Newer Lenox china. Same pattern as one from earlier post, but this piece is made in last 10 years or so (c. 2006) and has the words “dishwasher safe” on the bottom with the logo. This was positive for just 70 ppm lead when tested with an XRF. This is considered safe by all standards (European and American).
This is also a terrific example of how the lead is absolutely not required for the product.
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This is good news!
Is this the white or the ivory from Eternal Collection?
Thank you Tamara!
I really appreciate the detail you offered about “dishwasher safe” possibly meaning a newer and safer version of Lenox china. 🙂
Is the butterfly meadow collection lead free or in the acceptable range?
Do you have any information about 1960’s Eternal?