Introducing the Tennis Edit

With Britain reaching fever pitch over the tennis season, the allure of the sport extends beyond the courts and into the realm of fashion. Tennis bracelets, known for their elegant simplicity and rows of sparkling diamonds, hold a special place in both fashion and sports history. This timeless piece of jewellery garnered its unique name during the 1987 U.S. Open when tennis champion Chris Evert's diamond bracelet accidentally snapped off her wrist mid-match. The game was paused as she searched for the missing piece, drawing attention to the accessory that has since become synonymous with both luxury and athleticism. Wimbledon, with its rich tradition and iconic status in the tennis world, is often associated with this anecdote, adding a touch of glamour to the tournament's storied legacy.


As the nation celebrates its passion for tennis, Sophie Breitmeyer’s Tennis Edit presents a collection that pays homage to this elegant fusion of sport and style. The edit features the classic diamond claw set tennis bracelet and necklaces.


Given its traditional popularity, Sophie revisited this iconic piece of jewellery by setting the diamonds, sapphires, rubies and emeralds in bezel settings, offering clients a timeless yet playful bracelet. 


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