An image from the fall/winter 2018 David Yurman campaign featuring model Joan Smalls, shot by Peter Lindbergh. The jewelry brand is moving its New York City flagship store from its current location on Madison Avenue and 63rd Street to 57th Street between Madison and Fifth Avenues next year.
New York—Need to catch up on the top jewelry news headlines from the week of Oct. 29? Here are five stories to get you started.

1. David Yurman Relocating NYC Flagship
Next year, the jewelry brand will open its doors amid 57th Street’s row of luxury boutiques.

2. Brother Wolf Donating Proceeds to Pittsburgh Synagogue
The company will give 10 percent of sales during the month of November to the Tree of Life Synagogue, where a mass shooting took 11 lives last weekend.

3. Alrosa Joins De Beers’ Blockchain Platform
This means that the world’s two largest diamond producers are now on board with “Tracr,” which aims to track diamonds from mine to market.

4. 11 Insights on Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining
Experts involved in mining around the globe discussed challenges and opportunities in the sector at the Chicago Responsible Jewelry Conference held last month.

5. JBT Offering Free Webinar on Budgeting
The Jewelers Board of Trade is partnering with Accounting for Jewelers for the session, which will take place this Tuesday, Nov. 6.

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