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Back to Basics: Tennis (Bracelet) Lessons

The story of how the diamond line bracelet, a jewelry staple dating to the Art Deco era, came to be known as the “tennis bracelet” is one of jewelry’s best apocryphal tales. Most versions trace the moniker to tennis star Chris Evert, who famously lost a diamond-and-gold line bracelet—traditionally, a flexible form of wrist wear featuring a row of square-cut gems set in white metal—during an early round of the U.S. Open one year, and halted play while she looked for it. Regardless of how the style came upon its name, there is no debate about its enduring popularity.
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Carbon & Hyde

Mini Poppy Tennis Bracelet - White Gold

$6,900.00

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SHAY

Diamond Tennis Bracelet - Rose Gold

$16,240.00

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Milamore

Candy Sapphire Tennis Bracelet

$22,000.00

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Carbon & Hyde

Rainbow Tennis Bracelet

$3,450.00

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ONDYN

Rainsun Tennis Bracelet

$6,500.00

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ONDYN

Rainsun Tennis Bracelet - Grand

$18,950.00

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Nancy Newberg

14K Diamond Tennis Bracelet

$8,800.00

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Carbon & Hyde

Poppy Tennis Bracelet - Yellow Gold

$10,580.00

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Ark

Water Awakening Tennis Bracelet

$11,300.00

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Azlee

Gold Bar Tennis Bracelet

$8,950.00

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Graziela

Pink Sapphire Tennis Bracelet

$4,485.00

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Carbon & Hyde

Large Tennis Bracelet - Rose Gold

$14,260.00

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Carbon & Hyde

Large Tennis Bracelet - Yellow Gold

$14,260.00

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Carbon & Hyde

Tennis Bracelet - White Gold

$7,935.00

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YI Collection

Diamond Tennis Bracelet - Yellow Gold

$3,795.00

Regular price 

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The story of how the diamond line bracelet, a jewelry staple dating to the Art Deco era, came to be known as the “tennis bracelet” is one of jewelry’s best apocryphal tales. Most versions trace the moniker to tennis star Chris Evert, who famously lost a diamond-and-gold line bracelet—traditionally, a flexible form of wrist wear featuring a row of square-cut gems set in white metal—during an early round of the U.S. Open one year, and halted play while she looked for it. Regardless of how the style came upon its name, there is no debate about its enduring popularity.

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