Several years ago I quit wearing my wedding band because it was way too small. I always meant to get it resized but for whatever reason I didn't. I took the ring to Rick Murphy the Jeweler who resized the ring 4 sizes. I got back a ring that looked absolutely new. I was simply amazed that a ring can be made four sizes bigger and look brand new. I definitely will take any future business to Rick Murphy the Jeweler!
Angel was very helpful regarding a repair job. Work was done with perfection. Beautiful store with lovely selections and wonderful staff. Excellent pricing.
Ginger is so sweet and will take lots of time showing you their pieces of jewelry. I will definitely be back!
My rings had been messed up by other jewelers and they fixed them perfectly!!! I will never use another jeweler!!! Thank you for restoring my wedding rings!!!
Mr. Rick Murphey, and the staff at a Rick Murphey the Jeweler are by far the most comprehensive and professional jewelry company in East Texas. With 170 years in the Jewelry business you will not find a better Company to do business with.
Best customer service, very friendly.
I’ve been doing business with Rick Murphey and his store for 15 years. I always have a wonderful experience here. The staff is friendly and the service is great. The prices are fair on both retail items and custom designs. Thank you Rick for all of your service throughout the years! We’ll see you next time.
Gary L Smith
I had my watches repaired here on Monday June 26. I thought I would have drop off and return later for pick up. But, my watches were repaired while I waited that was so awesome. I will be making to store my prime location for jewelry and repair. Please visit and converse with these people because the staff are so nice.
I have used Rick for several pieces repaired or designed....restored an antique (over100 years old) pocket watch, made a broch out of my engagement diamond, custom designed and made earings...he have always done a great job! I recommend them! Great customer service!!!
Turn back the clock to 1861, during a time of mass change in America. The country was still reeling from the Civil War, trying to get back on its feet. In this manner, with grand ideas of providing a valuable service to customers, A.M. "Arch" Murphey opened his own jewelry and watch store in Tyler.