Do you know why tennis bracelet are called as such?
In the 1987 U.S. Open, tennis star Chris Evert was playing a vigorous match. In the middle of the game, she asked the officials to stop the game because her diamond bracelet had come unclasped and fallen on the court. She asked for time to search for and retrieve her bracelet. Since that time, the bracelet has been referred to as a "tennis bracelet." (source: www.sportsrec.com)
Material: sterling silver
Stones: Zircon, white
Do not wear jewelry during sleep, during bathing, during dish washing, or during any activity where they may come in contact with water, detergents, chlorine or other chemicals.
We also recommend that you avoid applying cosmetics (perfume, deodorant, cosmetic creams, makeup products) on jewelry.
Stones, crystals or jewelry applications can be torn apart, damaged, scratched, etc. if used in these conditions.
The material from which they are made, 925 silver (sterling silver), is an alloy of pure silver and several other elements that give a higher hardness to the precious metal. However, it can be scratched or damaged if it is subjected to improper treatment.
Silver is a metal that, in contact with air, oxidizes (blackens). This is a natural property of silver and cannot be considered a defect.
The silver jewelry must be cleaned with a soft cloth, especially made for that purpose.