The sun is out (for now!), the strawberries are being served and the Pimms is ready… all set for an afternoon of sport. Nothing says a British Summer quite like Wimbledon.
It was thanks to tennis legend Chris Evert’s on-court style that we added a new phrase to our jewellery vocabulary in the 1980s. The ‘Tennis Bracelet’.
So called after Evert’s own bracelet fell from her wrist during an aggressive US Open appearance, the diamond line bracelet has been a popular piece of diamond jewellery ever since. When Chris Evert asked the umpire to suspend her match due to the mishap, the tennis bracelet instantly became a symbol.
At DMR, as experts in diamond jewellery, our teams are on hand to offer their guidance on diamond line bracelets and help in finding the perfect piece for you. Whilst we don’t necessary recommend Grand Slam tennis in the finest diamond pieces, a large collection of diamond bracelets makes us a destination for diamond jewellery!
Take this single row diamond bracelet, for example. Set with 3.70cts of round brilliant cut diamonds, this piece is an elegant addition to any outfit. Whether it be the finishing touch to your evening attire, or some added sparkle for your weekend shopping trip, this classic piece is perfect for anybody’s collection.
However, if you’re seeking something slightly more contemporary and more appropriate for your casual styling, why not consider DMR’s exclusive ‘Josephine’ bracelets, available in 18ct white and rose gold. This chain bracelet is set with clusters of round brilliant cut diamonds, stationed throughout the piece. Designed exclusively by David M Robinson, this collection is available through DMR’s showrooms and online.
Whether classic or contemporary, DMR has a piece for all. Our teams of expert Sales Ambassadors are on hand to offer their guidance and advice on finding the perfect addition to your collection. Contact your local DMR showroom today.
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