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Real Diamond Tennis Bracelet

Real Diamond Tennis Bracelet

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Made to order: ships within 6 - 8 weeks.
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Ethically sourced gems & recycled gold
25% of profits goes to A Cure In Our Lifetime


Meet our best-selling bracelet - our Real Diamond Tennis Bracelet. This 14k gold diamond tennis bracelet is the perfect accessory for any occasion, versatile enough to wear day and night. This tennis bracelet features round brilliant cut diamonds with a carat weight between 1 - 5 ctw set in individual four-prong settings. We only use GH SI1 diamonds to make sure your bracelet sparkles. Stack this diamond tennis bracelet or let it shine as a stand-alone piece. This bracelet is a customer favorite!

Product details

Below are the details of our Real Diamond Tennis Bracelet. Please reach out if you have any questions.

Gemstone: White diamonds

Cut: Round diamonds

Carat weight: 1 carat, 2 carats, 3 carats, or 5 carats (total carat weight is based on a 7" bracelet)

Color:  GH

Clarity: SI1

Length: 6 - 7.5"

Metal type: 14K solid gold (yellow gold, white gold, or rose gold)

Setting: Individual four-prong setting


We can customize any Real Diamond Tennis Bracelet. To customize our Genuine Diamond Bracelet, contact us via phone, e-mail, or text before ordering. Customizations can include:

  • The metal type or karat concentration
  • The gemstone
  • The diamond weight
  • The diamond shape
  • The setting
  • The length
  • The shape
  • The width
  • The clasp

And much more! You dream it, and we'll make it. 

Let's make you the perfect link bracelet. We will respond to all classic tennis bracelet requests within 1 - 2 business days.

Shipping and returns

The latest delivery time for our Real Diamond Tennis Bracelet will be posted above the add-to-cart button. Almost all of our round cut diamond tennis bracelets are made to order. Occasionally, we have a limited number of real tennis bracelets, which will ship immediately. Please e-mail us with any questions regarding production time.

We require a signature on all genuine diamond bracelets. Please get in touch with us if you'd like to waive the signature on this 14k gold diamond tennis bracelet. Due to insurance policies, we cannot replace any real diamond bracelet women’s sent without a signature. At present, we can ship anywhere in the United States. 

This round diamond tennis bracelet is final sale. We cannot accept returns on this Real Diamond Tennis Bracelet.

Our affordable tennis bracelets are eligible for purchase with a gift card. Before checkout, all diamond tennis bracelet customization requests must be confirmed with an Alexis Jae specialist. Please see our FAQ page or reach out to us for more information. 

Our commitment

A percent of profits from this Real Diamond Tennis Bracelet will be donated to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Let's find a Cure In Our Lifetime. 

All of our gemstones are ethically sourced. Fine jewelry shouldn't compromise morals. This 14k gold diamond tennis bracelets are made with natural diamonds and 100% pure gold to ensure your piece doesn't tarnish.

Please contact us with any questions or customization requests. Our jewelers love helping our customers find the perfect piece of fine jewelry. We will get back to you within 1 - 2 business days.


How did tennis bracelets get their name?

In 1987, during the U.S. Open, professional tennis player Chris Evert wore a diamond line bracelet while playing a match. Unfortunately, the clasp on her bracelet broke, causing her to request a pause in the game to search for the missing jewelry. This incident garnered significant media attention and led to the term "tennis bracelet" being coined. From then on, these flexible, inline diamond bracelets became commonly known as tennis bracelets, associating them with the sport. They have since become a popular and elegant jewelry choice, appreciated for their timeless style and versatility.

How should I care for and clean my tennis bracelet?

To ensure your tennis bracelet maintains its beauty:

  1. Conduct regular inspections for loose stones or damage.
  2. Avoid exposure to harsh chemicals, remove it during activities that could cause impact or abrasions, and store it separately in a soft pouch or jewelry box.
  3. Schedule professional cleanings and check-ups at least annually, and resist exposing it to extreme temperatures or chlorinated/saltwater environments.
  4. While cleaning at home with warm water, mild soap, and a soft toothbrush is acceptable, be cautious with ultrasonic cleaners and consult a jeweler if uncertain.

Following these steps will help preserve the elegance and integrity of your tennis bracelet for years to come. Getting insurance on diamond jewelry is always a good idea in case it gets lost.

What is the history of tennis bracelets?

