Originally used by Brits to make their classic steamed desserts (sticky toffee pudding, anyone?), these understatedly elegant bowls look just as good on the shelf as they do on the table.
Mason Cash debuted its first collection of earthenware in Derbyshire, England, in 1800. Favored by no less than Queen Elizabeth herself -- she uses its basins when giving Christmas puddings to favorite employees every year -- Mason Cash represents a return to fundamentals: substantial, intelligently designed kitchen essentials crafted with pride.
This classic copper bowl is for so much
more than beating egg whites. It will add a chic, heirloom look to the kitchen, whatever you choose to fill it with. Kitchen > Kitchen Tools > Mixing Bowls. Color: copper, Material: ...
With a design that has remained unchanged for
over 100 years, these mixing bowls are just as beautiful as they are functional. Made from heavy, chip resistant earthenware, with a wide and shallow shape, decorative and functional pattern, and white ...