This is one of the “modern” dravites that has come out of East Africa. It is not too dark to have decent flash and the orange tones make it spicy enough to demand a new name rather than dravite in some peoples eyes. I like mahogany, but then I am familiar with the wood. The gemstone appears to be eye clean and weighs 2.77 carats. Just a reminder, this gemstone is still probably an Elbaite, the most common member of the tourmaline group in gemstones, rather than another species in the tourmaline group called dravite, that hasn’t any lithium and comes from a completely different geological setting.