Antiquaria: Curated Vintage Housewares

Store Profile

Location: online only

Store History

  • Founded by: Bailey Amon and Emma James

Antiquaria is the brainchild of designers/dish hoarders Bailey Amon and Emma James. After diligently collecting dish patterns, pyrex, and mid century pieces for many years, the friends have decided to share their passion with the world and offer up their inspiration and finds to you!

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Antiquaria is the wannabe vintage collector's dream come true. Founded by self-described designers and hoarders, the store was established as a way to showcase and share their passion for antique china, pyrex and mid-century home furnishings. Take a peak at what they've found!Antiquaria was founded by Bailey Amon and Emma James. In addition to stocking their store with their gorgeous antique finds, Antiquaria also provides wedding and gift services. You can register with their store and they'll help curate a collection for you that can even be designed to match your existing heirlooms and housewares. They also design wedding stationary including 'save the date' stamps and return address stamps.

Shown above the jump, from left to right:
1 Casual Dishes, $12-162: A variety of stoneware, milk glass, pottery and glass in fun prints and in a variety of styles such as crock pots, plates and dishes.
2 Glassware, $12-45: Adorable sets of colored and patterned glassware, ranging from 4-8 pieces per set.
3 Textiles, $16-24: Antiquaria currently offers sets of 4 cotton napkins made from a variety of vintage fabrics.
4 Kitchenware, $12-42: Tons and tons of colorful vintage pyrex and casserole dishes along with a small collections of vases, recipe boxes, snack bowls, storage canisters, cheese boards and mixing bowls.
5 Fine China, $12-160: Selection of vintage china includes items such as butter dishes, tureens, serving bowls, serving trays, gravy boats, sugar and creamers sets, and place setting sets.

Find our more at Antiquaria's website, shop and blog.

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