Tennis Jewelry Season

Tennis Jewelry Season

For any fan of the sport, tennis jewelry is a great style to wear. Since tennis bracelets are available in gold, platinum, diamonds and other gemstones; there are a lot of styles to choose from.

Tennis Jewelry Season

When it comes to this type of jewelry, this particular style became popular in 1987. In 1987, Chis Everett lost her tennis bracelet at the U.S. Open during a match. After she lost her bracelet, she asked the officials to assist her in locating this. Since than, this has been known as the tennis bracelet.

Whether you’re looking to purchase one for yourself or as a gift; it is important to purchase this style from a reputable jeweler. Be sure to visit our Antique Jewelry Tips May 2019 post for tips on shopping for vintage jewelry.

In essence, Peter Suchy Jewelers carries a wide assortment of styles that range from vintage styles to diamonds, gold and gemstones.

So, are you ready to shop for a style that will be perfect for any occasion or tennis match?

Ultimately, this is a style that you can wear for any occasion. When choosing to buy a style, it is important to find a style that is either 14k, 18k or platinum.

From our Estate collection, this Vintage Diamond Tennis Bracelet is the perfect style to wear anytime. With 42 round cut Bezel Diamonds, this Bracelet features a built in safety lock in 14k White Gold.

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Tennis Jewelry Season

Since Sapphires are the birthstone for September birthdays; why not surprise her with this Sapphire Diamond “XO” Tennis Bracelet? This style is ideal to wear any place. Whether you’re wearing jeans or something fancy; this Estate Sapphire and Diamond Tennis Bracelet features thirteen oval Sapphires and thirteen round Diamonds in an “XO” pattern set to shine in 14k Yellow Gold.

Be sure to visit out Blue Sapphire September Jewelry and Sapphire Colors September Birthstone posts to see other gorgeous jewelry styles.

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Tennis Jewelry Season

In summary, purchasing a tennis bracelet should match your style.

As always, I welcome your comments.


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