As part of the testing, she found a 1967-1976 Royal Doulton Bunnykins Baby Bowl to have 61,800 ppm lead on the food surface. This measurement is nearly 700 times the safe level. In a third Bunnykins test she found 73,800 ppm lead in a 1970s vintage ceramic dish set.
Do Bunnykins dishes contain Lead?
Vintage Royal Doulton Bunnykins baby bowl with artist: 80,000 ppm Lead on the FOOD SURFACE!
Does Royal Doulton contain Lead?
Named in the suits are some of the worlds largest and most respected manufacturers of china, including Wedgwood, Lenox, Mikasa, and Royal Doulton. The lawsuit contends that all the defendants manufacture at least some products that leach lead. Others contain virtually no lead or none at all.”
Are Bunnykins microwavable?
The perfect size for high-chair diners, it can actually be used to feed Baby every day of the week and is dishwasher and microwave-safe.