“LeCLAIR.vision” is a resource for the identification, use, and care of VISION(S) glass-ceramic cookware. The focus is on vintage cooking vessels created by Corning and its subsidiaries. Please feel free to join the Facebook group to ask questions and share info about your collection.

FAQ: Is Vintage VISIONS Cookware Made With Lead?

NO! The glass-ceramic material used to create VISIONS does not include lead or similar harmful metals, as a primary constituent. Visions cookware will also test negative for cadmium, mercury, arsenic, etc. The FDA began enforcing limits on leachable lead in 1971. This is over a decade before VISIONS was officially released in the USA. Additionally, the California law known as Proposition 65, dedicated to eliminating exposure to toxic chemicals in consumer products, was passed in 1986. VISIONS has been produced under strict guidelines since introduction. …and VISIONS is non-reactive to typical acids and detergents, unlike most ordinary cookware.

It’s a healthy, non-toxic, and very safe choice. You can read more about the exceptional qualities of VISIONS cookware on the Information page.

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