This turn-of-the-century mixing bowl was made by Mason Cash & Co of Church Gresley, Derbyshire, England. This is a classic piece of kitchenware/kitchenalia. Mason Cash was a competitor of T G Green & Co Ltd.
This 10 1/4" x 4 1/4" tall classic mustard yellow mixing bowl has a white interior and is in good condition. The exterior of the stoneware bowl has a light diamond embossed pattern, typical of this manufacturer. Based on the mark, this bowl was made between 1900 and 1941 and based on the heavy weight of the stoneware is most likely made 1910 - 1920 timeframe.
Condition issues: There are three stilt marks on the bottom inside of the bowl, and two additional stilt marks on the inside rim, with some chipping of the overglaze and discoloration of the pit marks. The double set of stilt marks indicate this bowl was fired twice.
This bowl would make a very usable addition to your kitchen or a great gift for someone else's kitchen.
Item ID: 936C
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