One of Pottery Barn’s white ceramic plate was found to have 363 ppm lead. WTH, Indianapolis News did the investigation of lead in plates, bowls and mugs.
There is a high chance that ceramic, porcelain, china or bone china will contain lead or cadmium since they all use glaze and often lead and cadmium are used in the glaze. Lead and cadmium are easily found in vintage china, Mexican terracotta, decorated Asian plates, handcrafted or brightly colored dinnerware or dinnerware with decals on the surface.
Whether dishes are plain white or colorfully decorated, they can contain lead or cadmium. Soy sauce, apples, citrus fruits, tomatoes, pasta dishes with tomato sauce and salad dressing are considered to be acidic food.
Melamine is combined with formaldehyde to form the hard plastic tableware. Dinnerware with small traces of lead or cadmium is allowed to be sold in the United States.
This lead or cadmium can leach when microwaving or serving acidic food in the dish. Porcelain or china is made of a fine-particle clay in high temperature.
They will most likely contain lead or cadmium in the colorful patterns or decals. Some plain white China also contain lead since glaze is also used.
However, Dr Andrew Turner of the University of Plymouth, UK tested a range of glass products and more than 70 percent of the 72 products tested contained lead and cadmium. Storing an acidic drink such as wine in leaded crystal wouldn’t be a good idea.
Dishes made with ceramic, porcelain or china can contain lead or cadmium since glaze is used. Whether the dish is plain white or with colorful decorations, lead or cadmium can be present.
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