Over one hundred years of earthenware history is ingrained in every Mason Cash mixing bowl. Inspired by 19th-century folk tales, these In The Forest mixing bowls are coated in a red color and embossed with hedgehog-patterned exteriors, whereas the interiors remain bright white. The hedgehog in the forest design pattern is chip-resistant and aids in grip relief when hand mixing. The mixing bowls are freezer and dishwasher safe while their 1.25-quart capacity is great for smaller mixing tasks. Adore the hedgehog embossed mixing bowls and keep the Mason Cash ‘heritage’ alive in your home kitchen.
Mason Cash In the Forest S30 (1.25 Qt) Embossed Red Hedgehog Mixing Bowls (Set of 2) Features:
- One set of two 1.25 Qt Mixing Bowls
- Red color with a hedgehog forest pattern exterior
- Pronounced white interior for easy mixing identification
- Chip-resistant construction
- Oven-safe up to 320°F / 160°C
- Use to mix bread and cakes or serve fruits or a salad
- To avoid cracking & chipping, Mason Cash mixing bowls are NOT recommended for use with electric hand mixers or metal utensils
- Dishwasher safe
- Freezer safe
- Diameter: 8.25"
- Height: 3.93"
- Capacity: 1.25 quarts
- No manufacturer's warranty
- Made in Portugal
The Mason Cash Heritage
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’ colored earthenware that Mason Cash is known. The classic mixing bowl was first fired in 1901 with an exterior pattern design that is still seen in current products. While the Mason Cash brand evolves and innovates for the kitchen's modern needs, they promise to uphold the English Heritage that has brought such great designed and useful earthenware and kitchenware. Mason Cash is fully committed to bringing the highest quality, superb function, and beautiful design aspects to all their products; after all, they have been the first choice for the home cook and baker for decades.
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