Named after women’s tennis champion Chris Evert, who lost a similar style on the 1987 US Open court, this flexible, close-set diamond bracelet comes adorned with a securely designed clasp that fluidly moves with every gesture (so it’ll stay with you forever). A perennial classic in every era, the single strand looks radiant alone for 1.8-carats of delicate sparkle and layers with other styles for more subdued shimmer. Custom sizes available upon request. Presented in our signature Noémie oversized box. Includes a IGI Certificate.
- 18 Karat Gold
- 1.8 Carats
- Average Clarity: VS
- Average Color: F/G
- 72 diamonds
- Box catch with hidden safety clasp
- Length 6.75 inches (can be made in any length needed)
- Our diamonds are purchased from conflict-free sources who enforce the standards established by the Kimberly Process and in compliance with all applicable UN resolutions.
Products in stock take 1-2 business days to process before complimentary overnight delivery. For product variants listed as "Preorder," please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery. If you need a item by a certain date please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to accommodate.
HOW WE GUARANTEE THE BEST PRICES
Our business model centers on removing retail markups and re-engineering the supply chain in order to create better quality fine jewelry at a fraction of the traditional cost. By engaging with customers directly, making our jewelry in-house using the finest quality materials (18K gold and VS quality diamonds), we are able to control the production costs and ship directly to you with complementary overnight delivery. This allows us to profitably sell fine jewelry for significantly less than what it would cost in a jewelry store.
Cost Per Wear
Our jewelry is made in a quality built to last and to one day be passed down to future generations. With all of the tempting designs that we see in the world and our instagram feeds, it can be hard to determine which items we would wear consistently and are worth spending our hard earned dollars on, and which items are less worth it. See our cost per wear calculator to help guide these purchasing decisions.