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Cook N Home
$36.49 $32.84

The Cook N Home 6-Piece Stainless Steel Mixing Bowl Set is ideal for all prep work in the kitchen. This set includes a 5-quart, 3-...quart, and 1.5-quart mixing bowl. Each comes with a plastic cover that fits securely. Materials: High quality stainless... read more

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Imperial Home
$28.49

Stainless steel bowls designed extra deep to prevent spills and splatter. For balance and support, each stainless steel mixing bow...l has a flat base with non-skid silicone base. Easy to use and clean., dishwasher safe, and has a Satin exterior with a... read more

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Paderno World Cuisine
$51.19

Produced with the highest grade materials Satisfaction Ensured. Package Quantity: 1 Excellent Quality. Great Gift Idea.

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$27.02

Be prepared for any recipe with the heavy-duty stainless steel mixing bowl. The rolled edges provide an easy and durable grip for ...mixing pastas, doughs, and salads while the stainless steel construction holds temperature. Available in multiple sizes,... read more

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Vollrath
$20.79

Bowl features bright mirror finish 18-0 stainless steel Flat bottom Color: Silver.

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Cuisinart
$39.99

1. 5 quart 3 quart and 5 quart. Dishwasher safe. Freezer safe. Stainless steel heads. Lids included. Great for storing leftovers i...n refrigerator or freezer. read more

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American Metalcraft
$9.99

The double-wall constructed bowl keeps cold foods cold and looking cool in this all design. Made of stainless steel material. This... product features 60-ouce capacity. Comes in round shape. Measures 6-inch diameter. read more

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BergHOFF
$149.99

Set includes 1 batter bowl, protection ring, cover, & whisk. Constructed from long-lasting 18/10 stainless steel. Dishwasher-safe.... 3-layer capsule base feature. Cover contains pouring holes for simple pouring. Safe for heating sources. The BergHOFF Hotel Line 4 Piece Stainless Steel Batter Bowl Set is made of stainless steel so you can whisk, beat, and mix with abandon. This convenient set includes a lid for easy pouring and a whisk designed for quick whipping of your favorite ingredients. The bowl includes a special layer on the bottom that allows you to place it on a heat source safely so you can warm up your ingredients. read more

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Bonny Culinary
$25.35

Bowl, stainless steel with Rubber Base 3-quart stainless steel mixing bowl with non-slip, rubber base.

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Mason Cash
$35.00

A timeless classic, updated for modern cooks-this mixing bowl pairs Mason Cash's original Cane pattern with a pop of bright green ...color. Available in a variety of sizes, these bowls are perfect for mixing cookie and bread dough, cake and waffle batter and everything in between. Made from high-quality, chip-resistant earthenware, pretty and practical Cane mixing bowls are dishwasher, microwave, freezer and oven safe. 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. read more

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Sur La Table
$30.00 $23.96

With three sizes to tackle any mixing task, this nesting set of mixing bowls is great for baking, meal prep and more. Durable and ...attractive, melamine cleans up easily in the top rack of the dishwasher. read more

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$17.89

Prepare your favorite dishes using this mixing bowl featuring stainless steel construction for durability and easy cleaning. This ...bowl comes with an extra-wide bottom for enhanced stability. Flat, extra deep bottom holds steady for mixing Stainless... read more

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DOZENEGG
$35.75

"Dimensions: DOZENEGG Mixing Bowl .75 Qt. 6.25" H 1.75", 1.5 Qt. 7.75", H 1.75", 3 qt.: 91/2" h 21/2", 4 qt. 10.625" H 3.5", 5 qt.... 11.75" H 3.37", 8 qt. 13.5" H 3.5, Great for making batches of muffins, making a seasoning mix, or melting... read more

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Fiesta
$85.00

Brighten up your kitchen functionality with the fun, vibrant colors of this 8-piece lidded mixing bowl set by Fiesta. The bowls al...l feature a different solid color characteristic of Fiesta, fitted lids, and nest together for ease of storage. read more

