This beautiful shield cut could be considered a pale peach in some light sources, but I think I see enough brown to call it wheat. The wash of brown does not darken the stone very much and you can see a very bright stone, face up. Wheat (browned yellows to oranges) is not a particularly common color in tourmalines that have such a light tone value. The shield cut natural gives a bright flashy gemstone, that in this case has an eye clean tourmaline to work with. The gemstone weighs a healthy 5.76 carats.