rUBY is the birthstone for July and all my Ruby pieces are currently discounted. Also Peridot pieces are a bargain right now (you can get ahead for those August birthdays)! Discount added at checkout. Please message me with any questions!πŸ’ŽπŸ’•


Christine Alexander Fine Jewellery

Sale price Β£3,250.00 Regular price Β£3,319.00

Behold, the Tsavorite Tennis Bracelet – because why settle for a plain old tennis bracelet when you can have one that's as vibrant as your personality? This 18-carat White Gold wonder is adorned with 2.2 carats of lively green Tsavorite stones. It's not just a bracelet; it's a statement piece, darling.

Crafted with finesse, this bracelet is not here to play – unless it's a game of elegance and sophistication. The Tsavorites are the real deal – each one is cut to perfection, ensuring they'll outlast trends and have a colour so fabulous, you might mistake them for a piece of nature's finest art. And let's not forget the brilliant cut that gives them that extra twinkle and sparkle. Set in 18ct White Gold, this bracelet is your passport to versatility. It doesn't matter if you're rocking jeans and a tee or a cocktail dress – this bracelet knows how to bring the bling.

Worried about security? Fear not! This bracelet locks into place with a tongue and groove fastening, and for that extra dose of reassurance, there are not one, but two clasps. Your wrist is in good hands.

But wait, there's more! This Tsavorite treasure comes with a presentation case, an insurance valuation, and a 5-year warranty. It's not just a piece of jewellery; it's an investment in your fabulousness.

Now, about that Layaway plan – it's like having a financial fairy godmother. A deposit of Β£1410 gets you started, and then you can dance your way through 2, 3, 4, or 5 instalments. The terms are as flexible as your mood, and PayPal is your magical carriage to this bling-filled ball. You'll have the bracelet all to yourself once the payment dance is complete. Check my Policies page for the full Cinderella story.

Garnet symbolism is as old as time itself. The January birthstone isn't just a pretty face; it's a symbol of love, friendship, light, and vitality. The Greeks and Romans were all about it, and the word "garnet" comes from the Latin word granatus, likely a nod to the seeds of the pomegranate fruit. That's right – your bracelet is not just jewellery; it's a piece of history.

Now, let's talk Tsavorite – it's the BeyoncΓ© of the Garnet group. Discovered in Tanzania by a gem prospector named Campbell R. Bridges (RIP) in 1967, this green gem caught the eye of the gem trade. After a Tanzanian permit hiccup, Bridges hit the jackpot in Kenya. But alas, tragedy struck, and Bridges and his son were attacked and murdered in 2009. Tiffany & Co. president Henry Platt proposed the name Tsavorite, a tribute to Tsavo East National Park in Kenya. The gem has made its mark in Pakistan and Antarctica too. Rarity alert: gem-quality Tsavorite over several carats is like finding a unicorn – rare and pricey!

So, are you ready to adorn your wrist with a piece of history and a touch of the extraordinary? The Tsavorite Tennis Bracelet is waiting – because ordinary is for other people. πŸ’šβœ¨

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