The snow globes can crack or fracture, posing a laceration hazard.
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This recall involves glass snow globes, with a plastic artwork figurine “Little Wanderer” inside the snow globe. The snow globes measure 4.5 inches high x 3.3 inches wide with a wood base, and have a yellow, blue, or red figurine inside.
Consumers should immediately stop using and discard the recalled snow globes. Contact the Museum of Modern Art for a full refund. The museum is contacting all known purchasers.
The firm has received 39 reports of the snow globe cracking or fracturing. No injuries have been reported.
Design Ideas Ltd, of Springfield, Illinois
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