Mason Cash In The Forest 1 Litre Measuring Jug
The In the Forest 1 Litre Measuring Jug is a must have in any country kitchen. This measuring jug is an essential for home bakers. With an adorable, embossed forest scene this textured measuring jug is a striking piece. Crafted from durable chip-resistant earthenware, this Measuring Jug is perfect for making doughs, batters and pastries. Plus, it’s microwaveable and dishwasher-safe. The perfect 1 Litre Measuring Jug from Mason Cash’s In The Forest Collection.
The Mason Cash In The Forest range brings the wonder of nature into your kitchen in the form of your favourite woodland animals. The embossed images combined with natural colours and materials come together to offer a unique collection of mixing bowls and bakeware, oven to tableware and kitchen storage and accessories that breathe the life of the forest into your home.
Why We Love Mason Cash
Originating in Derbyshire, Mason Cash was created in 1800, making them one of the longest standing brands we stock. Mason Cash has been the first choice of bakers and cooks for centuries, their cane earthenware being a fan favourite. Created from local clays, the cane mixing bowl design has barely altered since 1901 which is why the brand is still renowned for its innovative, classic kitchenware today.
The iconic cane bowl was the key line that drew Rebecca to the Mason Cash brand, they represent great British quality and quintessential design. They are a product we are proud to stock at Silver Mushroom, with a team of keen bakers in our HQ, we all have various shapes and sizes in our own homes. Since the original Cane bowl the brand have expanded their range widely, adding key ranges such as In The Forest- a collection inspired by 19th century folk stories. Mason Cash is a brand who’s products fit in with our personal ethos at Silver Mushroom. Their locally sourced, quality materials make for long lasting products that are often passed down through generations. Their timeless design will be relevant for years to come, eliminating the culture of ‘fast fashion’ homewares.