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Christine Alexander Fine Jewellery

Regular price £2,650.00

Let me introduce you to the ultimate time-tested piece – the Diamond tennis bracelet, a real showstopper.

Each and every one of those dainty little rounds is a work of art in itself, bedecked with seven tiny round Diamonds, adding up to a whopping 1ct. Picture this: they catch the light, and boy, do they catch it beautifully. These gems are H color, and SI clarity, and the whole bracelet weighs in at 8.5g. It's not just jewellery; it's perfection. And if you ask me, it's got that glitterball vibe – the kind I'm absolutely smitten with.

Now, let's talk about that clasp – it's not just any clasp, it's a tongue-and-groove marvel with a security catch set right on top. It's like the cherry on top of an already delicious sundae.

You can rock this bracelet as a statement piece, or you can go all out and stack it with other fabulous bracelets and bangles for that more-is-more look. Either way, you'll be turning heads wherever you go.

And if White Gold is more your jam, guess what? I've got that covered too.

Now, about the name "tennis bracelet." Ever heard of Chris Evert, the tennis champ? Well, in 1987, during a match at the U.S. Tennis Championships, she was wearing one of these in-line Diamond bracelets. The clasp decided to call it quits mid-match, and her bracelet slipped right off her wrist. She wasn't about to let that piece of bling go, so she asked for a little break to find it. They paused the match, she found her precious bracelet, and well, the rest is history. From that day on, we've been calling these stunners "tennis bracelets."

Now, let's dive into a bit of Diamond history. Way back in the day, Diamonds were rarer than a unicorn sighting. And believe it or not, they weren't always cut into those dazzling facets we're used to. Folks thought cutting them would zap away their magical powers. But then, the late 1800s rolled around, and bam – Diamonds were discovered in South Africa. The folks who owned those new deposits went all in with marketing, and voila, Diamonds went from unknown to global icon in no time.

Now, here's the deal with your order: rest assured, we're going to package it up like it's the Crown Jewels. We're talking top-notch protective packaging, a snug mailing bag AND a sturdy box. And those postage costs? They're not just for show; they cover the carefully weighed, meticulously packaged item, premium-quality protective gear, and insurance against any mishaps along the way. Your precious is in good hands.

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