All diamonds have their own individual characteristics, part of their DNA, you could say.
The term ‘fluorescence’ refers to a diamond’s tendency to emit a soft glow when viewed under ultraviolet light, which can cause them to emit a bluish light, or sometimes (and more rarely!) a yellow or orange colour.
A diamond’s fluorescence is classified by its intensity, which ranges from ‘None’ to ‘Very Strong’. And whilst this characteristic does not occur in all diamonds, around 25-35% are believed to exhibit some degree of fluorescence.
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