While it tends to pale in comparison to the Oscars and Golden Globes, this year’s SAG Awards did see some exciting jewelry moments. Our story highlighting the red carpet looks from the big night was one of the top stories on National Jeweler last week.
New York—Need to catch up on last week’s jewelry news? Here are five stories to get you started.

1. These Were the Most Exciting SAG Awards Jewels
The metaphorical awards show middle child, held Jan. 27, managed a few sparkling jewelry moments.

2. Gemfields Agrees to Pay $7.6M to Settle Mozambique Lawsuit
The no-admission-of-liability settlement includes the establishment of a system for grievances at Montepuez and creation of community projects.

3. Centurion Changing Dates, Location in 2020
It’s going to a Phoenix hotel that was the site of another jewelry trade show in 2003 and 2004.

4. JSA Reports Jewelry Robbery Spikes in California, Colorado
A string of crimes over the past two weeks have rocked jewelry stores in both states.

5. Tiffany Is Now Telling Consumers the Origin of Its Diamonds
And next year, the jeweler will start sharing information on where stones were cut and polished.

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