Tuesday, 20 March 2018

Past and Present of the popular Tennis Bracelet


The "Tennis" Bracelet was invented in the 20th century and features a line of small diamonds, or semi-precious gemstones, linked together to create a single bracelet.


This piece of jewellery wasn`t called "tennis" bracelet until 1987 when, during the U.S. Open, the tennis star Chris Evert asked the officials to stop the game because her diamond bracelet had come unclasped and fallen on the court. Since that time, this style of bracelet has been referred to as a "tennis" bracelet.


Also sometimes called an "Eternity" Bracelet, this beautiful item is lightweight and flexible with a serpentine-like structure. It's the perfect everyday wear for those who have an active lifestyle, but nonetheless is a great piece for more formal occasions.

At The Earring Collection we have a wide selection of beautiful Tennis Bracelets, hand-made especially for us in hallmarked sterling silver and colourful semi-precious gemstones.
Visit our jewellery boutique in Cowes to try them on and discover more wonderful designs.

Beautiful Tourmaline in Hallmarked Sterling Silver, £240. 

Blue Topaz in Hallmarked Sterling Silver, £228.

Stunning Colombian Emeralds in Hallmarked Sterling Silver, £ 320.

Burmese Sapphires in Hallmarked Sterling Silver, £420.

Rubies in Hallmarked Sterling Silver, £220.

Blue Topaz in Hallmarked Sterling Silver, £340.


The above exclusive items are only available in store 
so visit us at:


The Earring Collection 120 High street, Cowes 

or call 01983243055.