Ace your look with Serena Williams Jewelry

Serena Williams is arguably the best player in the history of women’s tennis. She’s won 23 major singles titles — Wimbledon as well as the Australian, French and U.S. opens. At 40 years old, she recently hinted next week’s U.S. Open could be her final professional event.

Williams excels in more than tennis; she’s invested in several businesses outside the sport. One of those businesses is Serena Williams Jewelry. She has described this fine jewelry line as “a beautiful celebration of the strong women in my life and around the world.”

“My designs inspire people to love themselves, believe in themselves, and, of course, treat themselves,” according to Williams.

The pieces are simple and elegant. Some use script to convey affirmations like “loved,” “believe,” “unstoppable” and more. They are perfect for everyday or evening wear.

Made with conflict-free diamonds and precious metals, they’re crafted in a facility certified by the Responsible Jewelry Council. That means the jewelry company meets the highest standard of health and safety, labor and human rights and environment sustainability.

Pieces are set with diamonds and available in sterling silver and/or 10K white and yellow gold.

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Every woman needs an elegant tennis bracelet to class up their wardrobe. (Courtesy of Serena Williams Jewelry)

Diamond tennis bracelet in 10K gold, 3 CT. T.W. ($3,499, 10K white or yellow gold). The iconic tennis bracelet is a must for the collection. Bezel-set diamonds sparkle along 7.25-inch bracelet that has an “S”-shaped clasp – representing the “S” in Serena’s signature.

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The necklace has an 18-inch chain, but is adjustable to 16- and 17-inches. (Courtesy of Serena Williams Jewelry)

“#believe” diamond necklace 1/6 CT. T.W ($249 sterling silver, $399 10K yellow gold). This necklace reflects Serena’s outlook on life and uses words of affirmation to inspire the wearer to be unapologetically and authentically herself.

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Serena is queen of the court and you’re queen of your life. (Courtesy of Serena Williams Jewelry)

“Queen” diamond ring in 10K gold 1/5 CT. T.W. ($349, 10K white or yellow gold) The diamond “queen” motif is available in three necklace styles as well. Again, words of affirmation are meant to empower the wearer.

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The “unstoppable” collection includes bracelets, necklaces and earrings. (Courtesy of Serena Williams Jewelry)

“UNSTOPPABLE” diamond solitaire band 1/20 CT. T.W. ($99 sterling silver, $499 10K yellow gold) Remind yourself of your power every time you glance at your finger. The word “UNSTOPPABLE” is inscribed on this band with a diamond solitaire as the “O.” A mini band is also available.

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Sparkling “mama” necklace, bracelet and ring are also available. (Courtesy of Serena Williams Jewelry)

“mama” diamond stud earrings 1/6 CT. T.W. ($299, white gold). Each earring showcases the letters “ma” sculpted in a diamond-lined script font. Together they spell “mama.”

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This necklace has an 18-inch sterling silver chain. (Courtesy of Serena Williams Jewelry)

“UNSTOPPABLE” diamond toggle necklace 1/20 CT. T.W ($179, sterling silver). A drop circle is inscribed with the word “UNSTOPPABLE” with a diamond as the “O.” Diamonds line the toggle bar for additional sparkle.

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The toggle necklace comes in four colors. (Courtesy of Serena Williams Jewelry)

Cera-Enamel diamond toggle necklace 1/6 CT. T.W ($249, 14K gold vermeil) This ceramic-enamel “circle of strength” is set with 12 baguette diamonds on one side and the words “UNSTOPPABLE” engraved into 14K gold vermeil on the other.

See more fine jewelry from Serena Williams Jewelry.

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