Paparazzi Children’s Jewelry Examples
Published: February 16, 2022 – Wednesday
Please read this post (link) for context about the levels of metals found in this Jewelry. More information to be posted shortly.
These earrings would be illegal in the State of California if sold there anytime beginning June 1, 2020 (or later). The reader who sent them to me was from California.
Light pink enamel flowers with crystal (earrings)
- Lead (Pb): 119,900 +/- 5,200 ppm
- Cadmium (Cd): 143,600 +/- 8,700 ppm
- Mercury (Hg): non-detect
- Bromine (Br): non-detect
- Chromium (Cr): non-detect
- Copper (Cu): 236,000 +/- 10,000 ppm
- Zinc (Zn): 136,200 +/- 5,900 ppm
- Titanium (Ti): 85,900 +/- 3,300 ppm
- Zirconium (Zr): 492 +/- 38 ppm
- Niobium (Nb): 2,040 +/- 109 ppm
- Tin (Sn): 700 +/- 62 ppm
- Antimony (Sb): 3,144 +/- 280 ppm
- No other metals detected in consumer goods mode.
For those new to this website:
Tamara Rubin is a Federal-award-winning independent advocate for consumer goods safety and a documentary filmmaker. She is also a mother of Lead-poisoned children. Tamara’s sons were acutely Lead-poisoned in August of 2005. She began testing consumer goods for toxicants in 2009 and was the parent-advocate responsible for finding Lead in the popular fidget spinner toys in 2017. Tamara uses XRF testing (a scientific method used by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission) to test consumer goods for toxicants (specifically heavy metals), including Lead, Cadmium, Mercury, Antimony and Arsenic. All test results reported on this website are science-based, accurate and replicable. Items are tested multiple times to confirm the test results for each component tested. Please click through to this link to learn more about the testing methodology used for the test results discussed and reported on this website.
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