Game, set, match! The US Open is in full swing and we’re all about tennis. Of course, since we love jewelry, we can’t help thinking about tennis bracelets. The tennis bracelet is known as a flexible bracelet with diamonds (usually of the same size) set closely together, one after the other, in a line all the way around the wrist. Tennis bracelets come in all shapes and sizes and while primarily known as a diamond bracelet, other gemstones are often used in this design.
The term tennis bracelet actually got its name from a jewelry malfunction involving tennis player Chris Evert during a US Open match in 1987. While playing her match, the clasp of her diamond line bracelet broke open and fell off her wrist. She then asked officials to stop the match until the bracelet was found. Since that time, the diamond line bracelet has been referred to as a tennis bracelet.
We’re serving up some of the best looks in tennis bracelets that we think you’ll love. Read on and let us know which design is your favorite.
Alson Signature Collection, 14K White Gold Straight-Line Four-Prong Bracelet Featuring Round Diamonds
Alson Signature Collection, 18K White Gold 7″ Milgrain Link Bracelet, Featuring Round Diamonds
Alson Signature Collection, 18K White Gold Straight Line Four-Prong Bracelet, Featuring Round White and Black Diamonds
Alson Signature Collection, 14K Yellow Gold Straight-Line Three-Prong Bracelet, Featuring Round Diamonds
Alson Signature Collection, 18K White Gold Diamond and Sapphire Bracelet with Round Diamonds and Blue Sapphires
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~Photo featured at top of page courtesy of Norman Silverman.
2 thoughts on “Get In The Game With Tennis Bracelets”
I have a tennis bracelet I would like u sell. Can I send u a picture of it? Full cut diamonds w I think 53 round stones. Rhodium played over yellow 14 k gold. Insured for $11,000. Made by Beatties.
It would be best to bring your bracelet to the store for a more accurate evaluation.