In working with color, the word saturation is not how deep the color is, but rather how pure the color is. That is how much gray hinders the color. Most if not all of my pinks have a good saturation, because there is not much call for, or reason to carry grayed pinks commercially. I once had a specimen that had a strong gray axis and pink axis, but I couldn’t get a stone out of it. I do have some pinks that I cut into emerald cuts that have a slightly grayed a/b axis, but I don’t really consider them grayed pinks, because the more saturated pink c axis dominates the gemstone. This droplet of color appears to be eye clean and weighs .47 carats.