When tested with an XRF instrument this Enoch Wedgwood Tunstall Blue Heritage pattern china, (Made in England) had the following reading:
Positive for lead at 32,500 +/- 700 ppm.
This dish was also “Non-Detect” (negative) for mercury (Hg), cadmium (Cd), and arsenic (As).
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hi tamara. yikes! how about Wilmax, a UK brand, made in China, all white porcelain – have you tested any dishes or mugs or tea kettles? thank you!
I don’t recall that name, sorry!
Nelya B says
Hi Tamara! I have this set. It’s my fave. What a bummer! Do you need any for your museum collection?
This same pattern is also made by Johnson Bros. Ironstone made in england “Blue Nordic”. Can I assume that that would test differently? Was this pattern just commonly adopted?