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Classic Vintage Crossover Tennis Bracelet

Classic Vintage Crossover Tennis Bracelet

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A staple in any serious jewelry collection, a diamond bracelet combines low key glamour with everyday luxury. While diamond line bracelets go back to at least the early 20th century, the "tennis" part of their name is usually traced back to athletic superstar Chris Evert's affinity for a diamond bracelet (among other jewels) that she wore while playing and, famously, nearly lost in a 1978 US Open match. Easily pictured on a country club-going, twin set-wearing type, tennis bracelets and necklaces alike have stormed their way into wider popularity as jewelry lovers everywhere look to up their wrist and neck messes. This particular piece offers a lovely dimensionality with the classic "s" bars rising up and over the diamond settings in little diagonal domes, while the sinuous movement of the bracelet feels and looks slinky and sexy. The bright diamonds sparkle in the light while feeling subtle enough for every day wear.

Good vintage condition with minor wear in line with age and use, stone settings and clasp are secure.

Details:
• 14k yellow and white gold, stamped and tested
• 7 1/8" long
• 4.3mm wide, 3.2mm thick 
• 55 round brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.82 carat total weight, JK SI2 overall
• 9.9g

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