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Linden Sweden
$30.46

Jonas 18/10 Stainless Steel Whipping Bowls are commercial-quality mixing bowls, sturdy and ready for mixing ingredients for your f...avorite recipes. The inside accurate gradation includes both American and European measurements. The flat bottom design increases stability and ease of use. The open lip allows for a secure hold when pouring and whipping. Available in 3 sizes. read more

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BergHOFF
$39.99

Dimensions: 8.07 diam. x 4.72H in.. Stainless steel bowl with rubber lid. Hand wash recommended. Rubber base prevents skidding. Fe...atures an air-tight lid. The BergHOFF Orion Stainless Steel Mixing Bowl with Lid boasts a special layer on the bottom that... read more

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ALL-CLAD
$170.00 $99.95

Convenient, easy-to-clean handles ensure a good grip while you're stirring ingredients in these mixing bowls made of the brand's h...igh-quality heavy-gauge stainless steel. Style Name:All-Clad Set Of 3 Stainless Steel Mixing Bowls. Style Number: 5521639. Available in stores. read more

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Norpro
$6.84

Ideal for mixing, prepping and serving. This bowl is a seamless, one-piece construction with a wide handle rim made of durable sta...inless steel. read more

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Cuisinart
$39.99

Cuisinart Set Of 3 Stainless Steel Mixing Bowls With Lids. This set has bowls to handle any task, all in sets of three. Choose fro...m stainless steel with lids or colorful plastic with silicone thumb grips. read more

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Mason Cash
$34.00

First manufactured by Mason Cash in 1901, the Cane mixing bowl's distinctive shape and embossed pattern has remained popular with ...cooks for generations. Available in a variety of sizes, these bowls are perfect for mixing everything from extra-large batches of bread dough to pancake batter for two. Made from high-quality, chip-resistant earthenware, pretty and practical Cane mixing bowls are dishwasher, microwave, freezer and oven safe. 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. read more

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Oxo
$99.99 $59.99

Your partners in prep! Three nesting bowls with brushed stainless steel interiors and plastic exteriors retain temperatures for mi...xing, marinating and chilling, while also protecting your hands from extreme temps when serving. Convenience comes easy... read more

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Cuisinart
$39.99

Cuisinart Set Of 3 Stainless Steel Mixing Bowls With Lids. This set has bowls to handle any task, all in sets of three. Choose fro...m stainless steel with lids or colorful plastic with silicone thumb grips. read more

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Paderno World Cuisine
$202.01 $145.49

durable constructionnsf approveddishwasher safecommercial qualitystable and built to last

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Mason Cash
$35.00

A timeless classic, updated for modern cooks-this mixing bowl features Mason Cash's original Cane pattern in a cream color to comp...lement any décor. Available in a variety of sizes, these bowls are perfect for mixing bread and cookie dough, brownie and cake batter and everything in between. Made from high-quality, chip-resistant earthenware, pretty and practical Cane mixing bowls are dishwasher, microwave, freezer and oven safe. 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. read more

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All-clad
$149.99 $99.99

Mix, serve and store. This high-performance bowl set is constructed with durable stainless steel interiors and hand-polished, magn...etic stainless-steel exteriors. Set includes 1.5, 3 and 5-quart bowls. Dishwasher safe. read more

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Mason Cash
$61.00

First manufactured by Mason Cash in 1901, the Cane mixing bowl's distinctive shape and embossed pattern has remained popular with ...cooks for generations. Available in a variety of sizes, these bowls are perfect for mixing everything from extra-large batches of bread dough to pancake batter for two. Made from high-quality, chip-resistant earthenware, pretty and practical Cane mixing bowls are dishwasher, microwave, freezer and oven safe. 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. read more

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Mason Cash
$38.00

First manufactured by Mason Cash in 1901, the Cane mixing bowl's distinctive shape and embossed pattern has remained popular with ...cooks for generations. Available in a variety of sizes, these bowls are perfect for mixing everything from extra-large batches of bread dough to pancake batter for two. Made from high-quality, chip-resistant earthenware, pretty and practical Cane mixing bowls are dishwasher, microwave, freezer and oven safe. 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. read more

