1. Sebastian Conran
This trio of ceramic bowls from Sebastian Conran have easy-pour lips and are lovely for when you need to do hardcore mixing.
2. Mason Cash
Chances are your granny has a Mason Cash mixing bowl. Now, the firm has brought out a set of more modern and colourful bowls.
3. Mason Cash Pouring Bowl
They may not be fancy, nor light, but earthenware mixing bowls are what anyone serious about cooking wants in their cupboards.
4. Jamie At Home
Style-wise, this offers a great fusion of traditional and modern. Better still, there's a wooden spoon and recipe thrown in.
5. Joseph Joseph
This is so much more than a few mixing bowls; hiding in this nest there are also measuring cups, a sieve, and a strainer.
Save time and space with these Mix 'n' Measure Baking Electronic Scales, which allow you to measure and mix simultaneously.
7. OXO Good Grips
The 2.8-litre white bowl has a large capacity and the non-slip bottom means the bowl stays still while you're mixing or whipping.
8. Le Creuset
Most people know Le Creuset for its casserole dishes, but they also make this mixing bowl-cum-jug, which comes in a range of colours.
9. Pampered Chef
These stylish mixing bowls have silicon bottoms and padded thumb holes as well as metric measure markings inside the bowls and lids.
10. Nigela Lawson
These glazed, egg-shaped bowls are great for pouring batters and stirring cake mixes and are pretty enough for the table, too.