Mayberry Street Miniatures | Review

Mayberry Street Miniatures | Review

It has always been a hobby of mine to collect miniatures, granted I don’t have an expansive collection. I’d like to start by reviewing these four that I already own.

They are from HobbyLobby and the brand is Mayberry Street Miniatures.

1. Miniature Tableware

This package contains 4 plates, 4 knives, 4 spoons, and 4 forks and is priced at $3.99.

Dimensions are as follows:

  • Plate Diameter: 1″
  • Utensil Length: 1″

2. Miniature Pots & Pans

This package contains 8 pieces with removable lids and is priced at $3.99.

Dimensions are as follows:

  • Length: 11/16″ – 1 1/2″
  • Width: 11/16″ – 1 3/16″
  • Height: 1/8″ – 7/16″

3. Miniature Packages & Postcards

This package includes 4 postcards, 1 large package, and 2 small packages and is priced $2.99.

Dimensions are as follows:


  • Length: 3/4″ to 1″
  • Width: 1/2″ to 3/4″
  • Height: 1/4″ to 1/2″


  • Length: 5/8″
  • Width: 1/2″

4. Miniature Potatoes & Vegetable Stir Fry Pan

Package contains 1 semi-large piece and is priced at $1.99.

Dimensions are as follows:

  • Width: 1 9/16″
  • Height: 3/16″

Final Thoughts

Quality: Durable. The pans and pots give a realistic representation of their life sized original. The postmail boxes are made of actual cardboard, thread and there’s even some weight inside, giving the impression of an actual package. The font is perfectly legible, not smudged or anything like that.

Price: Affordable. Each miniature ranges from 1.99- 3.99.

The tableware and mail packages are my favorite ones. I only have one complain. The postcards could have used a bit more detail. They feel very simple as opposed to the realistic and detailed packages.

When I have the resources and time, I’d like to put together ‘rooms’ or scenes but my enjoyment comes mostly from collecting and photographing them. Mayberry Street miniatures also make great additions as props to pictures, giving them a cute yet minimal burst of color.

And yes… my purchase of mail packages and postcards were absolutely encouraged by Klaus and the fact that they looked so well made sealed the deal for me.

This is my first time reviewing miniatures but any tips or criticism is highly encouraged. I plan to expand my collection.