A winning serve
Five total carats of blue & white diamonds give the classic tennis bracelet a winning edge
The tennis bracelet purportedly owes both its catchy name and its cachet to renowned champion Chris Evert. During a tennis match at the U.S. open in 1987, play was interrupted when the in-line diamond bracelet she was wearing came off, necessitating a frantic search for the treasured “trinket.” And what woman of refined taste would blame her for such priorities?
Now this exceptional adornment gets upgraded with 60 stones of blue and white diamonds for a head-turning total of five carats. And to ensure that you don’t have an on-court crisis like Chris, we’ve secured the 7½” bracelet with a hidden box clasp.
Set in .925 sterling silver, this bracelet is guaranteed to up your romantic game and help you win at love.
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