Minnie & Bea's
Our Heirloom China Collection
Featuring Vintage China, Crystal, Stemware and Silverplate Flatware
Do you dream of hosting a vintage-themed afternoon tea … or a little ladies princess party? Will your bridal or baby shower be incomplete without a dose of vintage charm?
We’ve got you covered! Our fun collection of antique and vintage teacups and saucers, cream and sugars, teapots, vintage crystal, heirloom china, and more will add that perfect touch of vintage elegance to your event – at a fraction of the cost of buying it all yourself.
Be sure to visit our Furnishings & Props page for more vintages treasures you'll love! We would be honored to work with you in selecting the perfect pieces to make your special event perfectly vintage and oh-so-memorable!
The Emma Mae Collection
Featuring Noritake's Rosemarie
Noritake has been bringing beauty and elegance to dining since 1904. Our Emma Mae Collection features Noritake's Rosemarie pattern, number 6044, which was produced from 1959 to 1975. The pattern is grounded by white porcelain, with pink roses, gray leaves and a platinum trim. With nearly 100 pieces, our Emma Mae is our largest collection of matched fine china.
Visit our Family History Page to read the story of The Emma Mae Collection.
The Mamie Ruth Collection
Featuring Avon's 1876 Cape Cod Glass Dinnerware
It is thought that Avon introduced its 1876 Cape Code line to commemorate America's Bi-centennial. It was produced from 1975-1993. Our Mamie Ruth Collection features this Avon pattern, reminiscent of the early American pressed glass called Sandwich Glass, and is a vibrant ruby color. This dinnerware is a favorite at Christmastime and pairs beautifully with white milk glass. Our Mamie Ruth Collection boasts more than 60 pieces and is one of our favorite matched sets.
The Adeline Collection
Featuring Johnson Brothers English Ironstone
Founded in Staffordshire, England in the early 1880s, Johnson Brothers is most famous for its transferware, which became popular in the United States for its quality and affordability. Our Adeline Collection features pieces from several popular Johnson Brothers' patterns including Staffordshire Bouquet, Autumns Delight, Coaching Scenes, and The Friendly Village. We especially love how our Adeline Collection lends itself beautifully to celebrating the seasons!
The Jewel Collection
Featuring Mismatched Florals from Poland, Austria & Germany
We adore the mismatched florals in our Jewel Collection! Many of these vintage pieces, made in Poland, Austria and Germany, feature delicate hand-painted florals, scalloped edges, embossed designs, and 24-karat gold gilding. These pieces make a stunning tablescape and pair beautifully with pastel sandwich glass. Our Jewel Collection is a favorite for both formal (because of its elegance) and casual (because of its whimsy) events.
The Lois & Lucille Collection
Featuring Dinnerware used by America's "Greatest" Generation
Our Lois & Lucille Collection celebrates the mid-century American family and the hand decorated dinnerware designs they loved. Manufactured by the Homer Laughlin China Company, founded in Ohio in the early 1870s and still operating today, this American-made dinnerware is both beautiful and utilitarian. Once popular for daily use in kitchens across America, the pieces from our Lois & Lucille Collection will add the perfect vintage charm to your special event.
The Adair Collection
Featuring Early American Prescut by Anchor Hocking
Our Adair Collection features pieces from Anchor Hocking's EAPC Early American Prescut. Pieces produced from 1960-1974 are popular with vintage glass lovers and our collection boasts several hard-to-find items including the footed cake plate, the 9-piece Lazy Susan, and the oil lamp. The serving pieces found in our Adair Collection add a beautiful sparkle to your buffet service.
The Hazel Marie Collection
Featuring Wexford by Anchor Hocking
The clear glass Wexford (aka "waffle") pattern was produced by Anchor Hocking beginning in the 1960s. Our Hazel Marie Collection includes beautiful serving pieces, water and wine glasses, sherbets, and more. The glass in this collection is a beautiful compliment to both a traditional tablescape, as well as one that is more eclectic.
The Tiny Miss Collection
Featuring Specially Selected "Miniatures" and Depression Glass
Your favorite little girl will squeal with delight when she sees the adorable pieces in our Tiny Miss Collection! We've found delightful vintage "minis," combined them with the mismatched florals in our Jewel Collection, and added beautiful depression glass. Our pieces offer the perfect table setting for every little girl to feel like a princess!
Our Rental Packages
Affordable Options for Every Budget
Let's Do Lunch
$4.95 per place
Salad Plate or Bowl
Etched, Cut or Colored Pedestal Glass
Fork, Knife, Teaspoon
It's Tea Time
$3.5 per place
Teacup & Matching Saucer
Seulement Hor D'oeuvres
$3 per place
Snack Set (with plate and cup)
$1.5 per place
Bread & Butter Plate or Berry Bowl
Fork or Spoon
I'm A Little Teapot
$3.95 per place
Snack Plate (no cup) or Dessert Plate
Teacup & Matching Saucer
Plus (with every six guests):
Cream & Sugar
À La Carte
Teacup & Matching Saucer - $1.5
Dinner Plate - $2
Salad Plate or Bowl - $1.65
Dessert Plate - $1.65
Berry Bowl - $1.25
Bread & Butter Plate - $1.25
Serving Bowl - $3
Serving Platter - $3
Cream & Sugar - $3 set
Teapot - $6
Stemware (cut or colored) - $1.5
Stemware (etched) - $2
Snack Set (plate + cup) - $2.5
Snack Plate (no cup) - $2
Sherbets & Dessert Bowls - $1.25
Punchbowl on Pedestal with 24 cups - $12
Serving Bowl - $3
Serving Platter - $3
Serving Platter with Dip Bowl - $3.5
Cream & Sugar - $2 set
Footed Cake Stand - $6
9-Piece Lazy Susan - $6
Teapot - $9
Cream & Sugar - $5
Knife, Fork, Spoon - $0.5 each
Serving - $1
Don't see what you're looking for?? Just ask! We may have it, and if not, are certainly willing to help you find the perfect piece!
Additional items priced upon request. Select vintage décor and accessories are also available. Visit our Furnishings & Props page to see more.
Still have questions? Visit our FAQ page for process details and answers to many of our frequently asked questions.