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Wilcox Jewlers Clock Mainstreet Sullivan MO
Wilcox Jewelers

130 W Main St
Sullivan, MO 63080-1910
(573) 468-6714

Our Business Hours:
Monday - 9:00am to 5:00pm
Tuesday - Friday - 9:00am to 5:00pm
Saturday - 9:00am to 2:00pm
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"We will gladly exchange or give store credit for returns. Sorry, no cash refunds.”

"Any diamonds herein invoiced have been purchased from legitimate sources not involved in funding conflict and in compliance with United Nation Resolutions.” 

New items frequently added to the Estate Case!  Our Turquoise Case contains unique pre-owned pieces from rings to bracelets. If your looking for something different you must stop by and look at what's currently in the case!

About Us
Wilcox Jewelers Famous Main Street Clock




Who’d have known, two young kids living on separate farms, miles from each other would grow up, meet, marry and become partners, not only in life but in business. With George running the store and Betty keeping the books, this couple started an adventure that would define the rest of their lives. They knew they wanted to sell quality jewelry and provide the best services than anyone in the area. They did, and it continues to this day.

Upon George’s retirement, his family and employees celebrated with an Open House Retirement party in the jewelry store. On January 5, 2013, many longtime friends and customers came to visit and share stories. He was touched by the abundance of people who passed through to wish him well. Even though George has retired, rest assured his fine business will continue by way of his wife, employees and his children.

On February 2, 2013 the mayor and other city officials presented George with a Plaque of Proclamation to the City of Sullivan. Mayor Tom Leasor chose to honor George in his successful business journey, that being, participating in community events, being trustworthy and consistent, and having integrity. Great pride was shown that day – by Sullivan, family, friends, employees and especially George.

After many years of struggle battling Dementia and Alzheimer’s, George passed away comfortably on August 4, 2014 with many loving family members around him. He led a full and eventful life and will be missed by many who knew and loved him. George has been immortalized and remembered in the jewelry store, by a hanging canvas portrait, provided by his granddaughter, Heidi. There was no way the business could carry on without Georges face and spirit in the store. Betty has now been promoted as owner, adding to her many lists of duties.




From an early age, George taught Bob everything he needed to know about repairing watches. Today, he continues to sit at his bench with the best training any watchmaker should have. Training which consists of Bulova Accutron and Quartz certifications and the American Watchmakers Institute. Working for over 40 years shows dedication and loyalty to his customer and his employer. It also shows how well Bob does his job when people refer to him as the "Clock Doctor". He works on antique, modern, wall, mantle, Grandfather clocks and all kinds of watches. Bob always finds a way to make it work.




Glenn received his college degree in History in 1974, then later he decided to go to work for his Dad and become the stores jeweler. He attended classes to further understand his craft and has after many years of sitting behind the bench, cranked out job after job.

Glenn has worked for numerous years for his Dad in this business, and on September 20, 2014, he put down his jewelers’ tools and became a retired man! He didn’t want to have a big party, so his Mom and fellow co-workers gave him cards and gifts on his last work day. He still pops his head in the front door to "check in".




Two years after the birth of her first child, George had offered Marlys a job to work as a clerk. From there, she continued to grow and learn from her co-workers to become a saleswoman and today she is the best saleswoman in the entire store! Having her diamond certificate from GIA, it gives her more knowledge of diamonds and the tools to help any customer with any jewelry needs. She is fine tuned in the art and craft of machine engraving, restringing, written and verbal appraisals, vintage appraisals, and much more!




Heidi is the oldest grandchild of George and Betty and has been working for them since 1996. Following her mother, Marlys' footsteps, she learns day by day how to prefect her skills in becoming another bestselling saleswoman. Heidi is on her way! Going to college showed Heidi the business side of the store. Every day she does her best to bring her Grandparents' store further into the future. Heidi received her Bachelors of Science in Business Management in 2005 which enables her to help take care of the business. Heidi has also received her diamond certificate from GIA in March of 2010 giving her further knowledge of diamonds, and receiving her Colored Gemstone Certificate from GIA in January 2013.




For the past eight years, we have been most fortunate to have on our staff, Denise Feldkamp, our off-site bench jeweler, now doing all the jewelry repair and remount work. Denise is a hard worker, dedicated to performing exceptional bench work for our customers at a nice turnaround time. She has her own shop and the jewelers amenities needed to do her best work. Most importantly, we trust Denise with every piece we send her.