Mason Cash In The Forest Measuring Jug
For good measure.
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 Forest Measuring Jug, embossed with adorable forest animals, gives you metric measurements (pints, ounces, and milliliters) up to 1 liter, printed on the interior of the stoneware vessel. A handle and spout take the “whoops” out of pouring (because we’re prone to spills… is that just us?). We use it to dole out portions of pancake batter or to pour roughly measured splashes of stock into our soups. 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