Mason Cash Lemon Mixing Bowl, Size 12, 11.5" x 5.25" (5.21qts) Product Description:
While Mason Cash products may offer a sweetly nostalgic remembrance of your grandmother’s favorite piece, this line of colorful fruit design mixing bowls is anything but old fashioned. From the vibrant colors to the wonderful fruit raised embellishments, bowls in this line, including this lively lemon yellow large mixing bowl really stand out in the kitchen.
Like all of our Mason Cash bowls, the fruit bowls are made of stunning stoneware pottery. Because of its weight and its ability to retain heat,stoneware is the ultimate material for mixing bowls.The gingham-printed lip and the raised lemon pattern on this bowl not only allows for easy grip, but helps to make the bowl appear lighter than it actually is. The weight of Mason And Cash bowls ensure that bowls don't slide around the countertop as you mix.
Bowls are dishwasher and microwave safe, and withstand freezing and mild warming. Along with our lemon fruit bowlsthis timeless and fun line includes super bowls in a variety of colors and patterns: apple green bowls, oranges mixing bowl, and red strawberry mixing bowls,
About Mason Cash
The English pottery that eventually became Mason Cash originates in the early nineteenth century in Church Gresley, a village in Derbyshire. 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.
Cooking icons like Julia Child and Martha Stewart have regularly used Mason Cash mixing bowls. Even the Queen of England and British Royal household relies on Mason Cash pudding basins and pudding bowls for Christmas gifts.
Mason Cash bowl sets represent a return to fundamentals: kitchen essentials crafted with pride, and meant to last a lifetime. The mixing bowls raised outside pattern hasn’t changed in more than 100 years. Each handcrafted piece is an heirloom that you can hand down to your children.