At the 1987 U.S. Open, tennis star Chris Evert was playing in a hotly contested game. She suddenly stopped mid-match and asked the officials for a time-out. The reason: The clasp on her diamond bracelet had broken and the bracelet had fallen off her wrist, and she wanted to find it before playing the next point. When asked about it in an interview, she called the missing piece of jewelry her “tennis bracelet,” and so the iconic name was born.
This example is in 10k gold featuring diamond accents throughout for that extra glow. Whether or not you're a tennis player (or know one that would love this piece), this bracelet is one that can accompany any look or any collection!
Materials ad Features: 10k gold, .40ctw diamonds
Measurements: 5.5 grams, 8.5" wrist
Condition: Excellent condition.
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