This beige is almost without tricks. He is pure and without dichroism. He flashes abundantly under even low light conditions. He has excellent crystal and weighs 5.84 carats. But he was give a different path than most rounds, by having a modified stepped crown place on him, like his intended bride, Queen Ecru.
Now I love the endless variety in color in pastel tourmaline. I actively go after it even if it leaves me pink many times. When a large slightly brownish piece of rough entered my den, I know that she would be exceptional. I gave her an exceptional cut and she did not disappoint me. I had to have a fitting name and since I work in wool, ecru came to mind. So there she sit in her box, a unique beauty, but missing a companion. I tried hard to get her a good mate, which even included getting a feldspar by mistake, and this gemstone is the best fit. So they were brought together in holy union and he remains her consort. No other name has been given to him, it is enough to be her consort.