This pale green emerald cut is not dichroic and without any problems with its cleanliness or crystal. I would honestly think this was a beryl or maybe even a greened quartz before I would guess a tourmaline. With successful polishing I know that this is a candidate for the IceT group that can only accept tourmalines of pale persuasion. The color needs a little more than just green to describe it. It looks like the juice from a wound in a green tomato that is ripe enough to have some juice. I won’t tell which variety of tomato, since that would be going too far. This rather different IceT member weighs 5.46 carats.