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About Mason Cash Pets

Your pooch should be as well-outfitted as you are, and Mason Cash Pets puts high style within reach of their furry paws. Feeding bowls and water bowls aren't the only thing this venerable brand makes, however: as the choice of the discerning cook since 1800, Mason Cash makes heritage oven to tableware, tagines, and, of course, the highly sought-after classic Mason Cash mixing bowl. As English as plum pudding (which, incidentally, can be made in one of Mason Cash’s pudding basins), this tableware is as functional as it is good-looking, with roots that can be traced back over 200 years to a pottery operating in Derbyshire, in the heart of England.

Past Sales Featuring Mason Cash Pets

Sale Ended April 09, 2010

Mason Cash Kitchen & Pet Bowls

British potter Mason Cash has been making its distinctive cream-colored ceramic bakeware since the early 19th century. See why the brand has such a cult following — and why it’s used in the British royal family’s kitchens — with this sale of ramekins, mixing bowls, pudding basins and bakers. There’s also a smattering of cat saucers and dog bowls for your fine four-legged friends.

Sale Ended September 08, 2010

Make Room For Fall Trends: Beautiful Brights

Add a pop of color to your home with these eye-catching textiles, furniture and decorative objects. Highlights include the cotton-twill Swallows pillows from thomaspaul, Hudson and Orion rugs from Missoni Home, stunning Sala dining chairs from Ligne Roset and candy-colored aluminum planters from PAD Outdoor.

Sale Ended November 25, 2013

Cat-tacular: Feline-Friendly Must-Haves

This sale’s not for the dogs: We’re pleased to present our first sale just for cats. There's everything from scratching posts to stylish collars (even something called a “wild wobbler”) that’ll have claws around the world clicking on “Add to Cart.”

Sale Ended November 08, 2010

Mason Cash Kitchen & Pet

English potter Mason Cash has been making its distinctive cream-colored ceramic bakeware since the early 19th century. See why the brand has such a cult following—and why it’s used in the British royal family’s kitchens—with this sale of ramekins, mixing bowls, pudding basins, and bakers. There’s also a smattering of cat saucers and dog bowls for your fine four-legged friends.