Bunnykins Baby Set (c. 1970s): 73,800 ppm Lead [Over 90 ppm is unsafe for kids.]

Bunnykins Baby Set (c. 1970s): 73,800 ppm Lead

Bunnykins vintage (1970s?) ceramic dish set.
Tested positive with an XRF for 73,800 parts per million lead.

Learn more about XRF instruments and XRF testing here and here.

If this were sold today (with this level of lead) it would be considered highly illegal because it is a dishware set sold specifically to be used by young children and it is positive for more than 90 ppm Lead in the glaze or coating.

As always, please let me know if you have any questions.

Thank you for reading and for sharing my posts!

Tamara Rubin
#LeadSafeMama

Bunnykins Baby Set (c. 1970s): 73,800 ppm Lead

2 Responses to Bunnykins Baby Set (c. 1970s): 73,800 ppm Lead [Over 90 ppm is unsafe for kids.]

  1. Melanie January 27, 2019 at 3:05 pm #

    I have these and my little one has been using them! Thank you so much for your post and your work. Going to replace this right away.

  2. Nell March 13, 2019 at 5:53 pm #

    We have this set, purchased in England when we were living there in the late ’70s. Thankfully, I only used it once to feed our son. Whenever I have looked at it, I would wish I had used it more, but now I am very grateful that I didn’t. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.

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