Tennis Bangle: Everything you need to know about Tennis Bangle


The Tennis Bangle is a timeless fashion accessory that can be worn with any look, from casual to elegant. A stunning Tennis Bangle exudes sparkle and flair while being stylish and understated. We'll tell you all you need to know about finding the perfect bracelet below.

What is a Tennis Bangle?

A Tennis Bangle is a bracelet of tiny diamonds or stones linked together by a thin, precious metal chain. Tennis Bangles are often constructed of 14K or 18K gold, platinum, or sterling silver as a piece of beautiful jewellery.

Tennis bangles were initially called "line diamond bracelets" and are still used today. Like many other jewellery items, the Tennis Bangle has received a name based on a noteworthy public event instead of its origins or purpose.

Why is it called a Tennis Bangle?

The term "Tennis Bangle" comes from the 1987 US Open, when professional tennis player Chris Evert misplaced her diamond bracelet during a match. Evert requested that the game be paused as she searched for her bracelet, all while spectators and TV watchers looked on.

Since then, the line diamond bracelet has been known as the Tennis Bangle. Immediately, jewellers began to receive orders for a "Tennis Bangle." Viewers, tennis players, and the general public have been motivated to wear diamond bracelets decades after the 1987 US Open.

How Much Does A Diamond Tennis Bangle Cost?

Parameters, including carat weight, determine the cost of a diamond Tennis Bangles, cut, colour, and clarity. Each of these elements has a grading system. A diamond tennis bracelet can cost up to $100,000 after grading. A poorer grade might set you back $1000.

Like other forms of diamond jewellery, a diamond Tennis Bangle requires numerous elements to assess its value. The four Cs that influence how much you will pay for such a bracelet is as follows.

How Do You Evaluate the Quality of a Tennis Bangle?

When determining the quality of a diamond Tennis Bangle, you should consider two aspects. The first is the metal used to build the bracelet, and the second is the beauty of the diamonds.

We are asked all the time how much a tennis bracelet should cost. The cost of a Tennis Bangle varies according to the metal used, the number of diamonds used, and the size of the diamonds. Tennis bangle costs begin at about $2,500 and may rise substantially. You can't truly compare the price of a tennis bracelet with 1.5 carats of diamonds to that of a Tennis Bangle with 3 carats of diamonds.

Tennis bracelets are available in a variety of metals. Yellow gold, rose gold, white gold, platinum, and sterling silver are the most prevalent. There is no such thing as the "best" metal for a diamond tennis bracelet. Instead, each material has its unique appearance and feel that may be more appealing to you. Because you'll be wearing your tennis bracelet frequently, durability is essential when selecting a material.

14K and 18K yellow gold, rose gold and white gold, platinum, and sterling silver are strong enough daily.

How Do You Determine Tennis Bangle Size?

Bracelet sizes don't matter as much as ring sizes, but you still want to get as close as possible. Measuring the person's wrist is one of the simplest ways to determine the suitable size for a diamond tennis bracelet. If you don't have a measuring tape, wrap a piece of yarn or a ribbon around their wrist, cut it to size, and measure it later.

To calculate bracelet size, regardless of the measuring equipment you use, add half an inch to one inch to your entire measurement. Consider a 6.5 or 7-inch bracelet if your wrist measures six inches. If you're buying the Tennis Bangle as a present and don't know the recipient's wrist size, use 7-7.5 as a starting point. This is the most popular women's bracelet size. Adjust up or down if you believe the receiver has smaller or larger wrists than the average person.

Tennis bracelets are frequently altered by removing a link to shorten the chain, so it's less crucial to get the size right than it is for an engagement ring or other piece of jewellery.

Tennis Bangle Styles

Tennis Bangle styles and settings vary. While most bracelets feature one row or loop of diamonds, others have two or even three rows of stones. The majority of tennis bracelets have round cut diamonds.

There are three types of settings: prong, channel, and bezel. Each design firmly secures the diamond and has a distinct appearance. There is no "best" bracelet design, just as there is no "best" metal; instead, your plan should be based on personal liking.

Prong: A diamond typically has three or four prongs (both options are secure). Like in this 14K white gold tennis bracelet by James Allen, the metal prongs retain the stone and enable light to enter through the diamond's Pavilion.

The channel is made of two rows of thin metal that retain the stone on either side (with the rocks in the middle). Diamonds fit together tightly, as shown in this 14K white gold Tennis Bangle from

Bezel (also known as a half-bezel): The stone is surrounded by metal, much like a watch face. Blue Nile's migraine tennis bracelet is an example of a bezel setting. Metal is linked to only two sides of the stone in a half bezel.

How Many Carats is a Tennis Bangle?

Tennis bracelets are measured in total carat weight rather than the size of the biggest diamonds since they contain several tiny diamonds. Diamond Tennis Bangles can range in total weight from one carat to eleven carats or more, depending on the size and quantity of diamonds.

Tennis Bangles: How Loose Should They Be?

A tennis bracelet should be able to move freely on your wrist without causing pain. However, it should not be so loose that it might fall off and go lost. Check the fit by fitting only one finger between the bracelet and your wrist.

Bottom Line

Diamond tennis bracelets are lovely pieces of jewellery that are frequently given as gifts for anniversaries, holidays, and other occasions. Purchasing a tennis bracelet, whether for yourself or as a present for someone else, may be as intimidating as purchasing different types of jewellery.

Don't know which bracelet to get? Do you need assistance determining the diamond in a bracelet? If you require assistance in examining diamonds or other jewellery items, please get in touch with us, and we will provide you with our expert judgement and guidance.


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