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We Carry Nameplate Jewelry!

Posted by Jena At Diamond Dream on

Yes, Diamond Dream Jewelry + Apparel can create a nameplate necklace for you or a loved one!  Necklaces are available in Yellow gold, White Gold, or Sterling Silver. Call or visit our store to order a custom nameplate necklace!

Nameplate Jewelry: A Timeline

-During the Victorian era (1837 to 1901), some women wore name brooches, and around the same time within the Jewish tradition, some wore pendants that said "mizpah" to signify they were separated from a loved one. 
-In the 1940s, women wore nameplate necklaces and brooches, usually in the form of gold-filled wire.

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We Carry Nameplate Jewelry!

Posted by Jena At Diamond Dream on

Yes, Diamond Dream Jewelry + Apparel can create a nameplate necklace for you or a loved one!  Necklaces are available in Yellow gold, White Gold, or Sterling Silver. Call or visit our store to order a custom nameplate necklace!

Nameplate Jewelry: A Timeline

-During the Victorian era (1837 to 1901), some women wore name brooches, and around the same time within the Jewish tradition, some wore pendants that said "mizpah" to signify they were separated from a loved one. 
-In the 1940s, women wore nameplate necklaces and brooches, usually in the form of gold-filled wire.

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History of the "Tennis Bracelet"

Posted by Jena At Diamond Dream on

history of the tennis bracelet

During the 1987 U.S. Open, tennis star Chris Evert was playing a vigorous match when her diamond bracelet had come unclasped and fallen onto the court. Evert asked officials to stop the game and viewers watched the televised search until her expensive bracelet was located.  The incident sparked the desire for new diamond bracelets in many viewers, causing a craze for what became affectionately known as “the tennis bracelet.”

Below: Our Signature Collection 18K White Gold Cuban Link Tennis Bracelet with Diamonds
diamond link tennis bracelet

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History of the "Tennis Bracelet"

Posted by Jena At Diamond Dream on

history of the tennis bracelet

During the 1987 U.S. Open, tennis star Chris Evert was playing a vigorous match when her diamond bracelet had come unclasped and fallen onto the court. Evert asked officials to stop the game and viewers watched the televised search until her expensive bracelet was located.  The incident sparked the desire for new diamond bracelets in many viewers, causing a craze for what became affectionately known as “the tennis bracelet.”

Below: Our Signature Collection 18K White Gold Cuban Link Tennis Bracelet with Diamonds
diamond link tennis bracelet

Read more