RECALL:Land of Nod Furniture Due to Lead Paint Hazard

The Land of Nod is recalling antique white furniture from its Cottage Collection. Some of the recalled furniture contains paint with high levels of lead.

The lead level exceeds that allowed by the federal ban on lead-containing paint which is designed to protect children who might ingest paint chips or peelings. Lead paint is toxic if ingested by young children and can cause adverse health effects.

Catalog DescriptionItem Number
Antique White Cottage 2-Over-4 Drawer Dresser0405161-AW
Antique White Cottage 3-Drawer Dresser0405181-AW
Antique White Cottage 7-Drawer Dresser0405231-AW
Antique White Cottage Accessory Top0405162-AW
Antique White District 28 Armoire0411011-AW
Antique White District 28 Armoire Shelf Kit0411012-AW
Antique White Double-Door Armoire0411031-AW
Antique White Double-Door Armoire Shelf Kit0411032-AW
Antique White Low Rider Bookcase0404241-AW
Antique White Low Rider Shelf Kit0406191-AW

The recall includes the following furniture and item numbers. The item number can be found on a label located on the back of the product. The shelf kits include one shelf and two shelf supports for use in the Low Rider Bookcase, the Double-Door Armoire or the District 28 Armoire.

The furniture was sold by Nod catalog and Web site nationwide, and The Land of Nod stores in Illinois and Washington from September 2003 to August 2006 for between $50 and $1,100.

Consumers should contact the Land of Nod immediately to determine whether their furniture is included in this recall. If included in this recall, consumers should stop using the recalled furniture. The Land of Nod will arrange for an exchange, credit or refund and offer consumers a gift card to be used toward a future purchase.

Consumer Contact: Consumers should contact The Land of Nod’s toll-free at (866) 990-5263, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. CT or through e-mail at recall@landofnod.com – if inquiring by e-mail, please include your full name and address.

The recall is being conducted in cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).

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