This Mason Cash 29cm mixing bowl is perfect for baking and mixing. The cane colouring originally came from the natural colour of the local clay in Derbyshire, and has remained the signature colour of Mason Cash products to this day. The mixing bowl is one of the longest standing pieces produced by Mason Cash and today is known as something of a design classic.
Today there is a vast range of sizes of the cane mixing bowl, from the whopping 35cm, perfect for bread baking and large cake baking, to the tiny Mason Cash 12cm mixing bowl, with the Mason Cash 29cm mixing bowl seen here being a middle size which is a great standard size for everyday baking. Every one is made to the same exacting standards Mason Cash always work to. High quality durable earthenware clay, with a gorgeous embossed design on the outside, and beautiful cane glaze.
Established in the 1800s, and renowned for their timeless designs and high quality, Mason Cash have been synonymous with domestic kitchenware and bakeware for over two centuries. They are now recognised all over the world, with some products still being used in the Royal British Household.
This mixing bowl is perfect for either professional or home use. The shape is ideal for holding in one arm to beat mixture, and the diamond design on the exterior helps provide a good grip. It is also shallow enough to knead dough and the weight of the bowl ensures it will not slide around when mixing or kneading manually. The white interior helps the cook to see the exact colour and consistency of a mixture, making it easier to get those perfect results.
Mason Cash are known for their quality products and this is no exception. Chip resistant, microwave, freezer and dishwasher safe, this is the perfect addition to any traditional or modern kitchen.
All orders are dispatched in the UK, normally within two business days of order, providing the item is in stock. Postage and handling costs are dependent on the service chosen, and the weight of the final order at checkout.
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