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Square-Cut Diamond Line Bracelet


The graceful architecture of this mid-20th century platinum line bracelet with diamonds makes a compelling case for the power of modernism. This elegant band of fifty near-colorless square-cut prong-set diamonds refines this timelessly classic bracelet to its most essential elements, making it a most-wearable and versatile addition to your collection.

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Item #: BA-18731
Circa: 1960s 
Size: 7” length 
Materials: 50 Square-cut diamonds (approximate total weight 15.00 carats); Platinum

The diamond line bracelet is also known as the tennis bracelet. So-called because of American tennis champion Chris Evert’s penchant for wearing a diamond line bracelet during her matches. In 1978, she famously stopped a US Open match so that she might find the diamond bracelet that had come off during play. Viewed in her time as frivolous and unusual, Evert’s commitment to wearing jewelry on the court eventually became the norm and paved the way for many others, including fashion and tennis icon, Serena Williams.