Jun 18, 2015 - Mason Cash Pets has been making its stylish Cane line of pet bowls since 1947 and will be bringing the enduring line to the U.S. in July.
Mason Cash & Co was a company, based in , , making a range of and including mixing bowls, pudding basins and petware. They are most well known for their range of 'Cane Bowls'. Mason Cash are part of the Rayware Group.
Mason Cash, the venerable British pottery company, is bringing its classic pet bowls to the U.S. market. Designed for cats, dogs, rabbits and other small critters, the bowls are made of heavy stoneware, making them difficult to tip over.
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Mason Cash Bringing Classic Cane Pet Bowls to U.S.
Mason Cash, the venerable British pottery company, is bringing its classic pet bowls to the U.S. market. Designed for cats, dogs, rabbits and other small critters, the bowls are made of heavy stoneware, making them difficult to tip over. One cool design element: a nontip bowl with angled sides that prevent long-eared dogs from getting food on their ears. Other bowls are colorful or with unique designs. Accompanying place mats are also available. Prices range from $5.99 to $79.99. Go to their for the full range of products. To locate the nearest dealer, email .Hi all! I have tons of dog bowls. While I think stainless is probably one of the best to use, I have the Basis bowls, I also love Fiesta Ware’s glass pet bowls. They’re stylish and made in the USA, as well. I also have ceramic bowls from a woman that makes hand made pottery wheel bowls especially for spaniels with their long ears in mind. They are very nice. Some of the best bowls you can buy are just human pyrex or anchor hocking clear glass bowls in the kitchen supply area of the store. They are made in America, and are sturdy. I have stands for some of the bowls. When Stella was living I found that she ate better out of a bowl that was either in a stand or had a built-in stand. I have some awesome bowls from Bauer pottery that are “high” with a wider base that fit the bill for Stella….later I discovered she had SM (syringomyelia – sic, a neurological disease which has now become common in Cavs) so that is why a higher bowls worked better for her. I also found some Mason Cash bowls at TJ Maxx that were really cheap and are awesome for spaniel’s water bowls.Mason Cash Pets, a Liverpool, England-based subsidiary of Typhoon Homewares LLC, has been making its stylish Cane line of pet bowls since 1947 and will be bringing the enduring line to the U.S. in July.Regardless of size, each Mason Cash pet bowl has been designed to withstand the most vigorous of pets. The cane items are made from heavy stoneware, and their increased weight means the bowls don't get tipped over or pushed around during meal times. The body material ensures food and water is kept cooler for longer periods of time and the thicker lip at the top of the bowl is chip and bite resistant.