Perhaps it is just what I am accustomed to seeing for 20 years or maybe I have bionic eyes. I can & do pick out stones w/ med/strong bl. fluor. To me, they seem more "plugged in", especially in sunlight. I have yet to see a stone w/ a negative impact. Curious, NiceIce - what does your overblue D look like in normal lighting? The only valid "objection" I have heard from consumers is that they did not like the purplish "hue" the stone took on in direct sunlight.----------------
On 5/15/2003 89:27 PM dimonbob wrote:
Gary is correct.
GIA did a study in the late 90's and the end result was that only very strong (overblue) fluorescence would give the slightly milky or oily look sometimes seen.
Medium blue is a non-issue----------------