Published: April 26, 2020
Updated: June 30, 2020
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And without further ado… my Leaded Crystal related posts (each numbered line below is a link to a post with photos and more information, including – in most posts – XRF test results for the item discussed):
“Leaded Crystal” related items that I have tested & reported on:
- To start, here’s the whole category of “Leaded Crystal” posts. I will update this post shortly with additional links and subcategories.
- Vintage blue crystal clip on earring: 152,300 ppm Lead
- Vintage (1970s / 1980s) clear crystal heart: 557,800 ppm Lead
- Cut crystal vintage salt shaker: 15,200 ppm Lead
- Cut crystal bud vase: 386,000 ppm Lead
- c. 2014 crystal bracelet: 70.700 ppm Lead
- c. 2010 pink crystal Minnie Mouse bracelet purchased at Disneyland: 252,200 ppm Lead
- Crystal double rainbow rainbow maker mobile
- Cut crystal goblet shot glass (vintage)
- Child’s crystal necklace
- 1992 Study: Potential lead exposures from Lead crystal decanters
- Leaded crystal decanter
- My overview post about concerns for Leaded crystal
- 2013 Riedel Wine Goblet: 300,000 ppm Lead
- Leaded crystal candle sticks
- Green tinted crystal rainbow maker
- Lead-free decorative hanging crystal
- Amber crystal costume jewelry earring
- Blue crystal earring
- Vintage crystal bracelet
- Stay tuned for more!
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