Tag Archives for " Blue Fluorescence "

Brian Gavin ROCKS The House! 4 carats and larger!

There must be something wrong with me. Because just the other day I was walking along the river with my girlfriend, when she says something about “Big Rocks” and my mind immediately goes to diamonds, and more specifically this 8.108 carat, J-color, VS-2 clarity, Brian Gavin Signature round hearts and arrows diamond that Brian told […]

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“Blue Velvet” Brian Gavin Blue Fluorescent Diamond Review

I took one look at this 2.296 carat, E-color, VS-1 clarity, Brian Gavin Blue diamond with strong blue fluorescence and immediately found myself singing “She wore blue velvet…” because the combination of the E-color and my experience with strong blue fluorescent diamonds invoked a kind of deep emotion that had to be expressed. I just […]

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Cherry Picking Blue Nile, Brian Gavin, Crafted by Infinity & James Allen for 1.00 – 1.20 carat, F-G color, VS-2 clarity, Round Ideal Cut Diamonds

Hey Todd, I really appreciate all of the information that you share on your web site. I’m in the market for a round brilliant ideal cut diamond engagement ring in the range of 1.00 – 1.20 carats, F-G color, VS-2 clarity, and am wondering what you would “cherry pick” from Blue Nile, Brian Gavin, Crafted […]

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Should I buy a G color diamond with very strong blue fluorescence?

Hi Todd, I’ve been reading your site for awhile now. Thank you for putting together such a great resource! I read your article Something Borrowed, Something Blue and really like the way the blue fluorescent diamond looks in the photograph. I’m looking at this 1.547 carat, G color, VS-2 clarity diamond from the Brian Gavin Blue […]

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Review Brian Gavin Diamond with Blue Fluorescence, this Blue Bird sings beautifully!

Every woman deserves to wake up to the sweet song of a blue bird, and this 3.087 carat, G-color, VS-2 clarity diamond from the Brian Gavin Blue collection sings beautifully… trust me, this diamond will talk to her from the moment she opens the box, and it will never stop singing its song, which is rich […]

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“Once in a Blue Moon” 2.343 carat, Brian Gavin Blue with Very Strong Blue Fluorescence. YUM!

Once in a Blue Moon” is a phrase used to describe a rare atmospheric event which causes the moon to appear bluish, this phenomena is usually due to smoke or dust particles in the air, such as those caused by forest fire or volcanic eruption. Blue fluorescence in diamonds is caused by the presence of […]

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Are Diamonds from the Brian Gavin Blue Collection actually blue?

I’ve received several messages from guys about diamonds from the Brian Gavin Blue collection. Most of them say something like “I like what you had to say about that 1.328 carat from Brian Gavin, but my girlfriend says that she doesn’t want a blue diamond.” I’m beginning to wonder whether I’ve done an inadequate job of […]

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Brian Gavin Signature Diamonds vs Brian Gavin Blue Diamonds

The fine folks B&C have asked for my help in fielding the possibilities from the Brian Gavin Signature Diamonds in the range of 1.50 – 1.99 carats, G to H color and VS-2 in clarity… and just for the sake of argument I’m going to toss in a few variables from the Brian Gavin Blue […]

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Something Borrowed, Something Blue: Brian Gavin 1.604 carat, G, VS-2

We all know that wedding etiquette requires that she wear something borrowed and something blue, so this 1.602 carat, G-color, VS-2 from the Brian Gavin Blue Collection of blue fluorescent diamonds.  This diamond just cleared the American Gem Society Laboratory (AGSL) on March 27th and was just posted to the online inventory.  It looks delicious […]

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Face Off: Brian Gavin Blue vs. Hearts & Arrows

“Hello Todd, I just got done reading your article for the 3rd time about a Brian Gavin Blue diamond you reviewed for a gentleman back in August. I am very enlightened by your analysis and have tried to since replicate your analytic skills in my search for my future fiancee’s (hopefully) engagement diamond. I have […]

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