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Mason Cash Fox Embossed Mixing Bowl - 4.25 Quart

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Product description

Mason Cash has been the choice of home cooks and bakers for centuries.

The In the Forest Fox Mixing Bowl has a 4.25-quart capacity and measures 11-1/2 inches in diameter and 5-1/2 inches high. Shaded in Cream, this mixing bowl is intricately embossed with forest scenes inspired by folk tales of the mid-19th century. The white glossy interior makes it easy for users to see the color and consistency of mixture ensuring the perfect result every time!

Made of high quality, chip-resistant earthenware, they are heavy enough to counter the tendency to move during manual mixing, yet light enough to hold comfortably in one arm. The patterned exterior is designed to help grip the bowl, whilst also enhancing its timeless elegance. It complements other products from the In The Forest range, making them ideal for different mixtures.

Mason Cash is fundamentally rooted in its English heritage. Over the centuries, they have developed a great understanding of the requirements and expectations of cooks, producing innovative, functional, effective kitchenware and utilizing the best quality materials possible to produce the very best items that exceed consumers’ expectations. Designed in the UK, Manufactured in Portugal.

Mason Cash Fox Embossed Mixing Bowl - 4.25 Quart



ISSN: 0974-6242
e- ISSN: 2456–2610

Biomedical and Pharmacology Journal (BPJ) is an international, peer reviewed quarterly research journal. The journal seeks to promote research, exchange of scientific information, consideration of regulatory mechanisms that affect drug development and utilization, and medical education in the challenging and evolving pharmaceutical and biomedical fields.  BPJ is abstracted and indexed in almost all reputed National and International agencies.

Abbreviation of Journal : Biomed. Pharmacol. J.
DOI Prefix : 10.13005
Frequency : Quarterly (March, June, September, December)
Published by : Oriental Scientific Publishing Company
Editor in Chief : Prof. Juei-Tang Cheng
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