Mason Cash In the Forest Owl Mixing Bowl - Stone
Inspired by folk tales of the mid-19th Century, the Forest mixing bowls are beautifully embossed with detailed forest scenes featuring favorite animals, such as the wise owl featured on this mixing bowl. All of the Forest bowls, (including this adorable owl bowl) are made from chip resistant stoneware pottery. Buy this owl bowl alone or as a mixing bowl set with the other Forest Bowls. The four bowls feature a variety of animals and are designed to nest perfectly to make storage simple.
In the Forest Mixing bowls were designed to be ideal mixing bowls. The glazed stoneware bowls are heavy enough to counter the tendency to move during manual mixing and the unique embossed pattern is designed to help grip the bowl, even with wet hands. In The Forest bowls do double duty outside the kitchen as beautiful serving bowls, fruit bowls and bowls for flower arrangements.
About Mason Cash
Mason Cash handcrafted British ceramics from Pacific Merchants can be traced back to Derbyshire, England, circa 1800. The name 'Mason' comes from a Master Potter, "Bossy" Mason who was running the pottery at the time it was acquired by Tom Cash in 1901. Cash renamed the company Mason Cash & Co.
Mason Cash ceramic mixing bowls are made from 'white and cane' glazed earthenware sometimes known as 'yellow ware' from the color of the local clay. Cooking icons like Julia Child and Martha Stewart have regularly used Mason Cash mixing bowlsand pudding basins in their homes and professional kitchens. Even the Queen of England and British royal family rely on Mason Cash pudding basinsand pudding bowls for Christmas gifts. We’ve seen stunning Mason Cash bowls used as everything from serving bowls and soup bowls to ice cream bowls and punch bowls.
Mason Cash mixing bowl sets represent a return to fundamentals: kitchen essentials crafted with pride and meant to last a lifetime. Simplicity of design gives Mason Cash bowls and pudding basins a timeless beauty that is as at home in an upscale dining room as it is in a country kitchen. Each handcrafted Mason Cash piece is an heirloom that you can hand down to your children.