This listing is for the exact bracelet in the photos. From the Heart of Elvisland, between Memphis and Tupelo, comes this Tennis Bracelet, the fashion statement of the 1990s.. Maker’s mark is visible beside the Karat designation at the female end of the clasp, but we cannot decipher it; we estimate a US maker in the 1980s, possibly one of the Memphis manufacturers. Construction is 10 Karat White Gold Mounting with distinctive yellow gold bow motif at the junctions. We count 65 diamonds, 1.5mm apiece so One Carat total diamond weight. Clasp is excellent and fully functional. Length is the standard 7 inches. Weight is 11.32 grams. Since jewelers routinely price their 10K findings at $60 per gram or more; and Diamonds at $500 to $1000 per Carat, you’d see a bracelet like this priced anywhere from $1179 to $1995 in a jewelry store. We estimate it sold three decades ago for $800 vicinity. We’re offering this pretty, well preserved tennis bracelet, however, for only $ 489.00. We are pawnbrokers licensed by the State of Tennessee and by the United States Treasury Dept. since 1968. We do not deal in any new jewelry.