RedLine diamonds come from ethical diamond mines. We thus assure you the legal origins of our stones. The United Nations Security Council Resolution, The Kimberley Process (SCPK) certification system for rough diamond trade attests to the prevention of conflict arising from or caused by the illegal sale of diamonds. The certification and the ethics of our diamonds are according to our pristine and unquestionable philosophy. Our diamonds refer to the 4C as it is in the world of Fine Jewelry, but RedLine considers its own standards in order to be more critical in choosing the stones.
« Carat » refers to the weight of the diamond. It is the unit of measurement adopted in the United States in 1913 and became universal. A carat of diamond equals 200 milligrams or 0.2 grams.
« Clarity » attributes to the purity of the diamond. It evaluates how clean a diamond is from both inclusions or flaws and blemishes. The clarity of the diamond is examined by a magnifying glass at 10X magnification rate.
« Color » designates the color of the stone. A diamond is graded in terms of how white or colorless a diamond is. The GIA classifies diamonds in alphabetical letters, graded D to Z with D being the most colorless and Z as the lowest grade. Diamonds graded G to J are almost water drop like in transparency.
« Cut » does not denote a diamond’s shape, but to the quality of a diamond’s proportions, symmetry, angles, and polish. The size defines the shape of the diamond and implies brilliance, fire, and scintillation of the diamond. The flicker which is commonly known as the « diamond fire » is simply the colored sparkle that you can see when the stone is exposed to light. The diamond has a very strong reflective power that even in the naked eye, the stone always looks perfect.