(Closed) Does anyone have a BGD Blue diamond or a diamond with med-very strong florescanc

posted 6 years ago in Rings
Post # 2
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Busy bee

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Whitetoes:  My diamond has strong fluorescence and aside from the UV light, I don’t think there’s much of a difference aside from the fact that it would value higher with less flourescence. In the year I’ve had it, I’ve never been under a UV light.

It’s 1.01 ct, Internally Flawless, Ideal Cut, and G color.

 

 

Post # 3
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Busy bee

Mine has medium flourescence. It’s been under blacklights, and it doesn’t glow. I haven’t noticed that it looks goofy in sunlight either, so for my diamond it has been a non-issue.

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Sugar bee

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Whitetoes: mine has blue fluorescence – I’m pretty sure it’s “medium”.  I’ve only seen it fluoresce once when we went galactic bowling, and I thought it looked cool! I’ve heard people say that fluorescence can make your diamond look hazy, but I haven’t had any problems. 

 

Post # 5
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

I would love a diamond that glows! How cool

Post # 6
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: January 2016 - The Wynn Las Vegas

Mine has a strong blue fluorescent. It is a VS1 in clarity and a J in color, triple Ex, GIA cert. 

Post # 7
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Busy bee

My is GIA certified, color E, size 5.5, .90 carats, medium blue FL,vs1, triple excellent cut, etc. I do notice that my diamond looks blue when it’s cloudy and overcast, which ilove! I think my diamond looks best in low light, like in my apartment and looks like a disco ball in certain lighting, such as my gym and in jcpenney, lol! I wanoted medium blue fl bc blue is my fav color and of o can have a diamond that sometimes looks blue, I’m in love! Usually it’s icy white though. The discounted price is a plus! Also, bc my diamond looks super blue in some lights, I wouldn’t go higher than medium blue, especiay if your going for a colorless diamond. however, blue will actually offset a diamone that has color in it and make it appear whiter in some lights  

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Helper bee

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gisekaotic:  that is so cool.

Post # 9
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Bumble bee

I did not know this was a thing… but now I really want one!! 

Post # 10
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

My ring is from Brian Gavin. It’s a 2ct GIA I VS1 triple excellent cut with strong blue fluorescence. It’s bright white and sometimes flashes vivid blue under very strong UV. I love it!

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Worker bee
  • Wedding: January 2016 - The Wynn Las Vegas

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boaxai: my iPhone flash did that =P

Post # 13
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Busy bee

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Whitetoes:  personally, I wouldn’t worry about the stone matching your rose gold setting, because mine rarely looks blue and even when it does, no one has ever noticed. I pointed it out one day to my Fiance and he was like , “huh, is there something wrong with it?” He was very confused! Unless you live somewhere thAt is always overcast, it probably won’t look blue too often. However, I read that if hour diAmond is lower color – like I-M it’s better to go with yellow or rose gold because the diamond will look whiter and colorless diamond go better with white gold and platinum. Good luck! 

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Buzzing bee

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I love my GIA L-faint brown with medium blue flurescence!  It is in a yellow gold band with white gold prongs.  This is a rare glimpse of it looking very blue while I was in my car and I had to snap a pic.  The rest of my hand just happened to be in the shade and the contrast of the sunlit ring made the blue pop.  I ejnoy the fluresence!

Post # 15
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

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Whitetoes:  Thanks! The setting is a BGD platinum 6 prong fishtail pave. 

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