The spectacular charisma of the TENNIS BRACELET COLLECTION is created by a fascinating game of movable, lined up, sparkling zirconia as well as intensely luminous, colorful synthetic stones. Since a tennis match at the US Open in 1987, these attractive bracelets have been called tennis bracelets. Reason: Chris Evert, one of the most successful players in the history of the white sport, lost her bracelet during a game here. The match was interrupted so that Chris Evert could look for the piece of jewelry. Since then, these beautiful gems have been called tennis bracelets. However, they have been popular since the beginning of the 20th century, but were called Rivière bracelets. Rivière, translated from French, means “river” and should be understood as a metaphor for the calm flowing of the wet element.