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Mason Cash Cane Measuring Spoons (Set of 4)
Mason Cash Cane Measuring Spoons (Set of 4) 

Mason Cash - The comprehensive Original Cane Collection from Mason Cash showcases the brand's unique quality and heritage. Inspired by the traditional look of the Cane mixing bowl and crafted from chip-resistant earthenware, these charming measuring spoons are a treat for any budding baker.

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Mason Cash Innovative Kitchen Garlic Store & Grater
Mason Cash Innovative Kitchen Garlic Store & Grater 

Mason Cash - The Innovative Kitchen Collection from Mason Cash puts a modern twist on traditional kitchen needs with its multi-functional and comfortable range of kitchenware. This garlic store is fashioned with air vents to ensure your garlic stays fresher longer and a lid that incorporatesa bulit-in grater for garlic and ginger.

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Mason Cash Set Of 4 Measuring Spoons- Cane
Mason Cash Set Of 4 Measuring Spoons- Cane 

The Mason Cash Cane Measuring Spoons are the perfect addition to any bakers kitchen. Made from chip resistant stoneware, the spoons measure 15ml, 5ml, 2.5ml and 1.25ml Number of Pieces: 4.0 Material: Earthenware Stoneware Care and Cleaning: Dishwasher-safe

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Mason Cash Cane Measuring Cups and Spoons
Mason Cash Cane Measuring Cups and Spoons 

Inspired by the traditional Cane mixing bowl, these measuring essentials from Mason Cash make a welcome addition to any baker's collection. Stacked measuring cups in three sizes create a whimsical milk bottle, complete with flour-shaker lid. Plus, the set of four measuring spoons nest together for compact storage. Made from chip-resistant, dishwasher-safe earthenware, this set easily handles all your measuring needs. The choice of home cooks and bakers for centuries, Mason Cash started as a pottery in the village of Church Gresley, England, in 1800. Run by a series of master potters, the company took its name from the most colorful of the group, "Bossy" Mason. For the next 100 years, the potters turned out exceptional glazed earthenware kitchen items, which were distributed throughout the UK. In 1901, Tom Cash acquired the pottery, renaming it Mason Cash & Co. That same year, they produced the very first iconic Mason Cash mixing bowl, which has stood the test of time and remains a customer favorite today.

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