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Dining table recall announced by Restoration Hardware due to excess lead exposure; four children affected

recall dining table Restoration Hardware 215x210 Dining table recall announced by Restoration Hardware due to excess lead exposure; four children affected, an American home-furnishings company based in , has announced a metal top after learning that the table’s metal top may pose a risk to young children. When ingested, lead becomes very toxic and may cause adverse health effects such as headaches, abdominal pain, vomiting and fatigue.

The dining table recall involves the company’s Railroad Tie & Parsons Tie dining tables, which are either round or rectangular in shape with thin sheets of zinc/dark gray color metal coating the top. The item number can be found underneath the tabletop printed on a white sticker.

The following items number/description combinations are impacted by Restoration Hardware’s dining table recall:

Description Item Number
Railroad 72 Inch Rectangle Table in Zinc 62430028ZINC
Railroad 84 Inch Rectangle Table in Zinc 62430018ZINC
Railroad 96 Inch Rectangle Table in Zinc 62430027ZINC
Railroad 108 Inch Rectangle Table in Zinc 62430016ZINC
Railroad 120 Inch Rectangle Table in Zinc 62430026ZINC
Railroad 48 Inch Round Table in Zinc 62430029ZINC
Railroad 60 Inch Round Table in Zinc 62430017ZINC
Railroad 72 Inch Round Table in Zinc 62430030ZINC
Parsons Railroad Tie 60 Inch Rectangle Table Zinc 62430025ZINC
Parsons Railroad Tie 72 Inch Rectangle Table Zinc 62430024ZINC
Parsons Railroad Tie 84 Inch Rectangle Table Zinc 62430022ZINC
Parsons Railroad Tie 96 Inch Rectangle Table Zinc 62430032ZINC
Parsons Railroad Tie 108 Inch Rectangle Table Zinc 62430023ZINC
Parsons Railroad Tie 120 Inch Rectangle Table Zinc 62430031ZINC

Before the dining table recall was announced, Restoration Hardware was made aware of four children in two different homes experiencing elevated blood lead levels. The dining room tables were manufactured in India.

From March 2012 through December 2016, the recalled dining tables were sold for between $750 and $2,600 at Restoration Hardware Outlet stores across the nation. The tables were also sold online at RestorationHardware.com.

Consumers in possession of one or more of the recalled dining tables should immediately put it out of reach of children and contact Restoration Hardware to receive either a free replacement table or a refund.

For more information on the dining table recall, contact Restoration Hardware toll-free at 888-728-8419 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. PT Monday through Friday or online at www.restorationhardware.com and click on Safety Recalls at the bottom of the page.

Source: U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission