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18CT WHITE GOLD RUBOVER SET DIAMOND TENNIS BRACELET

Christine Alexander Fine Jewellery


Regular price £7,500.00
18CT WHITE GOLD RUBOVER SET DIAMOND TENNIS BRACELET

Alright, jewellery aficionados, get ready for a rollercoaster of options! This jaw-dropping 7" bracelet doesn't just come in one, not two, but three combinations of carat, colour, and clarity. The fourth C, cut, is round brilliant for all – because we don't do dull here. Each Diamond is snugly set in a rubover or bezel setting, creating an effect that's as eye-catching as celebrity drama.

And here's the kicker – I'm bringing back layaway plans, darlings! No need to jump through hoops; it's 100% free. Just toss a 25-50% deposit, and you've got a sweet six months to pay off the balance. Weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly instalments? Your call. I'm flexible like that. Oh, and your bling will be shipped once the bill is settled. Terms? Sure, they're flexible too. Dive into my DMs to kickstart the layaway party. PayPal's the gatekeeper, and remember, no bling until it's fully paid for. Check out the Policies page for the fine print – it's there for a reason.

Now, let's spill the tea on tennis bracelets. The name came from a showdown at the 1987 U.S. Tennis Championships involving the fabulous Chris Evert. Her in-line Diamond bracelet broke mid-match, causing a pause while she hunted for her lost bling. And just like that, the Diamond tennis bracelet was born – a tale of tennis and diamonds colliding in dazzling glory.

Diamonds are like time travellers, with ages ranging from 1 to 3.5 billion years, and they even have starry origins. While Diamonds on Earth might be rare, space is their playground. They can even create a "Diamond rain" on icy planets. As for dating Diamonds, it's all about analyzing inclusions and decoding the language of radioactive isotopes.

Now, let's switch gears to White Gold – the chameleon of the jewellery scene. It's like Gold with a crew – Silver, or Palladium, depending on the mood.  And when it comes to Gold itself, it's rarely pure, often hanging out with a dash of something else. Rhodium comes to the rescue for that extra dazzle, especially in vintage pieces.

Pro tip: White Gold doesn't love chlorine, so keep it out of the pool. Chlorine's a mood killer for that shiny Rhodium plating. And there you have it, White Gold – a bit of a mix, but still stealing the show in the jewellery world! ⭐✨

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