Now a collection of tourmalines that wants to be inclusive can not only go for the eye candy in the world. Besides I wouldn’t have a lot to cut if every stone had to have great commercial potential. This dichroic emerald cut has a medium tan a/b with a touch of green that is more easily seen from the pavilion and a darker tan with more orange in the ends. Because the emerald cut has a higher ration between the length and its width, the a/b color puts up a good fight with the more dominant c axis color. The bottom line is a bright, eye clean, bronze like color with a fleeting touch of green. Not too bad for a combination that seem questionable to me. It weighs 3.56 carats and will the only one of its kind in the collection.