Most of the smaller rounds and many of the larger ones are cut with their table perpendicular to the c axis (principle axis). This is to get the best level of tone and an even color, face up, in the stone. It also obscures how dichroic they are. Well with this forest green, the depth of color is so much higher, face up, (c axis) than the a/b axis which is seen from the side of this standard round brilliant that it was worthy of mention. The round appears to be eye clean and has reasonable flash for such a dark gemstone. It weighs 1.99 carats.