This specimen, showing emerald on calcite, is from the Coscuez Mine in Boyaca, Columbia and is one of several emerald specimens that will be on display in New York’s Wilensky gallery this fall.
New York—On summer vacation last week? Here are five jewelry news stories you might have missed.

1. An Important Group of Emerald Specimens Is Coming to NYC
“Magnificent Emeralds: Fura’s Tears” will run at the Wilensky gallery in Manhattan this fall, showcasing 25 exceptional emerald examples.

2. Judge Grants Barneys Access to Financing Offer
The retailer can now use the remainder of its $218 million in specialty financing to stay afloat while it searches for a buyer.

3. What Is ‘Salmon Gold,’ and Why Is Tiffany Using It?
The jeweler joins Apple in adopting a new initiative that combines re-mining with fish habitat restoration.

4. JC Penney May Be Delisted, Warns NYSE
The retailer’s shares have been trading below $1 for nearly 30 consecutive business days, which is grounds for delisting.

5. The Smart Lab: 5 Ways to Spot a Trustworthy Social Agency
Emmanuel Raheb, CEO of Smart Age Solutions, shares tried-and-true methods of finding the best agencies.

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