Sterling silver teething rings recalled for choking danger
- December 24, 2007 12:06 PM
- By Peter Hadzipetros
About 1,000 sterling silver teething rings by Empire Silver are being recalled because parts on the rings may separate and release beads inside, creating a choking and aspiration hazard.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission on Friday announced the recall of the rings sold in the following three styles:
- Single ring with ball.
- Single ring with heart and ball.
- Three rings with ball.
The rings, which were manufactured in the U.S., were sold in U.S. stores beginning in November 2007 for between $50 and $120 US.
No associated injuries have been reported.
Consumers should take the teething rings away from children and return them for a refund or replacement.
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