The Mason Cash mixing bowl has endured the test of time to become an iconic British design classic. Each bowl is made from high quality, chip resistant earthenware, making them heavy enough to stand when mixing, yet light enough to hold comfortably in one arm.
The distinct patterned exterior and rim of the bowl is designed to help bakers grip and tip the bowl and has become synonymous with the brand and baking ever since.
The wide, shallow shape of the bowl makes it perfect for kneading dough, whilst the white interior makes it easy for cooks to see the colour and consistency of their mixture. These unique features make it a perfect addition to any kitchen, whether professional or in the home.
The Mason Cash Cream Mixing Bowl is available in three sizes - 29cm, 26cm and 24cm
Mason Cash originated in a pottery operating at Church Gresley
in the heart of the English ceramic industry in 1800. The pottery
became world renowned for producing kitchen items made from
their distinct ‘white and cane’ glazed earthenware. The pottery was
run by a series of Master Potters of whom the most colourful was
William ‘Bossy’ Mason. During the 1800s the pottery was named
after him, and when Tom Cash acquired it in 1901, he renamed it
Mason Cash & Co. Although Mason Cash had produced mixing bowls
during the 1800s, in 1901 they designed and manufactured the very
first iconic Mason Cash Mixing Bowl. The bowl’s design has endured
the test of time and has become something of a design classic.
In fact, the design has barely altered since then, which is why the
brand is still renowned for its innovative, classic kitchenware today.