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Diamond Tennis Bracelets
Diamond eternity bracelets are most commonly known as tennis bracelets, bringing shining diamond after diamond set along gold or platinum. Fall in love with a classic diamond tennis bracelet featuring brilliant-cut diamonds, a captivating S-link tennis bracelet or a multi-row tennis bracelet with double or triple the sparkle.
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Prices for diamond tennis bracelets can start at two thousand dollars and go up to over sixty thousand dollars. You can find many gorgeous tennis bracelets at every price point in between, as the cost is determined by the bracelet's total carat weight and the quality of the diamonds.
Diamond tennis bracelets have a truly timeless appeal that never goes out of style. They're a staple in any fine jewelry collection. They've continued to bring elegant sparkle to all types of looks including everyday outfits and more formal occasions.
Like other diamond bracelets, tennis bracelets are measured in total carat weight (ctw). Our diamond tennis bracelets range from 1 ctw. to over 12 ctw. There's no ideal carat size for a tennis bracelet—your choice should depend on your budget, your personal style, your favorite diamond cut and a metal for the look and feel you desire.
The cost of a diamond tennis bracelet is based mainly on the total carat weight and quality of the diamonds. Larger and more brilliant diamonds increase the price of all fine diamond jewelry. The metal can also have an impact on the cost of a tennis bracelet, with rarer metals like platinum fetching a higher price.
Tennis bracelets have a fantastic origin story. A bracelet of this style was worn by former world No. 1 tennis player Chris Evert during the 1987 U.S. Open. When the clasp broke mid-match and the bracelet fell from her wrist, Evert stopped the game to find it. Later, in an interview, she called the beloved piece of jewelry her "tennis bracelet."
Most watches sit flush to the wrist while tennis bracelets can move more fluidly. To wear both together in a stack, secure your watch closest to your hand and allow the tennis bracelet to fit further up your arm. Some people also choose to wear their watch and diamond tennis bracelet on opposite wrists.
Tennis bracelets may be named after the game, but that doesn't mean you need to know how to use a racket to wear one of these beautiful bracelets. Today, wearing a tennis bracelet simply means you appreciate the style of this eternity look.
Yes, diamond tennis bracelets can be worn daily. Diamonds are incredibly durable and the metal of the bracelet, such as gold or platinum, is also a long-lasting choice suited for frequent wear.
With truly timeless appeal, a diamond tennis bracelet makes the perfect gift. Tennis bracelets are commonly gifted for graduations, new moms, anniversaries, birthdays and any other memorable moment.
Tennis bracelets are best set in gold or platinum. We offer women’s and men’s tennis bracelets in platinum, white gold, yellow gold and rose gold.
There is no major difference between tennis bracelets and regular bracelets. A tennis bracelet is identified by its uniform pattern of diamonds that extend throughout the entire piece in an eternity-style setting.
Yes, you can wear your women’s tennis bracelet in the shower. But it’s important to make sure that you don't get any lotions or cleaning products on the bracelet. Doing so can leave residue on the diamonds that will need to be cleaned off for the bracelet to return to its full sparkle.
You'll want to make sure that your diamond tennis bracelet isn't too loose. The proper fit is a bracelet that can move slightly around your wrist for a comfortable, non-constrictive fit. Of course, you don't want the bracelet to be too tight either. As a good rule of thumb, you should be able to fit just one finger between your bracelet and your wrist.
When shopping for diamond tennis bracelets, you should look for timeless styles. You'll want to make sure the diamonds have good sparkle and that the chain is well-made. Perhaps most importantly, the chain should be very secure. A simple clasp just won't cut it for a tennis bracelet. Choose a bracelet with a secure clasp, ideally one with hidden safety to keep things extra secure.
Yes, tennis and eternity bracelets are the same thing. They are most commonly referred to as tennis bracelets and offer timeless sparkle