This stunning 1950s diamond line bracelet predates its common name, and was made to be an eternity bracelet! It wasn't until champion tennis star Chris Evert famously sported one on the court in the 1980s that these easy-to-wear jewelry staples were coined as 'tennis bracelets'. Whether you call it an eternity bracelet or a tennis bracelet, the implication is the same– these are forever, get-through-anything, wear-in-any-event jewelry pieces! Diamonds are the hardiest material on earth, and gold among the most durable metals– combined with their incredible beauty, it is no wonder this style is so highly valued. The bracelet's design gives it a light feel and flexibility that is comfortable enough to never need to take off. Set in 14k white gold, 69 modern brilliant cut diamonds total around 2.80 carats. They boast finely matched near colorless G grades and VS clarity grades. Six larger diamonds are set intermittently throughout, adding an extra pop of sparkle to its delicate, glittering line. The secure clasp has a double safety lock, ensuring it stays on your wrist and you won't have to suspend a match to look for it on the court! This bracelet measures and is fit for an average to slightly larger sized wrist. Diamonds may be removed to accommodate a smaller wrist.