September 27, 2022

London is the home of the biggest jewellery hub known as Hatton Garden. This place is famous for its gemstone jewellery, especially diamond. You can find a wide variety in the diamond bracelets in various stores of London. Let us check out some of the types of bracelets you can find.

  • Diamond tennis bracelet

The diamond tennis bracelet is one of the most famous and eternally loves varieties of cultured diamonds bracelets not just in London, but all throughout the world. It is an eternity bracelet with a thin metal band that is fully covered with diamonds. The band isn’t visible and it looks as though the diamonds are holding themselves together to form a beautiful circle around your wrist. How this bracelet came to be known as the diamond tennis bracelet is quite an interesting story. In 1987, during the U.S. open, tennis player Chris Evert was playing the tournament wearing this bracelet. During her serve, it flew from her hand and she stopped the game to look for it and didn’t resume until it was eventually found. Since then, the bracelet came to be known as the diamond tennis bracelet.

  • Charm bracelet

Everyone knows charm bracelets. Right from teenage girls to grown women, the charm bracelets fascinate all. It is a very delicate bracelet with bendable metal band, more like a small loopy chain. The chain has a tiny diamond pendant attached to it. The pendant could be of any design, shape or size, depending on the wearer’s preference. It gives the bracelet the look of a delicate necklace and adds to the grace of the hands.

  • Bangle bracelet

Next up is the bangle bracelet found at Hatton Garden Jewellers. Unlike the chain of the charm bracelet, the band of this bracelet is hard like a metal bangle. It can be clasped to join the ends or just worn over the top of the hands. The bangle bracelet can be half or fully studded. It can also have a just a few diamonds on the top side. The more the diamonds, the higher the price. This type of bracelet is sturdy and can be used on a daily basis. It goes with all kinds of formal and informal outfits.

  • Solitaire bracelet

The solitaire bracelet is much like the solitaire ring. It has single large diamond that sits atop your wrist. Since the band is visible for most part of the bracelet, it is usually patterned or textured to add more beauty to the whole design. Some variations in this design include the bigger solitaire surrounded by smaller stones to make it look like it is being lifted higher. The solitaire bracelet is available is a variety of colours and can be mixed and matched with metals such as gold, rose gold, silver, platinum, titanium, etc.

  • Twisted band bracelet

The twisted band bracelet focuses more on the band and less on the diamond studs. It has two bands of metal that twist upon each other and are filled with diamond studs to make it look like a chunkier piece of jewellery than it actually is. This is a statement item and is worn for cocktail parties, evening dinners or big events where one really needs to dress up well. With this bracelet, you won’t ned to wear a ring as it will take away from its look.

Final Thoughts

These were just some of the basic types of designs that we see commonly round us. But in reality, the number of designs is limitless as creativity knows no bounds.

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