(NEW YORK) – Cadmium concerns in children’s jewelry have been looming for months, but with California joining several other states instituting laws to limit the toxin, the issue is poised to remain top-of-mind for consumers. Especially in light of the upcoming holiday buying season, accurate metal counts have become a necessity for sellers of children’s jewelry.
IGI’s Electronic Assay Reports clearly state the percentages of all metals contained in an article of jewelry, including cadmium, and are available for a nominal fee. This information, now vital to jewelry manufacturers and retailers, is determined using IGI’s state-of-the-art X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy technology.
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