Mason Cash pudding bowl, 14 cm, white, 2005.005


Mason Cash

Stoneware Original White Pudding Basins designed for the preparation and storage of puddings or baked mixes. More

Product code: 2005.005
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Mason Cash

Stoneware Original White Pudding Basins designed for the preparation and storage of puddings or baked mixes. More

Product code: 2005.005
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Mason Cash pudding bowl, 14 cm, white

A design classic, Mason Cash pudding bowls were first developed in the early 19th century but are still relevant today. The puddingbowl is ideal for preparing puddings or casseroles.It can also be used as a kitchen bowl for preparing or serving a variety of dishes. The vented bottom allows bubbles to escape from underneath the bowl when cooking. The classic shape makes it easy to release the prepared food after cooking. Mason Cash offers pudding or casserole dishes in a wide range of sizes, providing options for every baker and fitting all kitchens.

- Dimensions: height 8 cm x diameter 14 cm, volume 650 ml

- Can be used in the microwave, conventional oven, dishwasher and freezer

- Do not put hot dishes directly into cold water

Original White Pudding Basins

Just as classic and recognisable as the Mixing Bowl, the Original White Pudding Basin combines high quality with a perfectly functional design. Did you know that every year the British Royal Family gives out Christmas puddings to their staff, presented in these bowls from Mason Cash? That's a testament to their high quality!

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 a 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 bowls, ceramic measuring cup s for various ingredients, multifunctional kitchen utensils or dining sets , you will love and really enjoy the products of this brand.

An icon of British design

The crockery, made of high-quality stoneware, is heavier than ceramic or otherIt is also much more resistant to abrasion or scratches. You'll be really surprised at how light the cookware is . The weight of the cookware is perfectly distributed, so that not only does it remain light when stirring or kneadingthe stoneware stays in place, but surprisingly, you'll also have no problem holding it in one hand.

color white