Mason Cash Cream Cane Mixing Bowls
The British classic, but creamier.
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.
The Cane Bowl is a Mason Cash classic, and now given a fresh look in a new cream color. The small is perfect for whisking up a few eggs for a morning scramble. The medium is great for mixing up a homemade cake batter or a batch of cookies. The large is also great for cakes, cookies, and the like, but gives you some extra breathing room for bread doughs or recipes that deserve a double. Because of the bowl’s patterned exterior, you can grip it under your arm while you beat your eggs into submission without fear of the bowl moving about willy-nilly. It’s chip-resistant, and microwave and dishwasher safe, so it's a no-brainer addition to your kitchen.
Photography by Rocky Luten & James Ransom
Details & Materials -
Small is 9.4" in diameter x 4.3" H, holds 2.11 quarts; Medium is 10.2" in diameter x 4.7" H, holds 2.85 quarts; Large is 11.4" in diameter x 5.5" H, holds 4.25 quarts
Care & Notes
Microwave and dishwasher safe.
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