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Children's Jewelry Testing

Children’s jewelry holds a substantial market share within the jewelry sector, indicating its importance in the industry. With increasing awareness and concerns from parents and consumer agencies, the safety of various products, including earrings, accessories, rings, necklaces, bracelets, toe rings, watches, pendants, and headwear, has gained heightened attention.

In recent years, jewelry products and accessories specifically designed for children have accounted for a significant number of recall notifications issued by regulatory authorities in the EU and the United States. Recognizing the significance of this issue, several countries, including the US, EU member states, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Russia, and Japan, have taken proactive measures to develop their own regulations and standards for toys, specifically targeting the safety of children’s jewelry.

Service Scope

  • Function
  • Accessories Directly touch with Skin
  • Piercing Accessories
  • Electronic Accessories
  • Materials
  • Metal
  • Plastic
  • Textile

Service Items

  • Total Lead
  • Total Cadmium
  • Total Mercury
  • Soluble Cadmium
  • Soluble Heavy Metal
  • Nickel Release
  • Phthalates
  • SVHC
  • Other

Common Standards

Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA)
ASTM F2923
State regulations, such as Illinois, California, etc.

REACH Annex 17
REACH Substance of Very High Concern (SVHC)

(SOR/2011-19)/Children’s Jewelry Regulations

Regulation of certain harmful elements in the adornment, including jewelry (intended for adults and children) and ornaments, except gems.

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