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Broken leaded glass vase.
An example of the element Lead

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Broken leaded glass vase.
This vase arrived broken, which normally might be a problem, but I actually kind of like it this way, as a lead sample. It was advertised as 24% lead crystal (by which is meant glass). This is typical for the lead content of this type of high-index-of-refraction glass. Kind of neat that you can see right through something that is one quarter lead.
Source: eBay seller racingfreaks
Contributor: Theodore Gray
Acquired: 11 March, 2009
Text Updated: 12 March, 2009
Price: $6
Size: 6"
Purity: 24%
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