These chunky Bleecker and Prince carnelian rings set with white diamonds, black diamonds and rubies were among the pieces featured in our story about jewelry priced under $1,000 that retailers can stock for the holidays.

New York—Want to catch up on the news before you fill up on turkey? We’ve got you covered with these five headlines from last week in the jewelry industry.

1) 13 Pieces Under $1,000 to Stock for the Holidays and Beyond
Hit the self-gifting sweet spot with these 13 jewels that won’t break the bank.

2) Michigan Jeweler, Auctioneer Charged with Wire Fraud
Federal investigators allege Detroit-area jeweler Joseph DuMouchelle faked the purchase and sale of a $16.5 million diamond.

3) In a New Jewelry Book, a Cartier Delves into Her Family
Francesca Cartier Brickell takes a deep dive into the brand’s journey and the four generations that ran it in her soon-to-be-released book.

4) Court Reverses Decision to Drop Thousands from Sterling Case
A federal appeals court handed the women suing Sterling Jewelers for gender discrimination a victory earlier this month, the latest development in the nearly 12-year-old legal battle.

5) A Requiem for Barneys: The Retailer’s Final Days
Associate Editor Lenore Fedow visited Barneys in its last days to bid farewell to the legendary retailer, and check out the sales.

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