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Make an unforgettable entrance with a stunning 18k white gold diamond bracelet from the exceptional diamond bracelet collection at Angelic Diamonds.
A white gold diamond bracelet looks flattering on every skin tone and is the perfect accessory to any outfit, radiating elegance and grace. We offer a range of bracelet styles, such as delicate bracelets in 18k white gold and contemporary tennis bracelets. You can also choose your preferred diamond shape, including a classic round shape diamond or a stylish princess cut.
We also offer a free bespoke design service for any customisable changes you'd like to make to your jewellery. Shop with us today and enjoy a 30-day money-back guarantee plus free delivery worldwide.
A tennis bracelet is a bracelet that has small diamonds or other gemstones along its length. These are usually set into individual bezels or prong settings and are consistent in size and shape. They get their name from the bracelet worn by tennis star Chris Evert, who wore this bracelet style during the 1978 US Open tennis championships. The tennis-style diamond bracelet is incredibly popular, especially as a white gold bracelet, because the colour complements the stones flawlessly.
It's rare to be allergic to white gold. Gold is a pure metal that doesn't usually cause a reaction. However, yellow gold is blended with an alloy of other metals, usually palladium or platinum and silver, to create white gold. While palladium and platinum are hypoallergenic, some people do react to silver.
White gold bracelets have a coating of rhodium to protect the surface. This is also hypoallergenic and should not cause a reaction. But as the rhodium coating wears over the years, your skin may be exposed to the bare metal. If you have a silver allergy, this could potentially cause a reaction.
Learn more about metals with our helpful metal education guide.
18-carat gold is purer than 9k gold. The higher number means that there’s a greater percentage of gold in the mix with the alloy metals, which increases its value and makes it more resistant to tarnishing. White gold blends yellow gold with alloy metals to give it strength and resilience, making it more suitable for everyday wear.