This pastel blue gemstone is not dichroic like most indicolite. It is pure and bright and weighs 4.41 carats.
This shield cut can not help, but come clean. It has nothing to hide except for maybe a drift toward green in artificial light. Still it is a natural pastel blue, but not a baby blue. It probably has a touch of gray, that reminds at least one person I know, of blue diamond. I myself have not seen examples of pastel blue diamonds except in books, so it is hard for me to say. I would probably have to call this an indicolite (trade name for blue tourmaline) but it has such a different feel from most indicolites, that I like to think of this type of clear uniform pastel blue as a different group. But to make the nomenclature of tourmaline more complex would have to have a real need, not a minor preference, because it is already (too?) complex. This exceptional gemstone has the full three step crown and the lovely play of flash, of a triangular cut. It weighs a healthy 4.41 carats.