Author: Diamond Museum

Diamond fluorescence refers to the diamond tendency to disperse a soft bluish glow when exposed to ultraviolet light.  “A diamond should not have strong fluorescence.” That’s what is often claimed by many diamond experts. However, we have got to be careful with this statement: faint or moderate fluorescence does...

The Star of the South was discovered in 1853 in Brazil and is a type IIa diamond. With clarity of VS-2, a light pinkish brown color and 128,48 carats. It was displayed in several exhibitions all over the world, mainly in London and Paris, which improved its status greatly.History of The Star...

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