By Brecken Branstrator
This week, National Jeweler put the spotlight on the trillion cut’s comeback and an up-and-coming jewelry designer who’s “One to Watch.”

Gemfields released its plans to partner with New York Fashion Week to promote color for the second year in a row, the Olympics officially ended with the U.S. leaving with the most medals, and one trade show is calling for submissions for its emerging designer competition.

Also this week, three major players--Tiffany & Co., Signet Jewelers and Movado--released their second quarter results.

See it all and more in The Week in Photos.

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