About 7,000 decorative wood chests and tables have been recalled by Hammary Furniture Co., of Lenoir, North Carolina. The surface coating paint on the furniture could contain excessive levels of lead in violation of the federal lead paint standard. This recall includes several styles of decorative wooden chests and tables. We have the model number, style and average price if you need that information.
Furniture manufactured since April 2009 will have a label that specifies the date of manufacture, the item number, the country of origin, a product description and the name “Hammary Furniture.” This label is located on the unfinished back of the item or, if the back is finished, on the underside. Products manufactured earlier than April 2009 will not have any identifiable markings on them. Visit the manufacturer’s Web site www.regcen.com/hammaryrecall, for photos of all furniture items included in this recall.
The chest and tables were sold at major department stores and furniture retail stores from November 2001 through November 2009 for between $200 and $900. They were manufactured in the Philippines, China and Vietnam. Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled furniture, keep young children away from it and contact Hammary to receive a free replacement. For additional information, contact Hammary toll-free at (888) 577-4098 anytime or visit its Web site at www.regcen.com/hammaryrecall.
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