Mason Cash

Food52 x Mason Cash Cane Batter Bowl

$40$42
Food52 x Mason Cash Cane Batter Bowl
Mason Cash

Food52 x Mason Cash Cane Batter Bowl

$40$42
4.6 Stars / 18 Reviews
Free Standard Shipping on Orders $199+

Cause a stir.

This beaut from England may be sporting exclusive oxblood and grey hues—the happy result of a collab between Mason Cash and Food52—but it’s got quite a history. It’s been beloved by bakers since 1901, when Tom Cash himself designed the very first iconic cane mixing bowl. The pretty, chip-resistant pattern isn't just easy on the eyes—it also offers extra grip for high-speed whisking, and since it’s made from sturdy stoneware, it can zip through the microwave and dishwasher, easy. And just when you thought things couldn’t get any sweeter, it got a trusty handle and easy-pour spout. This bowl is a real go-getter and a must-have for all your pancake whisking, cupcake frosting creations, and bread dough adventures. No wonder it’s making appearances in the royal kitchens and on The Great British Bake-Off...

If you haven't met this bowl's storybook charming cousin, the Mason Cash In the Forest Batter Bowl, allow us to make the introduction.

  • Made in: China
  • Product Warranty:
  • Shipping & Returns: Free Standard Shipping on Orders $199+ and Easy-Breezy Returns

This beaut from England may be sporting exclusive oxblood and grey hues—the happy result of a collab between Mason Cash and Food52—but it’s got quite a history. It’s been beloved by bakers since 1901, when Tom Cash himself designed the very first iconic cane mixing bowl. The pretty, chip-resistant pattern isn't just easy on the eyes—it also offers extra grip for high-speed whisking, and since it’s made from sturdy stoneware, it can zip through the microwave and dishwasher, easy. And just when you thought things couldn’t get any sweeter, it got a trusty handle and easy-pour spout. This bowl is a real go-getter and a must-have for all your pancake whisking, cupcake frosting creations, and bread dough adventures. No wonder it’s making appearances in the royal kitchens and on The Great British Bake-Off...

If you haven't met this bowl's storybook charming cousin, the Mason Cash In the Forest Batter Bowl, allow us to make the introduction.

Cause a stir.

This beaut from England may be sporting exclusive oxblood and grey hues—the happy result of a collab between Mason Cash and Food52—but it’s got quite a history. It’s been beloved by bakers since 1901, when Tom Cash himself designed the very first iconic cane mixing bowl. The pretty, chip-resistant pattern isn't just easy on the eyes—it also offers extra grip for high-speed whisking, and since it’s made from sturdy stoneware, it can zip through the microwave and dishwasher, easy. And just when you thought things couldn’t get any sweeter, it got a trusty handle and easy-pour spout. This bowl is a real go-getter and a must-have for all your pancake whisking, cupcake frosting creations, and bread dough adventures. No wonder it’s making appearances in the royal kitchens and on The Great British Bake-Off...

If you haven't met this bowl's storybook charming cousin, the Mason Cash In the Forest Batter Bowl, allow us to make the introduction.

  • Made in: China
  • Product Warranty:
  • Shipping & Returns: Free Standard Shipping on Orders $199+ and Easy-Breezy Returns

This beaut from England may be sporting exclusive oxblood and grey hues—the happy result of a collab between Mason Cash and Food52—but it’s got quite a history. It’s been beloved by bakers since 1901, when Tom Cash himself designed the very first iconic cane mixing bowl. The pretty, chip-resistant pattern isn't just easy on the eyes—it also offers extra grip for high-speed whisking, and since it’s made from sturdy stoneware, it can zip through the microwave and dishwasher, easy. And just when you thought things couldn’t get any sweeter, it got a trusty handle and easy-pour spout. This bowl is a real go-getter and a must-have for all your pancake whisking, cupcake frosting creations, and bread dough adventures. No wonder it’s making appearances in the royal kitchens and on The Great British Bake-Off...

If you haven't met this bowl's storybook charming cousin, the Mason Cash In the Forest Batter Bowl, allow us to make the introduction.