Mason Cash 29cm In The Rose Mixing Bowl
The Mason Cash In the Meadow collection is intricately embossed with delicate florals and foliage, with a beautiful colour palette. A perfect addition to any kitchen.
Made from earthenware, the mixing bowl is light enough to hold in one arm while mixing, but sturdy enough when using on the counter top, making it the perfect bowl for home or professional bakers.
The distinct patterned exterior and rim is designed to help bakers grip and tip the bowl, while the wide shallow shape allows for kneading within the bowl.
The Size 12 Mixing bowl measures 29cm x 14cm, with a capacity of 4 litres, making this a perfect size for dough, pastry, cake or cookie mixes. The bowl is dishwasher, microwave and freezer safe. The mixing bowls have been a classic for Mason Cash for centuries, with a high-gloss glaze providing a chip resistant finish. Mason Cash offer mixing bowls in a wide variety of sizes and colours, providing options for every baker and to suit all kitchens.
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Why We Love Mason Cash
Founded in Derbyshire in 1800, Mason Cash is one of the oldest brands stocked by us. Their cane earthenware has been a favourite among bakers and cooks for centuries, and their design has remained virtually unchanged since 1901. Crafted from locally sourced clays, the brand’s innovative yet classic kitchenware has stood the test of time.
Rebecca was drawn to the iconic cane bowl, which exemplifies British quality and quintessential design, making it a proud addition to our Silver Mushroom catalogue. With a team of enthusiastic bakers at our HQ, we all have various shapes and sizes of Mason Cash bowls in our homes. The brand has since expanded its range to include collections like In The Forest, inspired by 19th century folk stories. At Silver Mushroom, Mason Cash aligns with our ethos of locally sourced, quality materials that create long-lasting products, often passed down through generations. Their timeless design ensures relevance for years to come, making them a welcome alternative to fast fashion homewares.