Tennis bracelets, known initially as "eternity bracelets," emerged in the late 1920s as continuous lines of gemstones, often diamonds, set in a flexible, symmetrical design primarily crafted in platinum. However, Chris Evert, a professional tennis player, propelled them into popular culture in 1978. During a U.S. Open match, the clasp on her diamond line bracelet broke, leading to a pause in the game while she searched for the lost jewelry. This incident garnered extensive media coverage and coined "tennis bracelet." The name stuck, and they became an emblem of understated luxury and sophistication in the 1980s, adorning the wrists of celebrities and fashion-forward individuals. Today, tennis bracelets remain a timeless and sought-after accessory, offering a range of gemstones and metals to suit various tastes. They continue to be cherished for their enduring elegance and historical significance.

How much is a genuine tennis bracelet worth?

The value of our Real Diamond Tennis Bracelet ranges from $1,610.00 to $10,695.00, depending on the length and carat weight. With options for five different lengths (ranging from 6 inches to 7.5 inches) and a selection of diamond weights (ranging from 1 to 5 carats), you have the flexibility to customize your bracelet to suit your preferences and budget. We can create a tennis bracelet style for (almost) any budget.

What is a tennis bracelet made of?

Our Real Diamond Tennis Bracelet is crafted from either 14k white gold, 14k rose gold, or 14k yellow gold. You can also choose the carat weight of the diamonds, ranging from 1 to 5 carats, allowing for customization based on personal preference and budget. This combination of high-quality metals and diamonds makes the tennis bracelet a classic and cherished piece of fine jewelry that can be passed down for generations. For carat weights greater than 5 carats, please contact us. Other tennis bracelets are made of other materials. We highly reccomend investing in a gold or platinum tennis bracelet. Sterling silver and brass tennis bracelets are not malleable enough to last.

Are tennis bracelets made with real diamonds?

Not all tennis bracelets are made with real diamonds. Our Real Diamond Tennis Bracelet features round brilliant cut diamonds with a carat weight ranging from 1 to 5 carats, all set in individual four-prong settings. The diamonds used are of GH color and SI1 clarity, ensuring high sparkle and brilliance. This guarantees that the bracelet is adorned with genuine, high-quality diamonds, providing a stunning and enduring piece of fine jewelry. Tennis bracelets come in every stone type imaginable. The default is natural diamonds, but we can also make lab-created diamond tennis bracelets for a slightly more affordable price.

What does it mean to wear a tennis bracelet?

Wearing a tennis bracelet is often seen as a symbol of elegance, sophistication, and timeless style. It can express refined taste in jewelry and a testament to one's appreciation for fine craftsmanship. The bracelet's continuous line of gemstones, usually diamonds, signifies a sense of continuity and unity. It's a versatile piece that can complement both formal and casual outfits. It’s one of the most common jewelry gifts because of its timeless nature. 

How can you tell if a diamond tennis bracelet is real?

There are a few things you can do to verify authenticity. Firstly, ensure it comes from a reputable seller. Since diamonds of this size don’t come with a certificate, it’s essential to ensure you’re getting what you think you’re paying for. For example, Alexis Jae Jewelry is a multi-generational family business with a longstanding tradition of crafting fine jewelry. Finally, for added assurance, you can have your bracelet professionally appraised by a certified gemologist or jewelry expert in your area to comprehensively evaluate its quality and authenticity.

Is a diamond tennis bracelet worth it?

A diamond tennis bracelet is more than just jewelry; it's an investment in something timeless and classic. It's the kind of piece that can become a cherished family heirloom, passed down through generations. Plus, its versatility means you can rock it at formal events or add a touch of elegance to your everyday look. If you're looking for something with both sentimental and aesthetic value, a diamond tennis bracelet is definitely worth considering if it's your style!

What length tennis bracelet should I get?

To find your ideal size:

  1. Measure your wrist with a flexible tape measure or use a piece of string, then measure it against a ruler.
  2. Add about half an inch to one inch for movement and comfort.
  3. Remember, it's always better to go slightly bigger for easy wear. If you prefer a snug fit, opt for a size closer to your wrist measurement.

Tennis bracelets are easier to shorten than they are to lengthen.

Are there any fashion trends or celebrities known for their tennis bracelet styling?

Tennis bracelets have been a staple in the wardrobes of many celebrities. Princess Diana was known for her exquisite taste in jewelry, often seen wearing a diamond tennis bracelet. Tennis bracelets have appeared on the wrists of A-list celebrities like Kate Middleton, Angelina Jolie, and Serena Williams. In recent fashion trends, layering multiple tennis bracelets or stacking them with other bangles and cuffs has gained popularity.

