This 2.27-carat shield-cut rhodonite is selling for $567.50 in the “Gems for Amazonia” sale, organized to aid the region that has been devastated by wildfires.
New York—Did you miss out on some jewelry news while enjoying the last bit of summer? Here are five stories to catch you up.

1. Hong Kong Jewelry Show to Proceed Despite Concerns
Major trade organizations had asked to postpone the fair because of riots in the region.

2. Police on the Lookout for Band of Daylight Robbers
The gang allegedly has carried out gunpoint robberies between 11 and 11:30 a.m. at four jewelry stores in southern California.

3. Check Out the ‘Gems for Amazonia’ Benefit Sale
Diamondoodles’ Hannah Becker and Noelle Habib Gems are selling Brazilian colored stones to raise money for Amazon Watch.

4. Clothing Rental Service Plans to Acquire Lord & Taylor
Le Tote will keep the retailer’s 38 locations open for now, but redevelopment may be on the table in 2021.

5. JIS, Centurion South Beach Will Co-Locate Again in October
Both are slated for Oct. 4 to 7 at the Miami Beach Convention Center.

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