(Closed) Flouresence in a stone, milky or whiter?

posted 6 years ago in Rings
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    Medium-strong flouresence makes a diamond milky

    Medium-strong flouresence makes a diamond whiter

  • Post # 32
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    Buzzing bee

    My diamond is L-brown with medium blue fluorescence and I rarely see the fluorescence in person. I have to catch a pic like this when I do because it is so rare!  (Sorry for the blurriness.) Im very color sensitive and my diamond  will look different in every lighting situation. I’m not sure the fluorescence makes it look colorless but it definitely looks whiter most of the time but the cut could have something to do with it too. Next to a friends F mine actually sparkles brighter and many are surprised to find out it is a brown diamond. When they look Closer they clearly see the color. If you are color sensitive it is best to view the diamond in person side by side with others in several lighting situations. Every diamond has its own personality and you have to find one you can love

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