Are tennis bracelets worn while playing tennis?

While tennis bracelets are certainly named after the sport, they are not typically worn during actual tennis play. The term "tennis bracelet" originated from an incident involving professional tennis player Chris Evert, who was wearing a diamond line bracelet during a match at the U.S. Open in 1978. The clasp of her bracelet broke, prompting a pause in the game. Since then, these bracelets have been popularly known as "tennis bracelets." However, due to their delicate nature and potential to get in the way during active sports, they are generally considered more suitable for everyday wear or formal occasions rather than athletic activities like tennis.

What are the most common gemstones used in tennis bracelets?

The most common gemstone used in tennis bracelets is the diamond. However, variations incorporate other gems, including sapphires, emeralds, rubies, and even semi-precious stones like topaz or amethyst. 

What is the average cost of a tennis bracelet?

The cost of a tennis bracelet can vary significantly depending on various factors, including the quality of the gemstones (usually diamonds), the metal used, and the overall design. On average, a tennis bracelet with smaller diamonds set in 14k gold might start at around $1,000 to $2,000. However, the price can increase substantially as you move up in diamond quality, size, and carat weight. High-end tennis bracelets with more significant, higher-quality diamonds can cost tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars. 

Are there ethical and sustainable options for purchasing diamond tennis bracelets?

At Alexis Jae Jewelry, we utilize ethically sourced diamonds; in many pieces, we utilize recycled gold. In addition, you can learn about our sustainability climate commitment.

What is the difference between a tennis bracelet and a bangle bracelet?

A flexible tennis bracelet featuring a continuous line of gemstones, often diamonds, linked together to create a curved design that fits snugly around the wrist. It typically has a clasp for closure. In contrast, a bangle bracelet is a rigid, closed circular bracelet that maintains its shape and does not bend. It is slipped over the hand and onto the wrist, lacking a clasp. 

What are some affordable alternatives to diamond tennis bracelets?

If you're looking for more budget-friendly alternatives to diamond tennis bracelets, consider exploring other gemstone options. White topaz bracelets offer an elegant choice, providing a clear and brilliant gemstone that closely resembles the look of diamonds. You can also consider our mini tennis bracelets, or “half-bezel” bracelets, which include half-linked diamonds and half chains. While diamond tennis bracelets are often viewed as an investment piece meant to be passed down through generations, choosing alternatives like white topaz allows for beautiful and meaningful jewelry at a more accessible price point.

Can I resize my tennis bracelet?

Yes, it is possible to resize a tennis bracelet, but it's important to consult with a skilled jeweler. Keep in mind that resizing a tennis bracelet, which features a continuous line of gemstones, can be more intricate than resizing a traditional metal band. The process may also impact the overall design and balance of the bracelet, so it's crucial to have a professional assess the feasibility of resizing. It is easier for jewelers to make a tennis bracelet shorter than to add additional links.

How do I choose the right diamond size for a tennis bracelet?

Selecting the ideal diamond size for your tennis bracelet involves a combination of factors. Consider your wrist size; smaller carat weights (around 1-2 carats total weight) may be more proportionate for petite wrists, while larger wrists can accommodate larger carat weights. Consider the occasions you plan to wear the bracelet; for everyday wear, a modest carat weight may be practical, while special events may call for a more substantial size. Reflect on your style and whether you prefer a delicate, understated look or a bold statement piece (3-5 carats). Our 3-carat diamond tennis bracelet is the most popular option.

What other bracelets go well with a tennis bracelet?

Consider pairing tennis bracelets with bangles in matching metals for an elegant and polished look. Delicate chain bracelets or cuffs can add intricate detailing, while pearl bracelets offer a classic and timeless combination. The key to balancing different styles and textures is to create a cohesive and harmonious wrist stack using the same metal type and coordinating gemstones.

What other jewelry pieces, such as earrings or necklaces, can I wear with a tennis bracelet?

Pair it with stud earrings for a classic and elegant look, or choose delicate drop earrings to add sophistication. A watch in a matching metal provides a sophisticated touch. You can’t go wrong with a matching tennis necklace.

What diamond shape is best for tennis bracelets?

