Rainbow tennis necklace
Rainbow tennis necklace
Rainbow tennis necklace
Rainbow tennis necklace
Rainbow tennis necklace
Rainbow tennis necklace
Rainbow tennis necklace
Rainbow tennis necklace
Rainbow tennis necklace
Rainbow tennis necklace
Rainbow tennis necklace
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Rainbow tennis necklace

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Searching for the perfect layering necklace? You’ve found It here! 
This rainbow “tennis” necklace is my go-to when creating the perfect necklace set. I always use It as my “base” piece and start layering for there. This necklace is choker style but does come with 3 inches of extension chain so you can adjust the length. 

I love “tennis” style jewelry because of the amount of stones and sparkle! The stones are perfectly aligned so It appears that you’re wearing all diamonds. 
Want to know the history of the “tennis bracelet” or “tennis necklace”? 

The term Tennis Bracelet was coined  thanks to Chris Evert, a professional tennis player from the USA, who had a prolific career which stemmed from 1972 to 1989. During a ferocious match in the US Open her George Bedewi diamond bracelet broke and fell off her wrist. Ever since that memorable moment, George Bedewi immediately became popular within the jewellery industry and jewelers everywhere were creating a bracelet with handmade in line diamonds and secure clasps. This is now known as the "Tennis Bracelet".