Mason Cash Innovative glass dough mat, 2008.193
The Innovative Kitchen Mat offers smart solutions for everyday kitchen needs with a measurement guide and gear chart. The mat is made of tempered glass and is ideal for rolling out dough. It can also be used for preparing fruit and vegetables. The mat is heat resistant to 180°C and the non-slip feet help secure it in use. It is easy to clean, odour and stain resistant.
- The mat or kitchen cutting board
- circular dough scale on which conversion factors for weights, measures, capacities and temperatures are printed
- made of tempered glass resistant to temperatures up to 180°C
- non-slip feet
- Stain and odour resistant
- dimensions: 45 x 35 x 10 cm
- hand wash recommended
The Mason Cash stoneware collection brings a wide range of kitchen products to your kitchen, that you'll love not only for their beautiful design, but especially for their clever, multi-functional use. The designers have put thought into each product so that it not only functions as a beautiful decoration, but manages to be a multi-purpose item that brings a modern look and functionality to your kitchen.
An icon of British design
Cookware that is made from high quality stoneware, which is admittedly heavier than ceramic orother clay materials, but is much more resistant to abrasion or scratches. But the weight of the cookware is a great advantage, not only in that it stays put when stirring or kneadingthe stoneware in place, it's just balanced enough that you'll have no problem holding it in one hand.
Mason Cash = pieces of old England that you just have to love
The origins of the brand, under which fancy English stoneware is sold, go back to the pottery in the town of Church Gresley in the early 19th century. at the heart of the English pottery industry. The town was close to both sources of raw material and the fuel needed for the kilns, and was perfectly situated for transport. The pottery industry prospered, characterised by white and cane-coloured kitchen vessels as a result of the colouring of the local clay. Initially the pottery was run by several masters, the most prominent of whom was William "Bossy" Mason, after whom it was eventually named. In 1901, Tom Cash bought the firm and renamed it Mason Cash & Co, and in the same year the firsticonic bowl, the design of which has seen little change to this day. And yet it still has a place in today's kitchen. Or is that why?
Thanks to its wide range, which includes not only kneading bowls, but also, for example, baking dishes, ceramic measuring cups andfor various ingredients, multifunctional kitchen utensils or dining sets , you will love and really enjoy the products of this brand.