#Leaded: White Wedgwood Bone China Plate

Another reason to skip using grandma’s china this holiday season!
Wedgwood China: 98,000 ppm lead … #sigh
Made in England.

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 children to be exposed to.  It just takes a microscopic amount of lead to poison a child.

Here are some good lead-free choice on Amazon:*

Set of 12 lead-free salad plates $22.89
Set of 12 lead-free dinner plates $48.99
18-piece lead-free set (service for six) $34.48
Beautiful embossed lead-free serving bowl – $17.95

This set is my favorite! (Just skip the mugs, I haven’t tested those yet.)

To see the #LeadFree dishes I use in my home, click here.

For more #SaferChoices for your family, click here.

To make a contribution in support of my independent consumer goods testing and lead poisoning prevention advocacy work, click here.  Thank you!

*Amazon links are affiliate links. If you choose to make a purchase after clicking one of these links I will receive a small percentage of what you spend, at no extra cost to you! Thank you!

3 Responses to #Leaded: White Wedgwood Bone China Plate

  1. Carol January 12, 2018 at 9:48 am #

    Sad, this is the china I inherited from my mom. Guess it will just look pretty in the cabinet!

  2. Irene January 12, 2018 at 7:13 pm #

    How about new Wedgwood China sold today?

    • Tamara January 14, 2018 at 12:34 pm #

      The new Wedgwood baby items I have tested have been lead-free (the dishes.)

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