Here is a beautiful blue that knows how to stay blue under a gray day’s sky or even in my secret place, just under the side of a compact florescent light in a yellowish shade. There are more steps that have to be taken in order for a blue to be a really good blue. It must not have dark ends that rob even a gemstone with an a/b axis, showing excellent tone values, the flash to be great. It must at least appear to be eye clean even if it means hiding inclusion in the darker toned valleys of its heart.
This longer ratio, really good blue, fits the bill to a T. It is a little bit unhappy about needing to hide some light inclusion, but the call of goodness went in its favor. It weighs 1.16 carats.