GGTL.IN brilliance

Another quality idea acquainted with GGTL.IN gemstone reports – GGTL.IN brilliancy-type "vibrant" GGTL.IN presents new quality idea as brilliancy grants for stones completely cut and with incredible clarity, exceptionally low level of termination and even color distribution.

Color stability test

GGTL.IN presently offers color stability testing at our lab. Color blurring is a natural phenomenon observed in specific gemstones, especially with orange to yellow sapphires. As a rule this wonders is reversible and happens when the sapphire is presented to a particular sort of light.

Updated terminology for HPHT treatment

GGTL.IN has chosen to refresh the treatment exposure terminology utilized for sapphires upgraded by heat at raised pressure. By and large the pressure factor applied to diamond during the HPHT treatment measure is much higher than that of the sapphire treatment.

Q/A on PHT treated sapphires

Sapphire, just as most colored gemstones today are regularly treated to improve their appearance and increment their adaptability. Basic warmth application, frequently called 'cooking' is an ancient strategy for improving colored stones. Contingent upon the actual stone.


From Peacock to Pigeon's Blood - is equipped with the history of Ruby and Sapphire for about four years, well known to know such a color. Our meaning is planted to history and experience, but at the same time they have to understand the unknown biggest basics. The following is an EOR head to color type.

Burmese jade

Jade has a rich history in the Orient, especially China. Historically, the term jade was applied to any of a number of ornamental materials that could be carved, but most importantly amphibole jade, or nephrite. The rich green material subsequently found in Burma proved to be composed primarily of a different mineral and was named jadeite.