“A kiss on the hand may feel very good but a diamond bracelet lasts forever”. It would be extremely rare to find a woman who disagrees with this statement. Whether you prefer chunky ethnic Indian gold jewellery or modern, eclectic jewellery pieces, a diamond bracelet complements everything you wear and gives your look the ideal finishing touch. There is no limit to the variety of diamond bracelet designs available in a gold jewellery design finder. So, let’s take a closer look at some of the most popular styles. 

Tennis Bracelet 

A tennis bracelet is probably one of the most classic diamond jewellery styles.  This can be described at a row of diamonds of approximately the same carat value.  The bracelet is designed to wrap itself around your wrist and is just the statement piece needed for a cocktail party. Tennis bracelet designs can be crafted from yellow gold or in white gold like the Glint tennis bracelet. 

Chain Bracelets

What tennis bracelets are to black tie events, chain bracelets like the Cabaret chic diamond bracelet are to Sunday brunches and your office look. These bracelet designs have a more casual appeal to them. They’re delicate and can be worn on a daily basis. 

Single chain bracelets like the Pompon diamond Flexi bracelet and the Floria bracelet are popular with women of all ages.

If you’re looking for diamond jewellery that’s a little more distinctive yet lightweight, take a look at designs like the Delicate Navratna bracelet and the Port And Net gold bracelet. Some designs have a single charm while others like the Full bloom bracelet have multiple charms.

This style of bracelets is also very popular for children’s jewellery.  The Butterfly kid’s bracelet or the Tiara kid’s bracelet would be perfect for your daughter’s birthday. You can also look at initial bracelets like the Mi Amore diamond bracelet. 

Open-Ended Bracelets

Not all bracelets form a complete ring around your wrist. Open-ended bracelets are typically cast in solid gold that can hold its shape despite not being a closed ring. The two ends are usually the diamond-studded elements in this design. Themes for this type of diamond bracelet design vary from floral like the Twinkle diamond bracelet and the Graciella gemstone bracelet to geometric like the Ruffle diamond bracelet. In terms of the overall shape, these bracelets may be designed with a gap between the two ends or in such a way that the two ends overlap. 

The Crocus bracelet is a beautiful example of the former while the Leila cutout bracelet is a popular design for open ended diamond bracelets with overlapping ends. 

Mangalsutra Bracelets

When Indian women put together their bridal jewellery, a mangalsutra is probably one of the most important pieces they look at on a gold jewellery design finder. Traditionally, this is worn around the neck, but today, many women choose to wear their mangalsutras as a bracelet. The Chalama Sankalp gold mangalsutra bracelet and the Dayamayee mangalsutra bracelet are two of the most popular mangalsutra bracelet designs on Finaura. 

Whether you’re looking for a bracelet to gift someone or you want to add a new piece to your gold collection, Finaura has a number of gold jewellery designs to choose from. Now you don’t have to open multiple browser tabs to see Indian gold jewellery from the country’s top jewellers- you can see all their designs and compare them on a single app. With a secure payment channel and the guarantee of hallmarked gold, your orders are as safe as the ones you place in the store. So, ready to add some sparkle.

Finaura is a gold jewellery design finder that helps you to find the best gold jewellery designs from the most trusted Indian gold jewellers. You can download the Finaura App from Google Playstore.

If you have any queries please feel free to contact us. Call us on +91 484 2388285 or email us at finaura@finahub.com

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