Rarity of Fluorescence

Diamond ring on left ring finger

Fluorescence is a rare and fascinating feature of some of the world’s most beautiful natural diamonds.

Invisible under natural light, the secret fluorescence is only revealed when the diamond is exposed to ultraviolet light (i.e. a blacklight). Under these conditions, these magnificent natural crystals come to life, glowing a warm blue.

Found in the Arctic, fluorescing diamonds are very rare and special. According to renowned gemological institutes, fewer than 5 percent of natural diamonds reveal the magic blue glow, ranging in intensity from faint to very strong. Fewer than 1% of diamonds exhibit strong blue fluorescence. These are the rarest of the rare—and the most beautiful!

Adding to the magical blue glow, fluorescing diamonds are typically brighter and whiter under natural light. They often exhibit a color grade above that of non-fluorescing diamonds.

Owning a rare natural gem diamond is very special. Owning an even rarer fluorescing natural diamond is the gift of a lifetime.

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