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Lead Risk Prompts Recall Of Children's Tiaras

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High levels of lead have prompted the recall of more than 7,300 Children’s Tiara’s sold by Wilton Industries. Lead is toxic if ingested by young children and can lead to adverse health effects.

No injuries have been reported in connection with this recall, to date.

The recalled Tiara’s have an SKU number of 120-228. They were sold nationwide at several retailers including Jo-Ann Fabrics, Party City and online at Amazon.com. [View photos of the recalled tiaras.]

Consumers are advised to take the recalled tiaras away from young children and to contact Wilton Industries for a refund.

Consumers should call Wilton directly at (800) 593-7866 or visit their Web site at www.wilton.com for more information.

Please pass this information along to friends, family and co-workers who may have this product in their home but may not be aware of the recall.