Originally used by Brits to make their classic steamed desserts (sticky toffee pudding, anyone?), this understatedly elegant small bowl looks good on the shelf or 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.
Add a splash of retro dash to your
food prep or your table with this speckled, brightly colored bowl. Made of recycled melamine, this bowl is dishwasher safe for easy cleanup, and features a fitted lid to keep everything fresh. ...
Bring cheer to food prep with this brightly
colored mixing bowl. Patented technology fuses high-quality 18/8 stainless steel with melamine and a non-skid bottom to produce a bowl that is not only highly practical but also snazzy enough to double ...