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Bracelets & Bangles


View below the Holloway Diamonds Bracelets and Bangles Collection. This is just a sample of the elegant diamond jewels available in our jewellery shop. We also have a large collection of bespoke diamond bangles designed over the years. Speak with our jewellery designers about your bespoke bracelet design or diamonds you have that you would like set into a bracelet for yourself or for gifts.

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Bracelets & Bangles

Timeless Glamour on Your Wrists

Diamond bracelets embody style and glamour along with bringing a touch of elegance to any ensemble. You’ll be turning heads, whether you wear your diamond jewellery to dress up a daytime outfit or bring an extra sparkle to your evening gown. A gold diamond bracelet or hammer set diamond bracelet would be the perfect accessory to wear to a wedding or another special occasion. These bracelets pair well with engagement rings, pendants, and other jewellery pieces. And you can set the diamonds in yellow gold, rose gold, white gold, or another precious metal. View full details on any of our diamond bracelets listed above to learn more about our diamond jewellery.

Can I wear a diamond bracelet every day?

You can wear a diamond bracelet every day as long as you give it proper regular care and send it over to a jeweller at least once a year to check for loose stones, broken clasps, or metal fatigue. Jewellery can wear down with time if not properly cared for. Sending your diamonds to your jeweller will help ensure that your bracelet lasts. The jewellery experts will clean your bracelet and ensure your diamonds stay in good condition.

What kind of diamond bracelets are in style?

A diamond in whatever form is sure to turn heads whether it be a round brilliant cut diamond bracelet or one paired with one of our gold engagement rings. But if you want to keep yourself in style, then a diamond tennis bracelet is the way to go. With diamonds set from end to end, the gold or white gold chain embodies elegance and sophistication—yet it’s simple and versatile enough that you can wear the diamonds with almost anything. Other diamond bracelets that will always be in style include diamond charm bracelets, chain bracelets, bar bracelets, and cuffs and bangles. These bracelets can make great gifts and the diamonds can be set in yellow gold, rose gold, white gold, or other metal bracelets.

How do I open a diamond bracelet?

Diamond bracelets, particularly diamond tennis bracelets, usually have a safety clasp that prevents them from falling off your wrist even if the main clasp unbuckles. These jewellery latches are either classified as circles or chains.
To open a circle clasp on your bracelet, lift the figure eight-looking latch until it unhooks from the knob, then apply a bit of pressure to the push-button on its side while gently pulling the two ends of the bracelet lock apart.
To open a chain clasp, unhook the under-clasp until it’s completely open and loose, then press on the push-button to release the chain before undoing the main clasp and sliding off your gold diamond jewellery.

How do I clean a diamond bracelet?

Regularly cleaning your diamond bracelet keeps it sparkly and sturdy. To clean your diamonds, prepare a simple cleaning solution with warm water and dish-washing soap or a jewellery cleaning liquid (you can also use other liquid soaps or shampoos to clean your bracelet—just make sure they don’t have any moisturizer in them or they’ll leave a film on your jewellery). Soak your diamond bracelet in the solution for 20 to 40 minutes, then gently brush the jewellery with a toothbrush to dislodge any dirt, especially in the crevices. Rinse your diamond jewellery with warm running water, then dry it with a clean, soft cloth. You will want to clean your white or rose gold diamond bracelet regularly to keep the jewellery dazzling.

What is a diamond tennis bracelet?

A classic tennis bracelet is a bracelet made up of a symmetrical pattern of diamonds connected by a thin metal chain. The chain can be gold, rose gold, silver, or any other type of metal. The diamond stones in a tennis bracelet are usually of the same carat, cut, colour, and clarity. This type of bracelet is a popular type of diamond jewellery and can be paired with pendants or other necklaces. Learn more about it here, what are tennis bracelets?

What should I look for when buying a diamond tennis bracelet?

Aside from making sure that it fits your wrist properly, you must consider the purity of the metal chain (usually gold) and the quality of the diamonds (think of the 4Cs: carat, cut, colour, and clarity) when buying a diamond tennis bracelet. You also need to check the flexibility and durability of the bracelet, taking extra care to notice the sturdiness of its clasps.

