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    • 11/15/2017
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    • 20171003-A1302-2147397024
    Incident Description: The table was advertised by Restoration Hardware and subsequently purchased and used by us as a coffee table. As such, it was used to hold drinks, etc. What prompted this report was that my infant daughter was tested for lead exposure when she turned 1 as is ... (More)
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    (11/29/2017) Thank you for reporting your concern. RH goes to great lengths to ensure that our products comply with all legal requirements as our customers’ health and safety is very important to us. We are confident that this product meets all applicable standards for ... (More)
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    • 9/1/2017
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    • 20170729-34AF9-2147398597
    Incident Description: I bought bar stools from Restoration Hardware and they seem to have a design flaw of the legs not being wide enough for the top. Every time I sit on them they tip over. The first time I sat down I wasn't expecting it to tip over and I sprained my back in the ... (More)
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