By Brecken Branstrator
brecken.branstrator@nationaljeweler.com

More diamond news hit the market this week, with Hennig Tenders announcing that it would host sales of yellow diamonds from two different sources and Lucara selling a 812.77-carat rough diamond for $63 million.



Pandora reported that it cut 55 “multi-branded” retailers in the first quarter, a 90-year-old North Carolina retailer unveiled plans for rebranding after renovation and National Jeweler dove into the history of the dress clip.

Gemfields, meanwhile, reported a third quarter decline in emerald production while Bonhams unveiled a number of carved gemstone pieces from master carver Gerd Dreher that will be for auction in Los Angeles this month.

See it all and more in the week’s photo slideshow.



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