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Located in the historic district, All Things Grand is a gift shop offering a unique selection of fine gifts and decorative accessories, lamps, pictures, accent furniture and baby gifts. Lines carried include, among others: Wilton Armetale; Beatriz Ball; Abigails; Mariposa; Uttermost; Nouvelle candles; Archipelago candles; Two's Company; Toland.
A Bridal Registry is available, featuring china, crystal & flatware from: Waterford; Wedgwood; Vera Wang; Spode; Mikasa; Gorham; Lenox; Dansk; and Reed & Barton.
A second location is in the Gryphon Building, 1027 S. Main St., Joplin, Missouri.
Alpine Shop is an Independent specialty outdoor retailer that provides world class service to our customers by outfitting them with equipment, inspiration and education for their outdoor pursuits. At Alpine Shop, we love and need the mountains, trails, rivers and wild places. They nourish our spirit. Our mission is - with true enthusiasm - to bring or renew this love to our customers and to each person who works with us.
Alpine Shop is an Independent Outfitter located in Kirkwood, Missouri. We pride ourselves on being a specialty outdoor retailer that provides world class service to our customers by outfitting them with equipment, inspiration and education for their outdoor endeavors.
A unique combination of hair salon and boutique in Parkville. You will find a relaxed environment to have your hair quaffed or do a bit of shopping, or both. Some of the latest trends and fun accessories are available.
We sell vintage sewing notions, buttons, lace, fabric fat quarters, Missouri and Hannibal memorabilia. We offer sewing, craft and quilting classes. We have a gentleman's corner to visit while the ladies are shopping.
Our summer hours are daily 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Our winter hours are Fri.-Sat. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. and run Nov. 1 through April 1.
We will be open when the River Boats stop in Hannibal and by appointments for visits if we are not open when you are in town.
Bittersweet has been making soap for more than 15 years, using our own recipe. Our soap is pH balanced to ensure its gentle alkaline effect to the skin. Only the purest essential oils and herbs are used.
Bittersweet Soaps have been featured on Home & Garden Television and included in the “goodie bags” at the Emmy Awards and the American Music Awards.
Wonderful handmade items by local fiber artists. Dealer for Schacht weaving and spinning products, Addi needles and yarns.
Classes in weaving, spinning, knitting, crochet and rug hooking.
Bread of Life Books and Gifts is your one true source in Clinton for inspirational and Christian books, from Bibles to the newest releases. They carry a large selection of gifts featuring Willow Tree, home décor, faith tee shirts and much, much more. Don’t miss the Kids Barn Yard with a nice collection of children’s books, toys, and lots of other fun stuff.
They are located on the East side of the Historic Downtown Square, just one block from the Henry County Museum and just down the street from the Clinton Visitors Center, located in the 1870 Train Depot. Come in and see what unique gift you can find for that special person on your list!
Hand-poured candles and gifts.
This Mennonite-owned shop offers many styles of hand-made wind chimes, plus grandfather, wall, mantle, chime and rhythm clocks.
We offer a wide variety of specialty gifts that can be monogrammed and/or personalized ranging from tote bags to shirts to kitchen accessories to jewelry. Stop in to see our large selection of items!
Chamtiques is a unique shop which features antiques, collectibles and primitive items. You are sure to find something for all ages, from glassware to toys/dolls from the mid-1900s. Take a stroll through yesteryear and enjoy the memories you have, or make new ones to last a lifetime.
The shop boasts a large number of post-WWII hammered aluminum pieces; more than 200 lucky troll dolls; and primitive and antique tools and implements from local farms. Enjoy locally-made products during your visit to Chamois, which is on the south banks of the Missouri River.
Colonial House is a destination store featuring Colonial, Early American reproduction, and high end country and primitive furnishings. We sell only American made furniture and many American made furnishings for your home.
We offer everything for your home from custom lighting, prints, upholstered furniture, wood furniture, textiles, and many accessories.
Vintage, new and re-purposed. Home decor, furniture, antiques and collectibles.
If you're looking for that first vintage watch or just adding to your collection of watches, Cool Vintage Watches will have that special "Piece of Time." Pleased to offer a fantastic array of watches dating from the 1900's through today. Dealing in rare and unique watches since 1997.
We are a small, fun boutique that specializes in Cowgirl Boots and everything that looks good with them! We carry dresses, jeans, jewelry and bling! Sizes S-3XL and 0-21 in Jeans, all at reasonable prices.
Cowgirl Clad Company currently has two locations in Missouri: in Springfield and Branson.
Crane's is one of the few remaining real country stores in the United States. Built in 1926, the current building is located on Old 40 in beautiful downtown Williamsburg. Crane's has been a gathering spot for many generations. Started in 1899 in Mineola, Missouri, Crane's has been the go to place for trade in a 60 mile radius. Carrying groceries, guns, hardware, gas, deli, clothing, boots, and feed, Crane's tries to be a one stop shop. Crane's is famous for its One Meat-One Cheese, Two Dollar sandwiches (all on white bread). They are also famous for their wide selection of Carhartt Clothing, Wolverine Boots, and Filson Outerwear. If you need to be outfitted for whatever the world can throw at you, Crane's can help you out. Crane's ships too! Crane's Country Store since 1926. A true general store that carries everything from boots, bullets, britches and bologna. Now on the 4th generation Crane family ownership.
This Mennonite-owned shop offers bulk foods, both dry and frozen. There is a large selection of hard-to-find spices, grains and flower (items are locally grown/produced). There is a deli with freshly sliced cold cuts and cheeses; party platters can be made to order. Local, farm-fresh produce.
You'll enjoy browsing a unique selection of Hollywood Memorabilia and ancient fantasy decor while enjoying the pleasant smells coming from our fragrance department. Our aim is to provide something different than most other gift shops.
For those playing it safe, we also carry mainstream gifts, and a large greeting card selection.
For our travelers, we carry one of the area's largest selections of souvenir items and T-shirts. Come discover us today in the historic City Market.
European Entitlements is a specialty shop that sells home décor and garden items made in Europe. We carry Irish blankets; French and Swedish linens; German, English, Spanish and Italian table top items, along with jewelry, toys, books on Europe, greeting cards, baskets, candy and food items, and English garden tools and accessories.
Evening Shade Farms is a 30 year old company making natural and organic body products. Shop for wonderful natural & organic soaps, body care products and accessories; essential oils; infant body care products; natural insect repellent; and unique gifts, made here on the farm. Also available are farm fresh eggs, honey, Jim Long (Long Creek Herbs) books, and occasional local artisan products.
Evening Shade Farms hosts Herb Days, in May; and Artisan Affair on memorial weekend; and an Open House on the second weekend in December. Check our website for details.
Check our 'Show Schedule' on the website to see if we are attending a show or festival near you.
Located on Route TT, off of Route 13, seven miles south of Osceola.
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