Mason Cash In The Forest Kitchen Crock
A woodland for whisks.
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. Today, Mason Cash and its classic design is trusted by home cooks and professional bakers alike.
Mason Cash’s classic stoneware kitchen crock gets a woodland spin with an embossed forest animal scenes inspired by folktales from the mid-19th century. Pack it up with your collection of battered wooden spoons and perch it next to the stove for maximum stirring access.
Photography by Emily Dryden
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