Sell Diamond Bracelets to the Best Buyer in Las Vegas & Henderson, NV

A diamond bracelet is chiefly attributed to what is popularly called a diamond tennis bracelet. It is a piece of jewelry with one or more rows of small diamonds set in 14k or 18k gold, platinum, or sterling silver.

The origin of the diamond tennis bracelet stemmed from a female tennis player named Chris Evert losing her designer diamond bracelet during a tennis match. She begged the officials to stop the game so she could look for her bracelet. This fantastic scene was shown live on television, and all of the spectators and viewers were able to see it.

Brief History

During a tight match at the 1987 U.S. Open Tennis Championships, professional tennis player “The Ice Maiden” Chris Evert’s eternity diamond bracelet dropped on the court. She then demanded that the game be stopped so that she could search for her unique diamond bracelet. 

However, the name tennis bracelet was believed to be debatable at that time as to whether it predated the game. Based on some commentaries, the bracelet got its name because wearing diamonds when playing tennis was so uncommon that when Chris Evert started wearing her diamond bracelet, the accessory was given the name tennis bracelet. 

The name stuck because of how well-known she was in the sport of tennis. Others say that the game in which Evert lost her diamonds actually took place in 1978 and that the details leading to the infamous loss of diamond bracelet on the tennis court have since been mixed up.

However, the fact remains that Evert’s loss of her diamond bracelet during a game is what gave the tennis bracelet its name. However, until today, it is unclear who first invented the word tennis bracelet. The infamous eternity diamond bracelet has been nicknamed the “tennis bracelet” since that day.

Types of Diamond Bracelet

There are a variety of other styles of diamond bracelets to choose from. Tennis bracelets are not only made of white diamonds. They may also be made of black diamonds or a mix of white and black diamonds. Brown diamonds set in a rose gold band are also common, and they are less expensive than white diamonds. Tennis bracelets with white diamonds and other gemstones such as sapphire, ruby, emerald, topaz, and others are also available.

Value of Diamond Bracelet

Certain factors are considered in the valuation process of your diamond bracelet. These include the following:

  • Certification. A piece of jewelry that is GIA or AGS certified gets a higher price than those with none. GIA-certified items are the gold standards in the diamond industry. They provide lab reports of the 4C’s of the diamond and also estimated retail price for the piece.

However, our experts will still provide an assessment if your jewelry does not have any certifications. We will provide you with a free quote for your diamond bracelet. Eventually, after getting your jewelry tested using our high-end laboratory equipment, we will give you a fair estimate price as replacement value.

  • Type of Metal. This basically refers to the 10k, 14k, or 18k white gold, yellow gold, platinum, rose gold, and sterling silver. Remember that there is no best metal for a diamond buyer. Typically, the value of your diamond jewelry with respect to the type of metal used is vouched for the material’s durability.
  • Diamonds. This is where the 4Cs come into play. The 4Cs (color, cut, clarity, and carat weight) will be used to assess the diamonds’ consistency. Also, the stones should appear white in relation to their setting. 
  • Styles and Settings. Bracelets come in a variety of styles. We buy any form of design, from the number of rows or loops of diamonds to the various shapes of diamonds and the style of setting. For example, a princess cut diamond in a prong setting attached to a rose gold band or round cut diamonds in a bezel setting attached to a platinum band.

Here are the most popular diamond settings:

Prong. In this type of setting, the diamond is kept in place by three or four prongs. This is the most common setting because it allows more light to pass through the pavilions of the diamonds, resulting in a brighter sparkle.

Channel. This type of setting is depicted through diamonds being set in the center of two rows of thin metal on either side of the bracelet. To provide protection and prevent the stones from falling off the bracelet, they are tightly connected.

Bezel. Because of the metals that cover each stone to keep them in place, this setting offers the most protection. The half-bezel and the full bezel are the two styles of bezel settings.

Best Buyer of Diamond Bracelet

Nevada Coin Mart is the #1 buyer of diamond bracelets in Las Vegas and Henderson, NV. We buy all sorts of diamond jewelry in all of the State of Nevada. Among all of the other diamond-buying establishments, we pride ourselves to be the biggest and largest precious item-buyer from gold, silver, platinum, palladium, and diamond items. Nevada Coin Mart is definitely the perfect choice to get the highest possible deal or offer!

Using a state-of-the-art X-ray spectrometer, we ensure that your diamond bracelet gets the proper valuation process it deserves. This service is given free to all of our customers with any valuable jewelry items and curious how much these are worth to local businesses like us. Along with this, our experts and staff members are 100% committed and dedicated to giving you the best customer service. That is why, if you a diamond bracelet or any diamond jewelry item right now that you want to sell, do not hesitate to bring them to Nevada Coin Mart. 

We are open from 9 AM to 6 PM every day of the year. Visit us at Nevada Coin Mart®, 4065 S. Jones Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89103, or call us at 702-998-4000 for more details.