The Tennis Bracelet, Reimagined

Serving a new take on an icon. Game, Set and Match!

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Where it all began

The term "Tennis bracelet" originated in the 1970s when legendary American world no. 1 tennis player Chris Evert started accessorising her tennis kit with diamond jewellery. The name gained further notoriety when she lost her diamond bracelet during the 1987 US Open and insisted on stopping play until it was found. The moment captured the imagination of fans worldwide, and the trend was firmly established in popular culture. Perfect for formal or more casual looks, on or off the court, the tennis bracelet brings a touch of quiet luxury to every day.


Crafting a New Icon

Serving as a modern take on the classic bracelet, the latest designs include bold gold mounts matched with a range of contemporary stone cuts. Expertly crafted in our British workshops, these pieces display exquisite gemstones carefully set into 18ct recycled yellow gold to maintain a perfect linear flow. These newly launched pieces truly showcase exceptional artistry and British craftsmanship.

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Katie Boulter

A long-standing Friend of the House, Katie Boulter. Pragnell enjoys a relationship grown from shared roots. The talented British athlete hails from Leicester, home to one of the four Pragnell showrooms, and the location of one of our jewellery & watch workshops. As a British jeweller with a heritage of craftsmanship and gem expertise for over 170 years, we are delighted to align with Katie’s talent, dedication, and exceptional craft as Britain’s highest-ranked women’s tennis player.

Wimbledon Style Guide

Explore our guide to what to wear, on or off the courts, at the British tennis championship.

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Explore our guide to what to wear, on or off the courts, at the British tennis championship.

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