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Mason Cash

For over 200 years Mason Cash has been making fine pottery for home cooks and bakers. The pottery originates from the Derbyshire county in England where natural deposits of clay and coal were abundant and facilitated the “cane” coloured earthenware for which Mason Cash is known. They have been lead-free for decades.

For those with a bent for kitchen nostalgia, Mason Cash is replicating the look they began in the early 1800s, but in an array of sizes, shapes, and colours Their mixing bowls are sold in various numbered sizes. The size number of the bowl refers to how many bowls could fit in the kiln in the original factory.

It’s easy to see why they’ve been around for so long: their iconic mixing bowls are chip-resistant, microwave, freezer, oven and dishwasher safe, and have distinct embossed patterns that add extra grip for intense whisking. You might recognize them from The Great British Bakeoff. No wonder they’re beloved by so many home chefs and professionals on both sides of the pond.