Inspired by Mason Cash’s storied design heritage, the oven-to-table Enamour Ramekins have an air of nostalgia with a contemporary twist. A white stoneware construction with hand-painted blue trim calls to mind the enamel-coated steel bakeware of the Industrial Revolution and mid-19th century. Yet rising to the demands of today’s convenience-minded cooks, these quaint dishes are not just for the oven anymore—they’re also microwave, freezer, and dishwasher safe.
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Having graced the kitchens of Julia Child and Martha Stewart, Mason Cash cookware can be traced to a pottery operating around 1800 in the English village of Church Gresley. Named for master potter “Bossy” Mason, the company was acquired by Tom Cash in 1901 and incorporated by his son in 1941.