Non Toxic Dinnerwear does not contain lead or cadmium. Levels in the 90 ppm range or below are considered lead-safe although it is not lead-free. 45,300 or even 300 ppm seems to be a high number to have in our dinnerware! WTHR, Indianapolis News did the investigation of lead in plates, bowls and mugs.
How do I know if my china has lead?
Theres likely lead in china plates & bowls if decorations are above the glaze instead of underneath (if you can feel the decoration when rubbing your finger over the dish). Or if you notice brushstrokes above the glazed surface. If the decorations are worn-out, the lead hazard increases dramatically.
How do I know if my dinnerware has lead?
If the decorations are rough or raised, if you can feel the decoration when you rub your finger over the dish, or if you can see brush strokes above the glazed surface, the decoration is probably on top of the glaze. If the decoration has begun to wear away, there may be an even greater lead hazard.
Is Rosenthal china dishwasher safe?
Simple but yet stylish shapes make it great for your day to day dinnerware needs. All items are dishwasher safe as well as microwave safe. Thomas by Rosenthal - the trend factory.
Can you get lead poisoning from old China?
Leaching lead from antique china may be toxic. Many of the old glazes used on antique or vintage china contain some level of lead. If your china is highly decorated or multicolored, there is a better chance that it contains lead glazing or decorations using lead.
Are mainstay dishes lead free?
Our dinnerware is not only highly chip-resistant, but they are non-porous and lead/cadmium free, surpassing California Prop 65 and FDA Standards. With over 90 years of experience in the service industry, our high strength material is specially made to meet the rigorous demands of this industry.
Are pottery Barn dishes lead free?
Non Toxic Dinnerwear does not contain lead or cadmium. One of Pottery Barns white ceramic plate was found to have 363 ppm lead. Levels in the 90 ppm range or below are considered lead-safe although it is not lead-free. 45,300 or even 300 ppm seems to be a high number to have in our dinnerware!