This eye clean, nice bright emerald cut has a pale green color with a touch of difference. It weighs 2.49 carats.
Celery juice was squeezed out of me when I saw this tourmaline. Now I know it is a tourmaline, but this is a jester moment. I would definitely think that this was a beryl if I didn’t know better. The gemstone has good crystal and is not dichroic, so there are very few clues to its identity without testing. I know it is not a beryl, in part, because beryl can not stand being polished the way I finish tourmaline, but no laboratory would use that test. A simple Index of Refraction test would do the trick in this and in most cases to nail tourmaline.
The posted stone weighs 2.49 carats.