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The Diamond Tennis Bracelet


Diamond bracelets have been popular for a long time. The wrist is an ideal location to display the beauty and sparkle of diamonds, as the movement of the hand helps display the brilliance of light as it plays with the cut of the stones. There are various settings and clasps that can be used with a diamond bracelet, and must be considered carefully, as you might have significant value both emotionally – if it was a valued gift – and also in terms of monetary value. You don’t want to lose your favourite piece of jewellery because of a poor clasp.

Chris Evert, the famous professional tennis player, did just that, lost her diamond tennis bracelet during an intense match with her opponent. Having discovered that the clasp to her bracelet broke during play, she asked the officials to hold the match until they were able to find her bracelet. Highly publicised and viewed, the association quickly became popular and now these wrist pieces are typically referred to as diamond tennis bracelets.

There is a wide selection of styles for this popular form of diamond jewellery in existence today, limited only by the creativity of the jeweller and the public’s demand. You may prefer embellished tennis bracelet sets, vintage diamond bracelets, custom designer diamond bracelets, or antique bracelets. There are many options to choose from and much depends on your style and taste, though any of the choices make impressive and appreciated gifts.

Another interesting aspect of the diamond bracelets development over time is the increase in men’s bracelet popularity, they are not just for women any more. You can typically choose between platinum, white gold, or yellow gold for the bracelet set itself, and your selection of loose diamonds for placement will have a good deal of impact on your jewellery pieces beauty, desirability and value.

As far as diamond jewellery is concerned, the diamond tennis bracelet is here to stay as a hugely popular and beautiful means of showing your love or appreciation as a gift. One need not play tennis to appreciate the beauty and ownership of these custom diamond jewellery pieces.