A Few Questions Regarding Flourescence And Other Things in The Rock Posted February 4, 2016 · Report reply wait, what did you say? I was not listening:) Very good saying Davide! Re GIA- in some cases we purchase stones form the cutter pretty much as they come off the wheel- before visiting GIA. Particularly with lower priced stones- like Brown Diamonds. If a GIA report is requested, it is possible but there will be a charge for it. In terms of getting opinions about stones you are considering from jewelers who are trying to sell you things: The chances of impartiality are slim- and they may have limited experience with Fancy Colored Diamonds. Even if you go to an appraiser, you'd really need to vet them to see what their knowledge is on such a unique item. It's a shame, but your experience highlights this Aimee. The comment made about fluorescence not being spread evenly across the diamond indicating heating? Total nonsense. I will say that asking to see any 2ct round diamond for less than $10k in a jewelry store is very likely to cause a puzzled stare from the salesperson. These are not easy to find diamonds - especially in local jewelry stores.