Now I am not saying the I prefer included stones, to the pure joy of bright, flashing, eye clean perfection, but some inclusions don’t bother me as much as they use to. This trilliant has a great dichroic green. But in this case the c axis with its yellower green is only modestly darker than the bluer a/b axis. The inclusions are numerous, but small and rather evenly spread out threw the stone. They probably do inhibited the flash of the stone, but the excitement that goes on in this stone as it is moved can not be resisted. Flashes of blue green and yellow come to life and then sink into the glories of the mixed green body. (The trilliant’s table was cut at about 45 degrees to the c axis) The inclusions give the stone an emerald like richness without appearing to make the trilliant broken or defective. Bottom line, I like the stone and it weighs 3.11 carats.