Valuable Tips To Buy Diamond Bracelets
By Gagandeep Dhaliwal
There are numerous ways to manifest love. One of the most common ways is to present diamond gifts. Sometimes it's expressed thru diamond rings; sometimes thru diamond necklace; sometimes thru diamond earrings and sometimes thru diamond bracelet.
A bracelet is an ornament worn wrapped around the wrist. It is an article of jewelry may be made of cloth, metal, gem stone, diamonds and sometimes of rocks, wood, or shells. The bracelets are also used for medical and identification purposes.
Nike and Lance Armstrong popularized the recent use of sports bracelets through the Yellow Livestrong band. The sports bracelets are also known as 'baller id bands', 'wristbands' or 'baller bands'.
The bracelets that is in solid form, usually made of some metal, is referred to as bangle bracelet. The bracelets made of gold and silver are known as gold bracelet and silver bracelet respectively. Azabache Bracelets are part of Latin culture having great significance.
The diamond bracelets are very popular in the world. The in-line thin diamond bracelet that features a symmetrical pattern of diamonds is called a tennis bracelet. There's an interesting anecdote associated to the tennis bracelet. Chris Evert, the former World No.1 woman tennis player was playing in the U.S. Open in 1987. She was wearing an elegant, light in-line diamond bracelet, which accidentally broke and the match was interrupted to allow Chris to recover her precious diamonds.
The tennis bracelet incident sparked a new name for the item and sparked a huge jewelry trend. Tennis bracelets continued to be worn by various tennis stars like Serena Williams and Gabriela Sabatini. The diamond tennis bracelets are quite in vogue today. The charm bracelet is another bracelet all the rage.
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