Diamond Tennis Essentials Starting at $500

What’s not to love about these classic diamond essentials?

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Several milestones in life warrant a special sparkly gift. Whether it be graduation, a birthday, an anniversary, or just because, spoil your loved ones (or yourself, we are all for self-purchasing here) with a diamond tennis necklace, tennis bracelet or tennis earrings this spring. You simply can’t go wrong with these classic diamond essentials that are worth investing in. 

Diamond Tennis Necklaces

Diamond Tennis Necklace
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It doesn’t get more chic than a diamond tennis necklace. Below are some options that won’t completely break the bank, yet give you the sparkle you deserve. 

The Clear Cut

Diamond Tennis Necklace
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The Clear Cut makes a beautiful diamond tennis necklace that is a bit of a twist on a classic. Its 3-prong setting gives it a touch of edge and a whole lot of shine. 


Diamond Tennis Necklace
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If you are looking for something to wear effortlessly every day, look no further than Lionheart. This half yellow gold chain and half white gold diamond are perfect for metal mixers and make for incredible layering. 

Nicole Rose

Diamond Tennis Necklace
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This classic diamond tennis necklace from Nicole Rose is the perfect diamond essential. This diamond tennis necklace comes in white, yellow, and rose gold. 

Luisa Alexander

Diamond Tennis Necklace
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This Luisa Alexander tennis necklace is an effortless white gold staple for your necklace stack. Pair with additional tennis necklaces, or wear them on their own for a standout diamond moment.

Adina Eden 

Diamond Tennis Necklace
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Adina Eden makes these tennis necklaces in yellow and white gold and offers a variety of lengths. Whether you want a diamond tennis choker, or to have it sit a bit lower, the choice is yours! 

Diamond Tennis Bracelets

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Diamond tennis bracelets have been a jewelry essential since the ’20s, and had a revival in the 70s when professional tennis player Chris Evert made history by wearing them during the US Open. If you are an avid bracelet wearer, or if you’re just looking for a little extra shimmer on your wrist, check out these diamond tennis bracelets. 

Natasha Schweitzer

Diamond Tennis Bracelet
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Natasha Schweitzer makes a beautiful white gold tennis bracelet that adds a delicate sparkle to any wrist. 

Anne Sisteron

Diamond Tennis Bracelet
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This tennis bracelet from Anne Sisteron features 33 bezel set diamonds and is available in yellow, white, or rose gold. 


Diamond Tennis Bracelet
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For those of you who love not only diamonds but a bargain purchase, Effy currently has a classic white gold tennis bracelet on sale for a fraction of the price.

TYPE Jewelry

Diamond Tennis Bracelet
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If you are looking for something a bit more eccentric, TYPE Jewelry created a beautiful heart shaped diamond tennis bracelet that comes in yellow, white and rose gold. This bracelet also adds a special pink opal heart near the clasp.

Ring Concierge

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This mini half diamond tennis bracelet from Ring Concierge is meant to be worn daily with your bracelet stack or can stand out beautifully on its own. This second-skin bracelet is a perfect investment piece for any jewelry lover.

Diamond Tennis Earrings

Diamond Tennis Earring
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Statement earrings, specifically line earrings, are here to stay. With so many unique ways to wear them whether it be for a classic glam look, with a white tee, or even asymmetrical if you have multiple piercings, these tennis earrings are a jewelry staple.

Ali Weiss

Diamond Tennis Earring
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Ali Weiss makes a classic tennis earring that graduates 34 diamonds from largest to smallest. These earrings are available in yellow, white, and rose gold and are just under a carat in total. 

Material Good

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Looking for a classic line earring with a special touch? Material Good’s diamond dangle earrings are perfect to achieve the tennis, line earring look. The bezel set diamonds are what make these earrings ultra cool.

Anita Ko

Diamond Tennis Earring
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If you are looking for a unique twist on a tennis earring, check out Anita Ko’s Diamond Cascade Earrings. This earring delicately hugs the top of the lobe and graduates down into the line earring you know and love. 

Tiffany & Co.

Diamond Tennis Earring
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These diamond tennis earrings from Tiffany & Co. are a modern take on the classic drop earring, and a chic investment and a staple.  

Stone and Strand

Diamond Tennis Earring
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Stone and Strand makes classic diamond tennis earrings, which are now selling for a fraction of the price. These earrings look great with your everyday staples, or could easily dress up any outfit.