This standard round brilliant is eye clean and would like to be a yellow, but has a touch of green. I think that it could be called canary. The gemstone weighs 2.92 carats.
This bright standard brilliant is an example of a yellow with a hope for stardom, falling pray to the evils of green. Now where yellow becomes yellow green in tourmaline varies between peoples eyes. Even normal eyes have different ratios of color receptors (cones) and the yellow green line is really sensitive to that. Also eyes go a bit yellow with age. I have read that the “new” deposit of so called canary tourmaline from East Africa can have a touch of green and still demand the high prices, so I think I will let this stone be a bird for once.and let anyone looking at it decide for themselves where it should fly. The culet of this clean 2.92 carat stone appears to be a tad greener than the crown, but it is really hard for these old eyes to tell.