #SaferChoices for your family, click here. To make a contribution […]

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White Wedgwood Bone China Plate, Made In England

Another reason to skip using grandma’s china this holiday season! Wedgwood China: 98,000 ppm lead … #sigh The amount of lead that is considered unsafe in a modern/ newly manufactured item intended for children is 90 ppm lead. Vintage dishware is not regulated for total lead content. There is no safe level of lead for […]

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#Leaded: Newer Lenox Butler’s Pantry China.

Lenox – Butler’s Pantry China. 1,266 ppm lead when tested with an XRF Instrument. Manufactured circa 2006?  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 […]

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#LeadFree: HF Coors New White Mug

HF Coors New White Mug #LeadFree Tested “non-detect” for lead using an XRF instrument Here are some products from this company on Amazon*. If you are interested in supporting my independent advocacy work and consumer goods testing, please consider making a contribution via the link below. Thank you! Http:// *Some of the links on this page […]

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Target Home “ramekin”, White Ceramic

Target Home ramekin White ceramic Similar to the product on this Amazon Affiliate link: Tested with an XRF 38 +/- 24 ppm lead #LowLead #LeadSafe Safe by all standards – Please consider supporting my independent consumer goods testing by making a contribution here. Thank you!

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Ceramic Cow Creamer; Circa 2010

Ceramic cream cow: 85 ppm lead (purchased at Modcloth). #XRFTesting This item is considered lead-safe by all standards. The current amount of lead that is considered toxic in an item intended for children is anything over 90 ppm lead. Items intended for adults (including dishware) are generally unregulated for total lead content. For More Safer Choices For […]

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