This smaller emerald cut is a GEM (outstanding gemstone) and was one of the first gemstone from Mozambique that I got, that proved to have copper in it. It has such a bright neon look that I knew it was was different. This was from the moment I saw it, even though you do not get the full impact of the brightness until you cut it. In my quest for different colors in tourmaline I was able to get a number of cuprian gemstones before it was discovered, by the GIA in one of the tourmalines I sent them, that Mozambique was producing cuprian tourmaline. The story of cuprian tourmaline and Mozambique from my point of view will come in other posts. This exceptional cuprian joy weighs 1.84 carats.