This "Tennis Bracelet" is inlaid with a number of laboratory-grown diamonds on a metal base. The lock is composed of 4 marquise-cut diamonds in a petal pattern, showing continuous lines and elegant texture.
The Tennis Bracelet originated in the 1980s when American tennis player Chris Evert lost a diamond bracelet during a match and asked for a pause until she found it. Since then, people began to call this bracelet "Tennis Bracelet". With the passage of time, Tennis Bracelet has gradually become a classic piece of jewelry, which can be used not only for various formal occasions, such as weddings, dinner parties, etc., but also as a fashion accessory for everyday wear.
Tennis Bracelet designs come in many different styles, including diamonds, sapphires, emeralds, and more, varying in length, width, shape, and quality.quality.