The round brilliant-cut diamond is widely considered the best choice for tennis bracelets. Its exceptional cut, which maximizes the diamond's brilliance and sparkle, is well-suited for a continuous line of stones. The round shape also allows for a seamless and elegant flow in the design of the bracelet. Round diamonds tend to have fewer sharp edges or corners, reducing the likelihood of snagging on clothing or other items. 

What metal type should I get for a tennis bracelet? What about metal color?

The choice of metal for a tennis bracelet depends on personal style, skin tone, and existing jewelry in your collection. White gold offers a sleek, modern look and complements cool skin tones beautifully. Yellow gold exudes a classic, warm elegance and complements warmer skin tones. It's a timeless choice that can also harmonize well with other yellow-gold jewelry. With its romantic and feminine hue, Rose gold is a trendy and flattering option that complements a wide range of skin tones. While a single-tone is by far the most popular, it is possible to get a two-tone tennis bracelet.

On what occasions should I wear a tennis bracelet? Can I wear a tennis bracelet every day?

A tennis bracelet is a versatile piece of jewelry that can be worn daily or only on special occasions. It's elegant and understated, making it suitable for formal and semi-formal events such as weddings and cocktail parties. It can also add a touch of sophistication to more casual outfits, making it appropriate for dinner dates, brunches, or outings with friends. Additionally, a tennis bracelet can be worn in professional settings, adding a subtle glamour to your work outfit. 

Can I customize a tennis bracelet with different gemstones?

At Alexis Jae Jewelry, you can customize your tennis bracelet with different gemstones. Whether you have a specific birthstone in mind or a favorite gemstone, we can create a unique and personalized piece just for you. Ruby, blue sapphires, and emeralds are our most popular colored gemstone options. However, the possibilities are endless when it comes to gemstone tennis bracelets. We can customize tennis bracelets with anything from black diamonds to garnets. You can also customize the diamond shape - baguettes, marquise, pears, and heart tennis bracelets are very popular!

Are tennis bracelets considered a timeless piece of jewelry?

Tennis bracelets are widely considered a timeless and classic piece of jewelry. Their elegant and understated design transcends trends and generations. The versatility of tennis bracelets allows them to be worn for various occasions, from formal events to everyday wear. Their timeless beauty and ability to effortlessly enhance looks make them a cherished addition to any jewelry collection. They make an excellent wedding day, anniversary, birthday, Mother’s day or Valentine’s Day gift.

What outfits can I pair with a tennis bracelet?

A tennis bracelet is an incredibly versatile accessory that can effortlessly elevate various outfits. It complements elegant evening gowns or cocktail dresses for formal occasions, adding a touch of sophistication and sparkle. When embracing semi-formal attire, pairing it with a classic little black dress or a tailored suit creates a polished and refined look. Additionally, a tennis bracelet can seamlessly transition into casual chic outfits, providing a touch of glamour to everyday outfits like a blouse and jeans combination. 

Can I wear a tennis bracelet with a watch?

Absolutely, wearing a tennis bracelet with a watch can create a sophisticated look. To achieve a harmonious look, consider coordinating the metals of the watch and bracelet, such as matching a white gold watch with a white gold tennis bracelet.

Should I get a tennis bracelet or a tennis necklace?

Both are beautiful options, and a matching set would make a wonderful, timeless jewelry investment to be passed down for generations. Tennis necklaces have recently gained popularity, appearing in many jewelry trend reports for 2023. Tennis bracelets' enduring quality makes it a more common investment. A tennis bracelet offers versatility, making it suitable for formal and casual occasions. It's comfortable for daily wear and can add a touch of elegance to any outfit. On the other hand, a tennis necklace tends to be a statement piece, sitting higher on the neck and often chosen for more formal events. 

What are the different styles of tennis bracelets available?

Alexis Jae Jewelry offers many styles of tennis bracelets, including traditional diamond tennis bracelets in different metal types, bracelets with different gemstones, mini-tennis bracelets, tennis bracelets with a metal initial in the center, and more. 

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Julia Taub
Gorgeous tennis bracelet

I am so so happy with my tennis bracelet! It came out perfectly. Would highly recommend!


My wife was thrilled with this gift. It was more beautiful than described and the customer service was great. It arrived in plenty of time.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Julia Taub
Gorgeous tennis bracelet

I am so so happy with my tennis bracelet! It came out perfectly. Would highly recommend!


My wife was thrilled with this gift. It was more beautiful than described and the customer service was great. It arrived in plenty of time.