What on earth to gift a mother in law who has everything?
Why a tennis bracelet of course!
Even if she already has a stack on her wrist another one will only compliment the look.
Let’s be honest, diamonds really are a girls best friend. They last forever and greet you with a sparkle to brighten your
The term tennis bracelet was said to be coined in 1987 when Tennis player Evert lost her diamond bracelet during a US open tennis match.
Tennis bracelets come in various different style settings which give a different overall effect.
The three main choices are claw, bezel and channel set.
The typical tennis bracelet would have round brilliant cut diamonds.
When the diamonds are set on square shaped mounts, either with four claws or channel set it gives the bracelet a linear, streamline look.
Other settings can define each (round brilliant diamond) as a perfect individual circle if bezel set for example.
Another thing to consider is that some settings are made with more gold for a chunkier look, and others are fine drawing the eye to just the diamonds.
Different shaped diamonds such as princess cut diamonds, black diamonds and coloured gemstones like sapphires, rubies, emeralds and tourmalines are also popular options for tennis bracelet enthusiasts.
From super skinny, to Marilyn style multi rows, diamonds to sapphires you can’t go wrong with a tennis bracelet.