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Preparation

Whether you’re a beginner, advanced or professional cook, mixing bowls are one of the most utilised of kitchen items. Handmade from porcelain, our bowls are versatile and durable - use for kitchen prepping, baking and serving.

Carbon Neutral since 2020

With an elegant and timeless design aesthetic, Mud Australia thoughtfully creates porcelain homewares that are designed to last.

From our studio in Sydney we hand make every porcelain plate, actively building relationships with the people who buy and love our products across the world.

Sustainability is built into our design DNA. Our products eschew seasonality, complement any interior, and are made to last. All new additions to our range are designed to be useful and complement existing designs. We believe in conscious and responsible consumption, and this starts with good design.

We've always been dedicated to reducing our environmental footprint and our commitment to become carbon neutral was proudly achieved by the end of 2020.

View our sustainability mission

Timeless porcelain mixing bowls

Our timeless collection of porcelain mixing bowls is designed by Shelley Simpson and handmade in our Sydney studio. Available in 6 shades, our collection is as much about self-expression as it is about functionality.

Whether it’s an extravagant dinner party or a simple weekday meal, our mixing bowls are a versatile piece for prepping, baking and serving.

Pictured: Carafe Medium, Mixing Bowl Small and Mixing Bowl Large. Photography by Leif Prenzlau.

Porcelain mixing bowls, designed to last

Mud Australia mixing bowls are proudly made in Sydney. Our pouring team is trained in-house and use a combination of experience and intuition to cast each piece. The beauty of our pieces can be attributed to the hand-made process and human touch.

Using porcelain clay sourced directly from Limoges, France, our bespoke colours are mixed in-house. The pigment is tinted to the body at slip stage to provide colour depth.

Clear glaze is applied to the interior of each piece, leaving the exterior with a vitrified stone-like surface that becomes smooth with handling.

Our bakeware is food safe and can, with some care, be used in the oven, microwave and dishwasher. Explore our cookware collection, from porcelain preparation pieces to bakeware and build your Mud Australia collection.

Photography by Becca Crawford.

Discover our collection of handmade mixing bowls online

At Mud Australia, we believe that there is elegance, quality and versatility in simplicity. Our minimalistic and functional Australian ceramics embody this belief to offer a contemporary design solution to any architectural environment.

Our handmade mixing bowls fit perfectly into any home and make the perfect gift. Our pieces can be built upon as your needs evolve and if there’s a double-up (it happens) we have a flexible exchange policy that makes gifting easy.

Our experienced team can advise on how to create the perfect porcelain collection, via virtual design consultation or in person at your nearest Mud Australia store.

Whether it’s a gift for someone special or an item for your own home, our porcelain collection can elevate and personalise your space with a timeless design aesthetic.

Pictured: Pudding Bowl. Recipe and photography by Camille Becerra.

FAQs

What bakeware does Mud Australia sell?

Our timeless collection of bakeware is designed by Shelley Simpson and handmade in our Sydney studio. Available in up to 6 shades, our Bakeware collection is as much about self-expression as it is about functionality.

Explore our cookware collection, from porcelain preparation pieces to bakeware and build your Mud Australia collection.

What are Mud Australia mixing bowls made from?

Our handmade mixing bowls are made in our Sydney studio from high-quality porcelain clay sourced directly from Limoges, France.

Is your ceramic mixing bowls, dishwasher and microwave safe?

Our porcelain mixing bowls are food safe and can, with some care, be used in the oven, microwave and dishwasher.

In the dishwasher, make sure items are not touching. To avoid scratches on the glaze ideally your porcelain will either be stored in plate racks or use linen/felt between each item.

Sudden changes in temperature (eg. from freezer to oven / from oven to cold bench) is likely to cause thermal shock, which will damage your porcelain. Always put cold items onto wire racking when placing in a hot oven. Always place very hot items onto either wood or cloth.