A Love Match In July

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Wimbledon-Love-Match In tennis, a zero is called "love", which is an interpretation of the French word l’oeuf (for egg, which has a round shape similar to a zero). The term “love” could also have originated from the English phrase “neither for love nor for money,” indicating nothing. It is also traced to the 17th century expression “play for love,” meaning “to play without any wager, for nothing.”   While love means "nothing" in tennis, it’s everything in life!   Every Fourth of July before the chaos of the holiday sets in, T&H owners Jerome and Kimberly Heidenreich wake early to celebrate one of their favorite “non-traditional” summer traditions: “Breakfast at Wimbledon.” Dressed in all white, the Heidenreichs gather in front of the tube, with strawberries and cream in hand, to watch one of the oldest tennis tournaments in the world.   In honor of one of our favorite traditions, our very own T&H exclusive Wimbledon engagement ring exudes excellence down to the last detail. Starring a beautiful 1.04 carat Emerald Cut diamond, ornate lace-like filigree, and milgrained edges, we think that even the Royal Family would be impressed!   Photos from: Northern California Style

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