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Mason Cash
$45.00

A timeless classic, updated for modern cooks-this mixing bowl features Mason Cash's original Cane pattern in a beautiful powder bl...ue color. Available in a variety of sizes, these bowls are perfect for mixing bread and cookie dough, brownie and cake batter and everything in between. Made from high-quality, chip-resistant earthenware, pretty and practical Cane mixing bowls are dishwasher, microwave, freezer and oven safe. 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. read more

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Mauviel
$189.95

Mauviel mixing bowl is as helpful as it is attractive. Perfect for a variety of mixing tasks, the unlined copper interior is espec...ially useful for egg whites because of its superior ability to stabilize egg whites. Corrosion-resistant copper mixing bowl will last and keep its copper sheen for a long time. Made in France. read more

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Mason Cash
$35.00

A timeless classic, updated for modern cooks-this mixing bowl pairs Mason Cash's original Cane pattern with a pop of cheerful turq...uoise color. Available in a variety of sizes, these bowls are perfect for mixing pie and cookie dough, waffle and brownie batter and everything in between. Made from high-quality, chip-resistant earthenware, pretty and practical Cane mixing bowls are dishwasher, microwave, freezer and oven safe. 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. read more

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Mason Cash
$45.00

A timeless classic, updated for modern cooks-this mixing bowl features Mason Cash's original Cane pattern in a cream color to comp...lement any décor. Available in a variety of sizes, these bowls are perfect for mixing bread and cookie dough, brownie and cake batter and everything in between. Made from high-quality, chip-resistant earthenware, pretty and practical Cane mixing bowls are dishwasher, microwave, freezer and oven safe. 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. read more

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Cook N Home
$36.49 $32.84

The Cook N Home 6-Piece Stainless Steel Mixing Bowl Set is ideal for all prep work in the kitchen. This set includes a 5-quart, 3-...quart, and 1.5-quart mixing bowl. Each comes with a plastic cover that fits securely. Materials: High quality stainless... read more

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Baked
$30.00

Classic glass mixing bowls are perfect for kitchen prep, mixing and serving. Lustrously clear tempered glass makes it easy to see ...ingredients for thorough mixing, and each USA-made vessel doubles as an attractive serving piece. Ribbing provides a slip-resistant surface, and the bowls nest for space-saving storage. read more

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Mason Cash
$65.00

First manufactured by Mason Cash in 1901, the Cane mixing bowl's distinctive shape and embossed pattern has remained popular with ...cooks for generations. Available in a variety of sizes, these bowls are perfect for mixing everything from extra-large batches of bread dough to pancake batter for two. Made from high-quality, chip-resistant earthenware, pretty and practical Cane mixing bowls are dishwasher, microwave, freezer and oven safe. 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. read more

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Mason Cash
$35.00

A timeless classic, updated for modern cooks-this mixing bowl features Mason Cash's original Cane pattern in a beautiful powder bl...ue color. Available in a variety of sizes, these bowls are perfect for mixing bread and cookie dough, brownie and cake batter and everything in between. Made from high-quality, chip-resistant earthenware, pretty and practical Cane mixing bowls are dishwasher, microwave, freezer and oven safe. 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. read more

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KitchenAid
$49.99

Kitchenaid Stainless Steel Mixing Bowl With Ergo Handle For 6-Qt. Mixers Kn2b6peh. This 6-qt. stainless steel mixing bowl features... an ergonomic comfort handle. Both handsome and durable, it fits all KitchenAid stand mixer models that start with KD26,... read more

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Mason Cash
$40.00

A timeless classic, updated for modern cooks-this mixing bowl features Mason Cash's original Cane pattern in a cream color to comp...lement any décor. Available in a variety of sizes, these bowls are perfect for mixing bread and cookie dough, brownie and cake batter and everything in between. Made from high-quality, chip-resistant earthenware, pretty and practical Cane mixing bowls are dishwasher, microwave, freezer and oven safe. 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. read more

