A bracelet made of matched gemstones, usually diamonds. Flexible and usually worn loose around the wrist.
A simple, flexible, in-line diamond bracelet. The name was first used when tennis player Chris Evert dropped a diamond bracelet during a tennis match in the summer of 1987 at the U.S. Open Tennis Tournament. Since then, that style of bracelet has been called a tennis bracelet.
A flexible, chain-like bracelet made up of evenly matched gems or diamonds. There are many variations of this popular bracelet style.