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3 Things to Consider Before Buying a Diamond Tennis Bracelet

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Consider The Length Of Your Bracelet

The standard length for a bracelet is seven inches, but this does not necessarily mean that this will fit you.

In order to determine what length of bracelet will fit you, measure from the tip of your middle finger down to the spot where you would like your bracelet to rest on your wrist. Add one inch to that measurement, and you will have the ideal size for your wrist.

18cm (7 inches) is a good average size for an adult wrist, but it’s important to remember that while it works for some people, this length may be too small or too large for others. Pay close attention to the length of the bracelet when shopping online as it can be difficult to tell how long it really is.

You can measure your wrist using a string and ruler. Wrap the string around your wrist and mark where the two ends meet. Measure this distance against a ruler, giving yourself about two inches more depending on how tight or loose you would like the bracelet to be.

Consider What Kind Of Diamonds You Want

If you're on a tight budget, you might consider opting for a lower quality of diamond (the lower the quality, the cheaper the price). The higher the quality of the diamond (the more clarity and color), the better it will look, but also the more expensive it will be. If you opt for lower-quality diamonds, you may want to choose a bracelet that has some type of setting or detail that helps draw attention away from the individual stones.

The color of the diamonds is the first thing you'll want to think about when you're buying a diamond bracelet. You can choose from white or yellow stones. If your partner prefers white diamonds, then you should go for high-quality stones that are D or E in color. With yellow diamonds, the higher the grade, the more vibrant and yellow they will be.

Consider The Setting Of Your Tennis Bracelet

When choosing a setting, think about how often your partner wears her jewelry and how she will wear this diamond bracelet specifically. She probably won't want a prong setting if she wears her jewelry all day, every day, because it will get caught on things easily. A bezel setting is much safer because it covers the entire diamond, making it more secure than other options. If she wears her jewelry only on special occasions, however, she might have no problem with a prong setting because it will show off the stone more than other options do.

Takeaway. Now that you've seen how to determine the quality of a diamond tennis bracelet, you're ready to go out and find one for yourself. With your new knowledge, you can make sure that you don't miss out on a gorgeous piece of jewelry—and hopefully save yourself some money in the bargain.

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