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$53.99

Suitable for serving or for food preparation, the Rosle Deep Bowl makes a great addition to your kitchen. Crafted from sleek stain...less steel, this useful bowl is equipped with a pouring rim and a flat, even base for added stability. read more

$39.99

Got some ingredients that need mixing? Maybe the set of 3 BIA Mixing Bowls is exactly what you need. Each a different size, these ...bowls are a nice shade of white and made of elegant porcelain. read more

Mason Cash
$45.00

First manufactured by Mason Cash in 1901, the Cane mixing bowl's distinctive shape and embossed pattern has remained popular with ...cooks for generations. Available in a variety of sizes, these bowls are perfect for mixing everything from extra-large batches of bread dough to pancake batter for two. Made from high-quality, chip-resistant earthenware, pretty and practical Cane mixing bowls are dishwasher, microwave, freezer and oven safe. 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. read more

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All-Clad
$170.00 $99.95

Stackable 5, 3, And 1-1/2 Quart Mixing Bowls/ Made Of Highly Polished 18/10 Stainless Steel/ Side Handles Provide Exceptionally Fi...rm Grip/ Stainless Steel Finish read more

Mason Cash
$45.00

A timeless classic, updated for modern cooks-this mixing bowl pairs Mason Cash's original Cane pattern with a pop of cheerful turq...uoise color. Available in a variety of sizes, these bowls are perfect for mixing pie and cookie dough, waffle and brownie batter and everything in between. Made from high-quality, chip-resistant earthenware, pretty and practical Cane mixing bowls are dishwasher, microwave, freezer and oven safe. 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. read more

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Mason Cash
$40.00

A timeless classic, updated for modern cooks-this mixing bowl features Mason Cash's original Cane pattern in a beautiful powder bl...ue color. Available in a variety of sizes, these bowls are perfect for mixing bread and cookie dough, brownie and cake batter and everything in between. Made from high-quality, chip-resistant earthenware, pretty and practical Cane mixing bowls are dishwasher, microwave, freezer and oven safe. 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. read more

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$32.49

Constructed of high-quality, durable stainless steel with a mirrored finish, this set of mixing bowls are functional and stylish. ...The bowls come in three sizes, so you have the perfect bowl for whatever you need. Best of all, the bowls are easy to... read more

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Imperial Home
$69.00 $54.99

Quality meal preparation set made with stainless steel, silicone, and plastic, great for those who love cooking and baking Size: L...arge. Color: Silver. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. read more

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Mason Cash
$40.00

A timeless classic, updated for modern cooks-this mixing bowl pairs Mason Cash's original Cane pattern with a pop of bright green ...color. Available in a variety of sizes, these bowls are perfect for mixing cookie and bread dough, cake and waffle batter and everything in between. Made from high-quality, chip-resistant earthenware, pretty and practical Cane mixing bowls are dishwasher, microwave, freezer and oven safe. 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. read more

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Paula Deen
$30.99

Mix it up in the kitchen with joy and a double dash of speckled color provided by the Paula Deen Signature Collection Enamel on St...eel 2-Piece Mixing Bowl Set. The sturdy pair of enamelized steel bowls includes a 1.5-quart and 3-quart bowl, perfect for... read more

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BergHOFF
$39.99

Dimensions: 8.07 diam. x 4.72H in.. Stainless steel bowl with rubber lid. Hand wash recommended. Rubber base prevents skidding. Fe...atures an air-tight lid. The BergHOFF Orion Stainless Steel Mixing Bowl with Lid boasts a special layer on the bottom that keeps it from slipping while you mix. This large stainless steel bowl includes an air-tight lid that keeps your ingredients fresh until ready for use. The durable material ensures long-lasting life, and it's easy to clean with a quick hand washing. read more

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