Does Franciscan china have a lead glaze?

Answer No, Franciscan china does not have a lead glaze. The china is made from an exceptional clay deposit found in Lincoln, California. A great deal of the early manufacturing took place in a pottery pla... Read More »

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Who manufactures Franciscan china patterns?

Franciscan dinnerware, known for the Apple and Desert Rose patterns, is manufactured by Wedgwood. The label originated as Franciscan Pottery in California, where it was produced from 1934 to 1984, ... Read More »

Was lead used in early porcelain or china?

According to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, it was common practice to use lead for pigmentation and as a bonding agent in porcelain enamel glazes. In 1978, the U.S. Consumer Product S... Read More »

Are furry stuff toys made in china also in danger of being lead contaminated?

maybe not lead contaminated, but perhaps with some other chemical

Should the west follow China's lead and offer discounts to girls wearing miniskirts?

Great idea! Yes. Parade a few by me first for my review.