Multi Row Tennis Bracelets
A bracelet style known as a multi-tennis bracelet has numerous tiny diamonds or other gemstones that are often arranged in a line or in a repeating pattern and joined by a metal link chain. The 1987 U.S. Open tennis championship event in which professional tennis player Chris Evert misplaced her diamond bracelet during a match and called time out to look for it gave rise to the term "tennis bracelet."
Although multi-tennis bracelets can come in a range of forms, they are often made to be classy and attractive. They may be adorned with diamonds or other priceless stones like sapphires, emeralds, or rubies and are frequently constructed of white gold, yellow gold, or platinum.
In a multi-tennis bracelet, the amount of stones might differ; some models have just a few, while others have dozens. During special occasions like birthdays, anniversaries, or weddings, they are frequently given as gifts. For those seeking a timeless, classic piece of jewellery that can be worn for any event, the multi-tennis bracelet is a popular option.