“How much Lead is in my vintage Corning casserole?” Here are pictures of each one I’ve tested, with links to test results.

Check back here periodically for updates. Each time I add a new post I will upload a picture to the photo grid below, and link it to the post with the test results. 

Click any of the images below to see the corresponding XRF test results (listing all metals found) for that exact item pictured.

If you appreciate this work and would like to see more test results like this, please consider contributing to the GoFundMe for my advocacy work: http://www.GoFundMe.com/LeadSafeMama.

I do take “requests” — as, here in the Sellwood neighborhood of Portland, I live near quite a few antiques & collectibles stores, and could easily go purchase something that you might want tested (for anyone that can make a contribution to cover the cost of the item and a bit towards the cost of testing); please e-mail me if you are interested in having me purchase something specific to test.

If you are interested participating in the “regularly-scheduled programming” of periodic consumer goods testing that I normally coordinate here on this site, here is a post with more information about how that generally works.

As always, thank you for reading and for sharing my posts.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Tamara Rubin
#LeadSafeMama  

 

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