Diamond bracelet is the modern term for what is commonly referred to as a line bracelet. Tennis great Chris Evert popularized the bracelet in 1987 when her bracelet broke off and flew onto the court. From that moment on, the linear bracelet became known as the tennis bracelet.

The linear bangle consists of a 7"-7.5" bangle with scalloped diamonds arranged in a linear fashion throughout the bangle. Each diamond weighs about the same, and diamonds can be any carat, relatively speaking. Most diamonds are round brilliant cut, but I have seen stunning tennis bracelets with emerald cut diamonds.