Corning Visionware: Another Example – XRF Test Results For A Small Saucepan (Made in France)

Corning Visionware: Another Example - Small Saucepan (Made in France)

Following up on my earlier post, here is another example of XRF test results for a Corning Visions piece. [Year of manufacture unknown.]

This piece is a small saucepan and differs from the piece I posted earlier in that it is “Made in France.” It also has the 3-D diamond/pyramid shaped pattern on the bottom of the pan. These ridges can be felt on the inside surface of the pan. The bottom surface of the pan is flat.

This piece purchased at a Portland, Oregon Goodwill store in the summer of 2018 for $2.99.

Corning Visionware: Another Example - Small Saucepan (Made in France)

The markings on  this piece (on the handle) are:

  • VISION
  • CORNING
  • FRANCE

Corning Visionware: Another Example - Small Saucepan (Made in France)

And on the back of the handle (the underside) in backwards print (so they can be read correctly when viewing them through the clear amber glass of the handle):

  • A B

To learn more about XRF testing, click here.

Corning Visionware: Another Example - Small Saucepan (Made in France)

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Here are the XRF readings for the specific piece pictured here:

  • Lead (Pb): Non-Detect*
  • Cadmium (Cd): Non-Detect
  • Arsenic (As): Non-Detect
  • Mercury (Hg): Non-Detect
  • Barium (Ba): 4,289 +/- 241 ppm
  • Bromine (Br): 231 +/- 21 ppm
  • Zinc (Zn): 10,500 +/- 400 ppm
  • Copper (Cu): 170 +/- 60 ppm
  • Iron (Fe): 834 +/- 219 ppm
  • Vanadium (V): 1,151 +/- 132 ppm
  • Titanium (Ti): 14,700 +/- 800 ppm
  • Zirconium (Zr): 15,600 +/- 600 ppm
  • Platinum (Pt): 305 +/- 110 ppm

*Non-Detect = negative within the testing limitations of an XRF instrument.

To see more Visionware pieces I have tested, click here.

While this particular piece of Visionware is lead-free, some of the Visions pieces I have tested over the years have been positive for trace (very low) levels of lead. As a result, I personally do not use Corning Visionware for my family, instead I choose undecorated cast iron, clear glass and stainless steel for cooking.

To see products I recommend that are the same as or
similar to items I use for my family, click here.

Thank you for taking the time to read this post and also to share it with others!

As always, please let me know if you have any questions! [Most questions you might have related to Corning Visions are answered on this piece here.]

Tamara Rubin
#LeadSafeMama

I can’t seem to take any photos without my kitties butting in!
This is Midnight, she’s about a year old.
Corning Visionware: Another Example - Small Saucepan (Made in France)

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