Consumer Alert: Necklace Recall

Consumer Alert

Regulators with the Consumer Product Safety Commission say high levels of lead, and sharp points at the ends of pendants triggered the Raymond Geddes company to recall about 155,000 of their necklaces.

They were sold in mail order catalogs and on the internet between August of 1998 and last month.

No injuries have been reported, but if you have one of the necklaces, contact the company during the week at (888)431-1722 between 8 a.m. and 9 p.m. Monday-Friday or email them at consumeraffairs@raymondgeddes.com