Mason Cash

A British company, Mason Cash can be traced back more than 200 years to a small pottery near Burton on Trent in 1800.  It produced kitchenware from 'white & cane' glazed earthenware (white clay on the inside, covered in a light brown glaze a similar colour to cane).  The name Mason comes from one of the more colourful Master Potters who ran the pottery, and Tom Cash bought the pottery in 1901 to form the Mason Cash we know today.  Tom Cash designed the iconic Mason Cash cane mixing bowl in 1901 which has not changed since that day and is still the world's favourite mixing bowl.
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