Bowled Over with British Pottery

Bowled Over with British Pottery

When it began production in 1800, Mason Cash pottery was favorably sited in Derbyshire county, where natural deposits of clay and coal were abundant. The earthenware items turned out by the pottery were colloquially referred to as “yellow ware,” owing to the cane-colored local clay, or “bargeware,” as the pottery was sent to market packed onto barges. From that time forward, the Mason Cash “cane” mixing bowl, as it’s now fondly known, has had a place of prominence in kitchens and in hearts all across England and beyond.