White Pottery Barn Plate; hand crafted in Portugal.
When tested with an XRF instrument this plate came in as high as 363 ppm Lead.
There is a myth out there in the lead poisoning prevention community that WHITE ceramics are less likely to have lead. This is just not true.
I have tested hundreds of white ceramic pieces over the years and they have had varying degrees of lead. Click here to see more examples of white ceramics and their various lead levels.
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