This pink definitely has the glow of copper’s purple and it has been confirmed with my spectrometer. It is included, but the medium light, well saturated, standard round brilliant is still bright and flashy because most of the area corrupted by the fine flaws is not under the table. I love new shades of color in tourmaline and copper combined with manganese in tourmaline from Mozambique has been so exciting. This is especially true because I have been able to get unheated material, where basically everything from Paraiba has been heated. A professional heater, who worked with high grade Paraiba from Brazil, told me that even the best grades of original material had a slight grayish tint and he heated the tourmaline to remove it. Even ruby red tourmaline from Paraiba was heated in the quest to get the neon cyan blue burst of money. I vote strongly for keeping cuprian tourmaline from Mozambique unheated, but that is not the way the world is going. The pretty and rare droplet of color weighs 1.52 carats and probably doesn’t have enough copper in it to turn a decent blue threw heating.