Linens & Things Cake platter.
Year unknown (2014 or earlier).
Lead (Pb): 9,331 ppm
Did you know it is a common myth that plain white ceramic items are all lead-free? To see more white ceramic pieces I have tested, Click HERE.
What should you do if you have a cake platter like 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.
Should I throw this out if I have it? Click HERE for an answer to that question!
Here’s a few good alternate #SaferChoices on Amazon*:
- Here’s a stainless tray for $11.06 (no stand tho!)
- Here’s a really pretty wood and glass cake stand from Libbey!
- This is a plain glass set that should also be Lead-free (or Lead-safe).
- Here are the some cake doilies too – a simple fix if you have an ornate ceramic heirloom cake pedestal that might be high lead!
As always, please let me know if you have any questions.
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