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  • The Ballier Tennis Bracelet- 3mm
  • The Ballier Tennis Bracelet- 3mm

  • The Ballier Tennis Bracelet- 3mm
  • The Ballier Tennis Bracelet- 3mm

  • The Ballier Tennis Bracelet- 3mm
  • The Ballier Tennis Bracelet- 3mm is on the left

  • The Ballier Tennis Bracelet- 3mm
  • The Ballier Tennis Bracelet- 3mm

  • The Ballier Tennis Bracelet- 3mm
  • The Ballier Tennis Bracelet- 3mm

  • The Ballier Tennis Bracelet- 3mm
  • The Ballier Tennis Bracelet- 3mm is on the top left

  • The Ballier Tennis Bracelet- 3mm
  • The Ballier Tennis Bracelet- 3mm

  • The Ballier Tennis Bracelet- 3mm
  • The Ballier Tennis Bracelet- 3mm is on the right

  • The Ballier Tennis Bracelet- 3mm
  • The Ballier Tennis Bracelet- 3mm is the on top left

The Ballier Tennis Bracelet- 3mm

$12,600

  • White diamond eternity tennis bracelet
  • White diamonds are lab grown and 3mm each 
  • Total carat weight of bracelet is 6 ct
  • Features a snap lock closure
  • Bracelet length : 7"
  • Available in 14K Yellow Gold, 14K White Gold or 14K Rose Gold
  • This item is made-to-order and has a 4 week production lead time prior to shipping 
  • Please note that this style is only returnable for STORE CREDIT

 

The difference between 14K and 10K Gold is the percentage of gold that is contained in a piece of gold jewelry. 10K gold contains 41.7% gold and 58.3% alloy, which means it contains more alloy than gold and therefore a less expensive option. 14K gold contains 58.5% gold and 41.5% alloy and is usually the most popular choice for wedding rings and engagement rings. Pure gold is a soft metal that tends to bend and scratch very easily, so since 10K gold has the most alloy in it, it’s more durable/less soft than 14K gold.

In terms of the color, 10K gold looks slightly more pale than 14K gold but usually you won't be able to see the difference with your bare eyes.

We offer 18K and Platinum upon request: orders@apresjewelry.com