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Q: Is the color of these dishes more of a robin egg blue as it looks in some pics? Or more of a mint green? Some pics look one way, but others completely different. Thank you
The Farmstead Stoneware Dinner Plates in Mint are a muted green. The dishes have been used during multiple photo shoots with different lighting which makes the images look different.
Q: is it lead -free or cadmium free glaze safe for children ?
"Thank you for your interest in our sustainable Farmstead Stoneware Collection. Removing toxicity from the home is one of Bambeco’s founding values, and we know that the dishware you use is as important as the food you and your family eat. We hold our dinnerware collections to the most stringent standard there is for lead and cadmium – California Proposition 65. As you know, these materials do occur naturally in the environment, so we don’t use the absolute term “lead-free” – in fact, if you see this claim, be wary. The goal is to limit the lead and cadmium to safe levels, and our production and testing processes ensure that our dinnerware meets or exceeds the low acceptable levels defined by Prop 65. Our factories test the dinnerware during the manufacturing process, and we do our own testing, as well, using an accredited third party independent testing lab. I hope this information helps – please let us know if you have any further questions!"