- May 15, 2007
- Jewelry & Accessories
- Spandrel Sales and Marketing
- The Danger:
- The jewelry contains high levels of lead.
- This recall includes about 200,000 children's jewelry pieces, including pendants that hang from silver-colored bracelet and necklace chains and silver-colored rings with a charm on top. Charm shapes include silver-colored crosses, suns, moons, stars, butterflies, cupids, angels, keys, elephants, hands, cell phones, fish, and shoes.
- Sold At:
- Vending machines located in malls, discount, department, and grocery stores nationwide from February 2007 through March 2007 for 25 cents.
- What To Do:
- Immediately take the recalled rings and necklaces away from children and throw them away. For additional information, contact Spandrel Sales and Marketing toll-free at (877) 213-0500 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. MT Monday through Friday, or visit their Web site at www.ssmvending.com.
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