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And without further ado… my posts discussing Mexican pottery (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):
- “Lead Free” Mexican pottery (video)
- Blue & yellow Mexican tile: 25,800 ppm Lead
- Red, blue & yellow Mexican tile: 28,500 ppm Lead
- Green, blue and yellow Mexican tile: 57,900 ppm Lead
- Green, yellow and orange Mexican tile: 46,200 ppm Lead
- Orange and white Mexican tile: 74,000 ppm Lead
- Green, red, yellow and blue Mexican tile: 49,100 ppm Lead
- Glazed ceramic Mexican bowl: 11,300 ppm Lead
- Glazed ceramic mug from Cuernavaca, Mexico: 86,600 ppm Lead
- Rancho Gordo Tehuacan unglazed clay bean pot from Puebla, Mexico: Lead Free
- Vintage Mexican clear glazed ceramic mug: 79,100 ppm Lead
- Vintage Mexican clear glazed ceramic mug with blue and green floral decoration: 122,200 ppm Lead
- Blue & white glazed shallow ceramic soup bowl (Made in Mexico): 50,500 ppm Lead
- Light blue and gray glazed Mexican ceramic bowl with bird decoration: 39,596 ppm Lead + 25,137 ppm Arsenic + more than 100,000 ppm Mercury.
- Green & white glazed ceramic plate: 554,400 ppm Lead (more than 50%!)
- Blue & white “Made in Mexico” glazed ceramic plate: 95,000 ppm Lead
- Green glazed ceramic serving bowl marked “Lead Free” and “Made in Mexico”: 300,000 ppm Lead
- Light blue and gray glazed Mexican ceramic dish with bird decoration: 51,608 ppm Lead + 31,350 ppm Arsenic + more than 100,000 ppm Mercury.
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