Recalls: Costume/Children's Jewelry

April 27, 2006 Children's Necklaces Recalled for Lead Poisoning Hazard

The recalled choker-style necklaces are silver-colored hearts, crosses and clovers that hang from a blue, maroon or black velvety cord. The jewelry's packaging is white cardboard with "In Style" printed on the front, and UPC number 041838140766 on the back. Read more.

March 30, 2006 Children's Jewelry Sold at American Girl Stores Recalled for Lead Poisoning Hazard

The recall includes American Girl necklaces, bracelets, earrings and hair accessories for girls. The recall does not include jewelry for American Girl dolls. The jewelry's packaging features a red and white cardboard backing with "American Girl" and "Made in China" written on the front. Read more.

March 23, 2006 Lead Poisoning Hazard Prompts Recall of Metal Charm Bracelets

The recalled charm bracelets consist of silver-colored metal beads. A silver-colored metal heart frame is attached to the bracelet. Read more.

March 23, 2006 Reebok Recalls Bracelet Linked to Child's Lead Poisoning Death

The recall involves an 8-inch long metal bracelet with a heart-shaped charm. The name "Reebok" is engraved on the one side of the charm. The charm bracelet was provided as a free gift with the purchase of various styles of children's footwear. Read more.

March 23, 2006 Dollar Tree Stores Inc. Toy Jewelry Recalled for Lead Poisoning Hazard to Children

The rings are silver in color, adjustable, and have one of a variety of designs with a toy "gem" in the center. The necklaces have a black string with silver colored clasps and a silver charm with a "gem" in the center. The following are printed on the charms' packaging: "Mood Necklace," Mood Ring," "Glow in the Dark Necklace," "Glow in the Dark Ring," "UV Necklace" or "UV Ring." The "UV" jewelry packaging reads, "The Sun's Energy Will Change The Color." On the reverse of the packaging is "SKU#815485" and the name "Mannix." Read more.

March 2, 2006 Children's Toy Jewelry Recalled Due to Aspiration Hazard

The jewelry includes various colored plastic bead bracelets, rings and necklaces on elastic strings. They were sold under the brand name "Girl Favors" and had the following item numbers and writing on the packaging: Read more.

February 23, 2006 Metal Charms Recalled for Lead Poisoning Hazard to Children

The charms are small silver-colored metal shapes that include flowers, bugs, pumpkins, and picture frames. "Art Accentz," "Changlz," "Provo Craft," and "For ages 3 and over" are printed on the charm's packaging. The charms were sold as decorations for craft projects such as scrapbooks, home décor and jewelry making. Read more.