Restoration Hardware recalls 2,700 metal top dining tables
February 10, 2017,
This is one of the 14 different style tables Restoration Hardware is recalling due to the potential risk of lead exposure to children.
The voluntary recall, initiated as part of the CPSC’s Fast Track Program, includes 14 different tables that are part of Restoration Hardware’s Railroad Tie and Parson’s Railroad Tie collections.
Restoration Hardware has received reports of elevated blood lead levels in four children in two homes that had a recalled table. One incident involving two children occurred in Cranston, R.I., and another also involving two children occurred in Beverly Hills, Calif.
The CPSC has advised consumers to stop using the recalled tables, cover them and put them out of reach of children. They should also contact Restoration Hardware for a free replacement table or a full refund. Restoration Hardware can be reached at 888-728-8419 or online at www.restorationhardware.com
The tables were made in India and were sold at Restoration Hardware Outlet stores nationwide and online at www.restorationhardware.com from March 2012 through December 2016 for between $750 and $2,600.
The tables are both round and rectangular with thin sheets of zinc/dark gray colored metal on the table tops. The item numbers are found on a white sticker underneath the table top.
A full list of the recalled tables is available at www.cpsc.gov under the product recall tab.
An attempt to reach Restoration Hardware for immediate comment was unsuccessful.
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