First manufactured by Mason Cash in 1901, the Cane mixing bowl’s distinctive shape and embossed pattern has remained popular with cooks for generations. Available in a variety of sizes, these bowls are perfect for mixing everything from extra-large batches of bread dough to pancake batter for two. Made from high-quality, chip-resistant earthenware, pretty and practical Cane mixing bowls are dishwasher, microwave, freezer and oven safe.
The choice of home cooks and bakers for centuries, Mason Cash started as a pottery in the village of Church Gresley, England, in 1800. Run by a series of master potters, the company took its name from the most colorful of the group, “Bossy” Mason. For the next 100 years, the potters turned out exceptional glazed earthenware kitchen items, which were distributed throughout the UK. In 1901, Tom Cash acquired the pottery, renaming it Mason Cash & Co. That same year, they produced the very first iconic Mason Cash mixing bowl, which has stood the test of time and remains a customer favorite today.
Timeless classic—the Cane mixing bowl’s distinctive shape and pattern has remained popular since 1901
Available in six sizes to handle all mixing tasks, large or small
Sturdy bowls counter the tendency to move while mixing
Patterned exterior helps cooks keep a firm grip on bowl
Durable earthenware is microwave, oven, freezer and dishwasher safe
Popular with home cooks for centuries, Mason Cash pottery features innovative new designs, along with iconic classics