Mason Cash In The Forest Mixing Bowls
Cooking in the great outdoors.
Mason Cash began as a small pottery operating in a small English village beginning in 1800. The pottery was known for producing earthenware with what was known as a “white and cane” glaze, that produced a yellowish finish, due to the color of the local clay. In 1901, the pottery was acquired by Tom Cash, who renamed it “Mason Cash & Co” after himself and one the founding potters, ‘Bossy’ Mason. Today, Mason Cash and its classic design is trusted by home cooks and professional bakers alike.
Like our Mason Cash Cane Bowls, these are kitchen-classic mixing bowls great for everything from cookies to bread. They get an adorable update with forest animal prints, embossed into the sides of your bowl. That raised pattern gives you some leverage while you beat your batter, keeping is snugly nestled under your arm without fear of it twisting to and fro.
Photography by Rocky Luten, Julia Gartland, & Bobbi Lin
Details & Materials +-
Small bowl is 9.4” in diameter x 4.3” H, holds 2.15 quarts, features bear design; Medium bowl is 10.2" in diameter x 4.7" H, holds 2.85 quarts, features owl design; Large bowl is 11.4" in diameter x 5.5" H, holds 4.22 quarts, features fox design.
Care & Notes +-
Microwave & dishwasher safe
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