Classic Cane Bakeware
Renowned for durability and strength, the Mason Cash cane bakeware range also has a rustic English charm, which is as classic and timeless as the Mason Cash mixing bowls and pudding basins. The product designs are instantly recognisable and look just as comfortable in a contemporary kitchen as a country kitchen. Made from high quality stoneware the cane bakeware range is fully oven, freezer, microwave and dishwasher safe.
For a more elegant look, check out the new Mason Cash Enamour bakeware and baking dishes. Inspired by over 200 years of Mason Cash classic design heritage, the Enamour range of storage and oven-to-tableware has been designed to give nostalgic appeal to any kitchen. Taking inspiration from the Industrial Revolution and the mid 19th century enamel coated steel bakeware, the heavy stoneware items have embossed ribs and hand painted handles and rims to add stylish edge to the dinner table or worktop.
Mason Cash terracotta bakeware is also new and represents a healthy way to cook! Simple traditional home baking and cooking have formed the focus of the Mason Cash terracotta range. Baking and cooking in terracotta has been practiced for centuries and has now been perfected by Mason Cash with rustic, elegant design.
Mason Cash handcrafted British ceramics from Pacific Merchants can be traced back to Derbyshire, England, circa 1800. The nostalgic feel of the Mason Cash pottery “white and cane” glazed earthenware gives a special flavor to whatever you’re whipping up in the kitchen. Cooking icons like Julia Child and Martha Stewart have regularly used Mason Cash mixing bowls and pudding basins. Even the Queen of England and British household rely on Mason Cash pudding basins for Christmas pudding gifts—a venerated English tradition (see recipe for a traditional Christmas pudding). With a full array of sizes, a unique best-seller is the impressive 14 inch diameter Mason Cash bread bowl. Oversized proportions make it perfect for kneading bread and preparing favorite family recipes. When finished, this impressive example of Mason Cash pottery is beautiful all year long as a centerpiece for holding fresh fruit.