The sale of this 5,655-carat rough emerald uncovered in Zambia was one of the news highlights last week.
New York—Need to catch up on last week’s jewelry news? Here are five stories to get you started.

1. This Is Who Bought Gemfields’ 5,655-Carat Emerald
It is an Indian company known for its high-end colored gemstone jewelry.

2. As Argyle Nears Its End, Prices for Reds and Pinks Soar
The most valuable diamond sold at this year’s tender, a 2.28-carat fancy purplish-red, toppled a record set just last year.

3. See Tiffany’s Magical Holiday 2018 Ads
It’s the latest installment of the “Believe in Dreams” marketing campaign, which has earned the jeweler accolades.

4. The First Full Collection Using Greenland Gems Is Coming
A Danish jeweler is launching it, with the priciest piece topping $40,000.

5. Day’s Jewelers Opens First Freestanding Store
The independently owned chain’s newest addition in Nashua, New Hampshire is its eighth overall.

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