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Description: December 19, 1994 Release # 95-048 WASHINGTON, D.C. -- CPSC, M. Pressner and Co. Inc., Brooklyn, N.Y., is voluntarily recalling about 1,000 toy necklaces (12 in a bag), model number 8847, with small bead parts.CPSC testing found that the beads can come off the necklaces, which could result in young children inhaling the beads into their lungs. To date, neither M. Pressner nor CPSC has received reports of accidents or injuries associated with the necklaces.The 12 necklaces each have one large pink heart, 18 pink, green, orange, and yellow smaller heart shapes that are separated by 19 alternating black beads. The hearts and beads are strung together on a white elastic cord, which makes the necklaces easy to slip on-and-off.M. Pressner distributed the recalled necklaces from July 1992 through June 1994. The necklaces, which cost under $1, were sold in the eastern part of the United States at Party Warehouse, 99 Cent Stores, and the Center of Town stores. Consumers should take the necklaces away from young children immediately and return them to the store where they were purchased for a refund. Consumers with any questions can call M. Pressner at (800) 451-3592 for more information [Learn More]

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Recall Date12/19/1994
Recall ID5616
Recall Number95048
Product TypeCostume/Children's Jewelry
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