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Welcome to Cotter Pin Cellar, your Mid-Missouri source for the largest selection of Genuine Fiesta Dinnerware and Tervis Tumblers. Whether you're looking for something for your own home, a gift for a loved one, or registering for that "special" occasion, we're committed to providing you with the best of the Fiesta and Tervis Tumbler Lines at a convenient location just outside of Jefferson City. Take a moment to browse our catalog, use our easy registration page, or contact us with your questions. We're more than happy to assist you with all we can.  Bridal and Gift Registries are Welcome!

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Latest Happenings

Everyone is Invited to our 2017 Holiday Open House.

Featuring:  
Fiestaware, Tervis Tumblers, Melissa & Doug Toys, Wood Dough Bowls, Wood Sugar Molds, Hand-Crafted Wreaths & Swags, Chalk-Painted Furniture and Much More.

The New Fiesta color of "Daffodil" is beautiful and in stock. 

Fridays:       November 3 & November 10              Hours:  3PM - 7PM
Saturdays:   November 4 & November 11              Hours:  10AM - 4PM
Sunday:       November 5                                         Hours:  Noon to 4PM

Evening hours are available by appointment.  Please phone 635-2382 to set up an appointment.

We look forward to seeing you.


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