To shop for diamond jewellery, you can view full details on any of our diamond bracelets listed above. Whether you are in Sydney, Brisbane, or another city in Australia, you can make an appointment for a virtual consultation, or visit our beautiful showroom in Melbourne. You can browse our breathtaking white gold and silver diamond bracelets, and other diamond jewellery like pendants, wedding rings, and diamond necklaces. We have many beautiful pieces of jewellery for sale. You can shop our diamond bracelet collection and find the perfect gifts and jewellery for yourself to add to your diamond collection.

What Are Tennis Bracelets?

Few pieces of jewellery are as versatile as tennis bracelets. From going to a simple cocktail dinner to dressing for your wedding, this bracelet style is perfect for all occasions. Once called line diamond bracelets, diamond tennis bracelets are made with a symmetrical pattern of stones connected by a thin, precious metal chain. Often, the diamond stones used to make a tennis bracelet are the same shape, size, clarity, and colour.

Why Are They Called Tennis Bracelets?

The term “tennis bracelet” was first used in the 1987 US Open when Chris Evert, a professional tennis player, lost her diamond bracelet during a tennis match. She asked the officials to stop the game to look for her diamond bracelet while TV viewers and other spectators watched the search for her bracelet.

Evert wasn’t only a professional tennis player, she was also a fashion icon, and one of her distinctive accessories was her diamond eternity bracelet. Jewellers started receiving requests for tennis bracelets, and line diamond bracelets started being referred to as tennis bracelets. For decades after the 1987 US Open, tennis players and spectators alike have been drawn to the design, wearing a tennis bracelet with a watch or on its own.

How To Check the Quality of Tennis Bracelets

When checking the quality of diamond tennis bracelets, it’s important to pay attention to two primary factors of the bracelet. First, check the type of metal used to make the tennis bracelet. Second, assess the quality of the diamonds used in the bracelets.

The price of a tennis bracelet varies depending on the metal used, the size of the piece, and the number of diamonds. The price of tennis bracelets starts at $2,000 and can increase significantly. However, you can’t compare the cost of a diamond tennis bracelet with two carats of diamonds to the cost of a tennis bracelet containing four carats of diamonds. 

Tennis bracelets are made from various metals; the most common ones include rose gold, yellow gold, platinum, white gold, and sterling silver. There’s no best metal type for diamond tennis bracelets–instead, each metal provides its own unique look and feel. Because you’ll wear your tennis bracelet often, one primary factor to consider when selecting the metal type is its durability—18K and 14K rose gold, white gold, yellow gold, sterling silver, and platinum are all durable for daily wear. Whether you choose white gold, rose gold, yellow gold, silver, or platinum will also impact the price of your diamond bracelet.

When it comes to assessing the quality of the bracelet diamonds, buying a tennis bracelet can be very different from buying a diamond ring. For example, when shopping for an engagement ring, the centre diamonds must be certified to ensure they’re of high quality, but because the diamonds in a tennis bracelet are small, they’re often not worth the cost of grading the diamonds. 

To put this into perspective, to certify the sixty diamonds used in regular bracelets, you’ll have to spend at least $5,500 on certifications alone. Because of that price, diamonds used in tennis bracelets aren’t certified or graded. Thus, to buy a high-quality diamond tennis bracelet, you must buy it from a reputable and thoroughly vetted shop like Holloway Diamonds.

When reviewing diamond tennis bracelets yourself, ensure the diamonds reflect light to the eye and create a sparkle, have no noticeable blemishes, and look white in relation to the background of the bracelet. 

When Should I Buy a Tennis Bracelet?

A tennis bracelet makes for a meaningful and beautiful gift all year round. Because of its popular appeal and classic design, a tennis bracelet is often passed down for generations as a family keepsake. Diamond tennis bracelets can make a perfect gift for any of the following special occasions on the following list:

  • Engagement gifts
  • Wedding anniversaries
  • Wedding day gifts
  • Valentine’s Day gifts
  • Birthday gifts
  • Graduations 
  • Job promotions
  • Retirements
  • The birth of a child
  • Christmas gifts

Final Thoughts

A diamond tennis bracelet is a beautiful piece of jewellery that can make a stunning and meaningful gift during anniversaries, special milestones, and holidays. However, like any other silver or gold jewellery, finding the right bracelet can be a challenge. There are many bracelet styles and materials to choose from—to buy the right tennis bracelet, review all your options and discover which settings and styles are the right fit for you.