I would have cut this standard round brilliant with its table perpendicular to the principal (c) axis if it was reasonable. It wasn’t, so I cut the emerald cut with the table parallel to the c axis. With that orientation you get alternating slices of pie with both dichroic colors appearing face up in the round. In this case the c axis color is a nice bright pink and of course dominates, but doesn’t eliminate the paler a/b. When people look close enough at the gem, they find it surprising to see the four slices of a beautiful pie. This is a good sized pie at 7.51 carats. It is eye clean and of excellent crystal.