Mason Cash Original Cane Stacking Measuring Cups
The Mason Cash Original Cane Stacking Measuring Cups are part of the new A/W 2016 range, inspired by the traditional Cane Mixing Bowl. The Original Cane Collection from Mason Cash is the perfect addition to any modern or traditional kitchen. This comprehensive range combines the unique quality and heritage of Mason Cash and features everything from food preparation items to storage solutions and ovenware.
The Mason Cash Original Cane Stacking Measuring Cups is made from durable white stoneware, this timeless piece will look great in any kitchen. The classic milk bottle design measuring set incorporates three measuring cups and a flour shaker lid, when stacked the set creates a beautiful bottle. The embossed writing on the cups reads ‘MASON CASH’, and ‘Est 1800’.
Fans of the Original Cane range will love 2016’s new additions. Modern functions combine perfectly with traditional Mason Cash designs, resulting in a practical bakeware range that oozes classic style.
Customers can also now buy food preparation accessories in the Original Cane range. Salt pigs, flour shakers, juicers and measuring jugs and cups, all finished in lovely cream and cane. To continue the theme, Original Cane now offer a beautiful oven ware range to bring even more rustic charm to your kitchen.
The Mason Cash Original Cane Stacking Measuring Cups set contains a 1 cup flour shaker, 1/2 a cup, 1/4 cup. The set measures 21 x 9.5 x 9.5cm.
The Mason Cash Brand
Mason Cash started in the 1800’s in a pottery in Church Gresley, Derbyshire. Church Gresley was close to all the raw materials and fuel sources needed to make ceramics. The excellent transport links also made it easy to transport their goods all over the UK, and even the world.
The pottery produced kitchen items made from ‘white and cane’ glazed earthenware sometimes known as ‘yellow ware’. This was due to the colour of the local clay, but has now become the signature colour of Mason Cash recognised all over the world.
A series of Master Potters ran the pottery, the most colourful of whom was ‘Bossy’ Mason. The ‘Mason’ name was inspired by Bossy in the 1800’s. Tom Cash acquired the pottery in 1901 and renamed the company Mason Cash & Co.
The iconic cane mixing bowl was designed and manufactured in 1901, and the design has barely altered to this day. The design of the bowl has endured the test of time, and become something of a design classic. The white pudding basin was introduced as the partner to the classic cane mixing bowl. This is now another staple Mason Cash product, which is still used in the Royal Household for the Royal Christmas pudding!
New From Mason Cash
Mason Cash have successfully moved with the times and consequently, they always manage to introduce new ranges inspired by current, up to date styles, perfect for the modern or traditional kitchen.
Fans of Mason Cash can now buy a vast range of baking accessories, and oven ware, in addition to the classic mixing bowls and pudding basins. The classic cane mixing bowl is now available in a massive variety of colours to suit any modern kitchen.
The Baker Lane range by Mason Cash perfectly captured the industrial vibe that is so popular at the moment. The steel grey theme was inspired by the Industrial Revolution. Combined with classic shapes, Baker Lane brings about a fabulous classic meets contemporary look.
The Varsity range is inspired by traditional British University towns and has a wonderfully classy feel to it. Deep blue and cream blend together perfectly while the look is finished off with Varsity’s own university inspired logo.
The new Hacienda range brings a bright, contemporary twist to the classic British brand. A bold steel grey and orange collection inspired by the retro colours of the swinging sixties. This compact range includes ovenware and food preparation accessories and is sure to bring a splash of colour to any kitchen.
Despite the introduction of new contemporary ranges, Mason Cash’s Original Cane range is still hugely popular. These modern additions are a fabulous way to expand on your design classics.