The iconic Mason Cash mixing bowl has become a design classic in the kitchen. The Mason Cash Cane mixing bowl was originally designed way back in 1901 and it is still going strong today. Mason Cash mixing bowls are instantly recognisable and are a feature in kitchens across the country. The principles behind the embossed design on the exterior of the bowl is practical as well as decorative as it is designed to provide grip and also make it easy to tip the bowl when mixing. The mixing bowl is heavy enough to stand still when mixing and not move across the worktop, but easy enough to hold in one arm. The bowls have a wide opening and a shallow depth to allow for kneading within the bowl if required. Mason Cash mixing bowls are sold in various numbered sizes. The size denotes the number of bowls that could fit into the kiln in the original factory. This iconic design has spawned a range of patterns and colours that will look great in any kitchen, whether domestic or professional. For a wider range of styles, take a look at Mason Cash Colour Mix Mixing Bowls.