Thomas Markle Jewelers celebrates 10 years at Market Street in The Woodlands

The jeweler opened its Market Street store in November 2009. Courtesy Thomas Markle Jewelers
The jeweler opened its Market Street store in November 2009. Courtesy Thomas Markle Jewelers

The jeweler opened its Market Street store in November 2009. Courtesy Thomas Markle Jewelers

Thomas Markle Jewelers marked the 10th anniversary of its retail location opening in The Woodlands in November. The jeweler, first founded in Kingwood in the 1980s, launched its third store in 2009 at 9595 Six Pines Drive, Ste. 950, The Woodlands. Thomas Markle sells a range of jewelry items including rings, necklaces, watches, earrings and cuff links, and it offers services including jewelry appraisals, repairs and custom design. The jeweler also operates a location in Memorial City, while its original Kingwood store closed after sustaining damage in Hurricane Harvey. 281-825-3203. www.thomasmarklejewelers.com
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