2 Carats to 15 Carats
$799 to $27,999
2 Carats to 15 Carats
$799 to $8,999
2 Carats to 14 Carats
$1,379 to $10,799
1 ¾ Carats to 10 Carats
$1,399 to $5,799
2 Carats to 14 Carats
$1,499 to $10,799
Ring sizes are easy to understand. You try on sample rings of different diameters that are clearly marked with numbers, and immediately you know your finger size. But what about bracelets? Mostly bracelets are a one-size-fits-all; 7 inches is the average. The only one size option is a sad truth that you should not have to put up with. As with fingers, wrists come in different sizes. You should be able to have the option of buying a bracelet that fits. Always look for this option in half-inch increments from 6 to 9 inches. The bracelet should fit comfortably with a slight break or drape. A good rule of thumb is to be able to fit your thumb in between your bracelet and wrist. This is a good fit.
Selecting the style of a diamond tennis bracelet is very important but not so difficult as it is a personal choice that has no wrong answer. There are several different diamond tennis bracelet mounting styles. Here are a few of the more popular styles to consider. The 4 and 3-Prong diamond tennis bracelet setting styles are the most popular and provide excellent security for the diamonds. The 2-Prong diamond tennis bracelet is quite unique and shows less precious metal and more of the diamond, while still maintaining a fair amount of setting stability for the diamonds. The Adjustable Bolo diamond tennis bracelet is somewhat new on the fashion scene. This diamond tennis bracelet does not have diamonds completely all the way around, but it is a fun and chic design. The Bezel Set diamond tennis bracelet has no prongs and generally very smooth and clean look. The bezels are very secure but do cover up the edges of the diamonds- just something to consider. The Miracle Setting diamond tennis bracelet is very interesting as it has the feature of the diamonds being mounted on a circular plate that makes the diamonds appear larger. This is a value-added benefit that you either like or you don’t. Finally, there are multiple row designs. These designs can be almost any number of rows that are straight; alternating; different colors of gold; and different diamonds sizes. There are just too many variations in designs to mention them all.
Selecting the precious metal for your diamond tennis bracelet is a matter of personal choice and price. Luckily, a diamond tennis bracelet looks great in sterling silver, platinum, and all the colors of gold. You can really follow your own personal style and select the metal color that you prefer the most. White gold, platinum, and sterling silver have a similar appearance but are very different in price. Where sterling silver is much less expensive and used promotionally to save on expense, white gold and platinum give you a richer feel and look; and are used for the finer diamond tennis bracelet styles. It is also important to note that a diamond tennis bracelet in yellow gold or rose gold are great choices too as their unique colors look outstanding. To be clear, the most popular choice is 14 karat white gold. This seems to be the most versatile for all occasions and value.
The clasp on a diamond tennis bracelet is a very important feature with benefits of confidence and security. For the most part, you will not be selecting the clasp type unless you are customizing the diamond tennis bracelet with your jeweler; but rather, you will be accepting the type of clasp already manufactured with the diamond tennis bracelet design. Below, you will see the basic anatomies of three diamond tennis bracelet clasps. They are all box clasps with different types of safety locks. The basis of a box clasp is a male and female push-in function that locks by mere friction, and an extra safety lock. The images below show three different types of locks: a Single Figure-8 that snaps down to keep the box clasp from opening; a Double Figure-8; and a Hidden Safety that wraps around the back of the box clasp to secure it from opening. All three clasp types are very secure an acceptable for normal wear.
The gift of jewelry makes a great push present. A diamond tennis bracelet is great for a mother delivering a baby regardless of the birthing month. Having a baby is life changing and that is why gifting fine jewelry is so appropriate. Just think, every time Mom looks at her beautiful diamond tennis bracelet, she will think about the glorious day of delivery. How special is that?
Cleaning a diamond tennis bracelet is very simple, and you can generally do it yourself. Start by creating a mixture of warm water and a few drops of mild dishwashing soap. Soak your diamond tennis bracelet for about 10 – 15 minutes and then gently brush the diamonds with a new soft-bristled toothbrush. Then rinse your diamond tennis bracelet under warm running water to remove the soap film. Gently dry your diamond tennis bracelet with a soft cloth taking care not to snag any prongs or diamonds. For an elevated sparkle you can use a professionally formulated jewelry cleaner. Steam and ultrasonic cleaning are recommended by a trained professional.
Once you have selected your diamond tennis bracelet adding a complimenting ring, earrings, or necklace is quite easy. The diamond tennis bracelet styles seldom match exactly as the bracelet’s design is generally quite different from that of ring, earrings, or necklace. The most important thing is that your jewelry wardrobe is a self-expression all your own. There is really no right or wrong.