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Brilladia 18ct White Gold Tennis Bracelet With 57 Diamonds BDB0005-18KW

A classic with a memorable history

The tennis bracelet has enjoyed great popularity for decades, but hardly anyone knows that it has only been named after a tennis match in 1987. Previously, the jewel was known as the Rivière bracelet. It was Chris Evert, who lost her diamond bracelet during the match and the referee interrupted the match so that she could find it, that gave the bracelet its current name. This event triggered a real hype about the filigree bracelet, which still continues. And that's not surprising, as the bracelet impresses with its timeless design and high combinability. This tennis bracelet is made of rhodium-plated 18ct white gold and is set with 57 diamonds (approx. 1.10 ct.; colour: G, purity: SI). For us it goes without saying that our diamonds come exclusively from conflict-free sources.
Model Number BDB0005-18KW
Length 17.5 cm
Colour silver
Brand Brilladia
Material 18K White gold
Surface high polished, rhodium-plated
Clasp Folding Clasp
Weight approx. 8.60 g
Width 3.3 mm
Thickness 2.3 mm
Stone Type 57 x Diamond (TW/SI) - 1.10 ct. (total)
Diamond Clarity SI - small inclusions
Diamond Colour G - Fine White (Top Wesselton)
Gemstone Colour white
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of written on 11/12/2021
Ich weiß nicht wie man das Armband öffnet. Habe eine Bestellung aufgegeben und das Armband war dabei
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