I was getting ready to post about a smaller blue emerald cut with closed ends, when I checked the back of the box and saw green. So I checked under my yellowish light and sure enough this quite saturated blue, in the morning light, has turn a decent green with blue overtones. But the box says green and under my incandescent work light it probably is green, I put the green on the box in the first place. So you see what is driving me nuts, I really want to give a good impression of the color of the tourmaline to augment the pictures, but they keep playing with my mind, because of different light sources. I am not saying that a yellowish light, turning a blue stone greener, is unexpected, but to have a blue without green go mostly green is not the path of the average blue tourmaline. But I have found more of them in this survey of the collection than I realized. And I like them.
This clean flashy emerald cut has steep ends and weighs 1.14 carats.