Mason Cash Original Cane Ceramic Mixing Bowls
The design of the Mason Cash mixing bowl has endured the test of time to become something of a design classic. While the bowl has been in use since 1901, it is still practical for today’s kitchen, whether professional or in the home. It comes in a large range of sizes that suit every purpose. The classic "cane" bowl can be seen in period shows such as Downton Abbey.
About Mason Cash
Mason Cash traces it roots to a pottery operating at Church Gresley in the heart of the English ceramic industry in 1800. Running the pottery was a series of Master Potters, including the very colorful “Bossy” Mason, whose name was given to the pottery in the 1800’s. When Tom Cash acquired the pottery in 1901, he renamed it Mason Cash & Co. While mixing bowls had been produced there since the 1800’s, it was in 1901 that the first iconic Mason Cash bowl was produced, becoming a design classic that has barely been altered since. Today, Mason Cash is renowned for both its traditional design and new updated treatments.