One frequently asked question that is often misunderstood is regarding the fluorescence of diamonds.
The question is, ``Are fluorescent diamonds cloudy and worthless?''
To be clear, things that have fluorescence do not necessarily mean that they are clouds.
There are many strong blues and very strong blues that are very bright and glare, and there are also those that have "NONE" or "FAINT" fluorescence that are completely cloudy and have no texture.
It seems that someone with vague knowledge posted incorrect information on the internet, which was copied one after another and circulated without being verified.
In fact, GIA has officially announced that ``fluorescent diamonds are more beautiful.''
The reason behind such important announcements being ignored and false information being spread is the existence of malicious syndicates who are trying to make profits by greatly inflating the market price of non-fluorescent diamonds. .
Never be fooled.
We do not handle cloudy diamonds, whether they are "STRONG BLUE" or "NONE".
Professionals do not treat such cloudy diamonds by calling them "dead", "dead diamonds", or "worthless diamonds".
However, there are people like scammers who take advantage of this ambiguous information and sell cloudy "NONE" or "FAINT" non-fluorescent diamonds at high prices, so when buying diamonds, just It is dangerous to buy based only on the grade of the certificate.
The kind of person you buy from is a very important point when purchasing a diamond as your property.
Among the amateurs and resellers, there are many people who sell products by deceiving customers without their knowledge.
At the very least, you should buy your diamonds from a professional.
And you should buy from a place that has a long track record.