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Cubic Zirconia Diamonds by the Yard Station Necklaces & Bracelets

Still popular today, the Diamonds by the Yard Necklace And Bracelet became an instant classic when introduced by Tiffany and Co. in 1974.  The Diamonds by the Yard Necklace and bracelet can also be referred to as a Station Necklace or Bracelet and the singular stone version is known as the Floating solitaire Necklace. 
 A station necklace is a necklace with “stations” of diamonds, gemstones or pearls that are set in a specific pattern with a simple wire bezel setting.  The stones are set and separated by equal lengths of chain between each station.  
A tin cup necklace is essentially the same type of style as a Diamonds by the Yard Necklace or Station Necklace.  The tin cup necklace gained popularity in 1996 when worn by actress Rene Russo in the movie Tin Cup also starring Kevin Costner.  Renee Russo wore a pearl Station Necklace which became extremely popular and dubbed the Tin Cup Necklace.
All three terms are used interchangeably to describe this type of necklace.  Another option similar to this style of necklace is the Floating Solitaire Necklace, as seen above.  This necklace has a single bezel set round diamond for a classic yet sophisticated look.  These types of diamond look necklaces have remained a popular addition to many women’s fine jewelry collection and recently Pippa Middleton was pictured wearing a Floating Solitaire Necklace!  

Ziamond Cubic Zirconia Jewelers features Ziamonds by the Yard Necklaces and Ziamonds by the Yard Bracelets in your choice of 14k yellow gold or 14k white gold.  A 16 inch or 18 inch length necklace and 7, 8 or 9 inch bracelet are available in addition to custom lengths upon request.  Ziamond features the finest hand cut and hand polished original Russian formula cubic zirconia set in top quality gold and platinum mountings. 

History Of The Tennis Bracelet


CZ tennis bracelet by Ziamond
Cubic Zirconia Tennis Bracelet Round Four Prong By Ziamond
How did the Tennis Bracelet get its name? What is the history of the Tennis Bracelet? What’s the origin of the Tennis Bracelet? Those are some of the most popular questions asked of a jeweler. This unique piece of jewelry that has been around for decades experienced a phenomenal boom after it’s historical moment in 1987. The Tennis Bracelet is a single strand of diamonds or gem stones that form a popular style of flexible bracelet that is worn by people all over the world.  Many people do not realize how the term “tennis” actually came into use.  It is said that the Tennis Bracelet got its name from the world famous tennis player Chris Evert. 
In 1987, during a match at the US Open, Chris Evert wore a diamond bracelet featuring individually set round brilliant diamonds.  When she noticed the bracelet missing from her wrist, she asked the officials to stop the match so it could be retrieved! As a result, the term “Tennis Bracelet” was coined and has become synonymous with any bracelet that features a single row of diamond, precious stones, or cubic zirconia stones, individually set all the way around in and eternity style.  
Channel Set Princess Cut CZ Tennis Bracelet By Zamond
Channel Set Princess Cut Cubic Zirconia Tennis Bracelet By Ziamond

 Ziamond Cubic Zirconia Jewelers offers a variety of cz tennis bracelets and other cubic zirconia bracelets in many carat sizes and shapes to suit every lifestyle. Round, princess cut, and emerald cut tennis bracelets are all popular, in your choice of a basket setting, channel setting, or bezel setting. Ziamond is known for producing the finest hand cut and hand polished cubic zirconia jewelry originating from the original Russian formula.  All of our fine diamond quality mountings are manufactured with 14k gold, 18k gold or platinum.

The Ziamond Protective Eye Bracelet

An ancient Mediterranian belief is that an envious look cast upon you can bring bad luck. Ward off evil glances and surround yourself with good luck and positivity. All the celebrity craze is this Mediterranean evil eye bracelets. Celebrities that maintain the protective eye in their jewelry wardrobe are reported to be Oprah, Madonna, Britney Spears, Sharon Osbourne, Debra Messing, Jennifer Aniston, Selma Hayek and many many more. The protective eye is even featured on the back of the United States one dollar bill. This unique Ziamond bracelet is a must have and features Italian Murano Glass in the creative shape of an eye. Everyone will want to know where you got yours! This item is a limited edition and is a special order item that is custom made.