From a distance this standard round brilliant might appear to be a brown, but on a more personal relationship level, it reveals a complex personality. Orange flash with a hint of red fill the rotating stone and declares its difference. And you better not declare it a garnet, for it will take strong offense. It appears to be an eye clean shot at being a droplet of color. It weighs 1.12 carats.
This paragraph is about a lessen that has to be presented about tourmaline color over and over again. I wrote the first paragraph without looking at the back of the box. I observed the stone under indirect midday light and my yellow light. We have brown orange touch of red color description. Then I looked at the box, where I obviously looked at the stone under different conditions. It says rose. Well that has happen before, but it gets better. When I first started writing posts, I did not have the stones with me and I was just working with the pictures. Using that information, I put this stone in as the red member of the droplets of color. (I was just doing a single member for each color in the droplets at the time). How about that. Dynamic color shifting tourmaline at its best.
Please check out any tourmaline that you’re interested in under different lighting conditions before you’re set for life. They can surprise you.