The origins of Mason Cash can be traced back to the early 1800s, in a small English village called Church Gresley. Located at the epicenter of the 19th century ceramic industry, Mason Cash has been crafting ceramic mixing bowls for over 200 years. The region surrounding Church Gresley was known for producing earthenware, commonly referred to as "caneware", because of its yellow hue.
In 1901, Mason Cash produced it's very first iconic mixing bowl, the design of which has changed little over the last century. Today, Mason Cash mixing bowls are easily recognizable and have largely become a staple in British kitchens, both big and small.