NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — High levels of lead were reportedly found in parts of jewelry-making kits for children sold by major retailers in New York State.

According to Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, exceedingly high levels of lead were found in Cra-Z-Art jewelry-making sets manufactured by LaRose Industries. The sets were sold at several major retailers, including K-Mart, Target and Toys-R-Us locations in New York City, Syracuse, Buffalo and on Long Island.

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The products were also sold at local retailers in Rochester, as well as in Walmart and on Amazon.

According to officials, some Cra-Z-Art products tested contained lead levels of 120 to 980 parts-per-million — almost 10 times the 100 ppm limit that is federally approved for children.

The Shimmer N’ Sparkle Cra-Z-Art Cra-Z-Jewelz Gem Creations Ultimate Gem Machine, Shimmer N’ Sparkle Cra-Z-Art Cra-Z-Jewelz Gem Creations Gem Charm and Slider Bracelets and the My Look Cra-Z-Art Cra-Z-Jewelz Gem Creations Ultimate Gem Machine are all affected.

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Schneiderman is now calling for these companies to issue a national recall of the products in question.

“Manufacturers, importers, distributors, and retailers all have a responsibility to ensure that products intended for use by children are safe,” Schneiderman said in a release on Friday.

Scheiderman’s office is also planning to investigate how these products made it to store shelves, given their lead contents.

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