Loved Ones

Diamonds from Ashes

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We believe our loved ones live on through us. The brightness and positivity of a Diamond is a truly remarkable way to carry your loved one with you, to continue their story.

Starting price
Ashes or hair needed
1/2 cup
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Real Stories

She made everyone feel like the most important person in the world. Even in her darkest days, she found a bit of humor.

Roberta Abele

is remarkable

A grief-changing journey

We want to be a source of brightness for those coping with the death of a loved one. Through a collaborative and surprisingly uplifting process, we help families and friends honor the bright moments of a life. Meanwhile, the ashes of their loved one are evolving into a Diamond that they'll be able to hold close.

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Here's your loved one's itinerary. 😊 Every month we'll share pictures, videos, & updates. So honored to be on this journey with you! 💛 💎
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You receive your Welcome Kit
The kit includes a video, instructions, return postage, and the needed tools for you to send us your loved one's ashes.
Stage one success! Your loved one's ashes have been successfully purified into beautiful, sparkly carbon. Check out the process ahead. 🎥
Process Video
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A remarkable transformation
We isolate the carbon from ashes, which is the starting material for their Diamond!
I have amazing news...your loved one is officially a raw Diamond! Here's a video from the growth - they did wonderfully. 🙌
Growth Video
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A Diamond emerges
Through a custom, individualized process of heat and pressure, your loved one's raw Diamond will grow.The Science behind the Diamond
Hey there. They just finished at the cutters. Gosh, they turned out stunning. 😍
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Cut, polished, set by masters
Your Diamond is cut in Antwerp, graded and engraved, colored* and set in personalized jewelry*. Next, we’ll get ready for the homecoming! (* optional)
The day is finally here - we're ready to deliver them home. Take lots of pics, this is a day you'll remember for a lifetime. 💛
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An unforgettable homecoming
The return of your loved one’s Diamond is a special day, so we make sure every Diamond is carefully and thoughtfully delivered.
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A Diamond that is uniquely them

Design a Diamond that uniquely tells your loved one’s story. Choose a color that reminds you of their eyes or that represents their one-in-a-million personality. As the final touch, we’ll engrave their name on the Diamond’s edge.

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Diamond Financing

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can you help me set my Diamond?

Absolutely! We work with jewelers to help you find the perfect setting for your Diamond if you’d like our help.

Some folks like to have a brand new piece of jewelry, and others like to put the Diamond in a piece of jewelry they already own. Whichever option you prefer, we’re here to help you get the Diamond in its setting so you can begin bringing your loved one with you in the next chapter.

Instead of cremated ashes, can I use other sources to create a Diamond?

You are able to include other sources of carbon to supplement with anything that has significance to you, which could include (but is not limited to) clippings of hair, cotton clothing, dried flowers, written letters. We ask that you make sure anything you send is completely dry.

Is there enough carbon in ashes to create a Diamond?

Yes, there is more than enough carbon in ashes to grow a Diamond. We work closely with TDI Brooks International, a world-renowned carbon testing and forensic organization, to test the carbon contents in cremated remains, hair, and aquamation ashes. 

The cremated remains sample contained 3.28% carbon, the hair sample to contained 36.66% carbon, and the aquamation sample to contained 16.91% carbon.

How much pressure does it take to turn coal into a Diamond?

You need much more than pressure alone to turn coal into a Diamond. You’ll need pressure and heat! Roughly 870,000 pound-force per square inch (psi) at 2,500 degree Fahrenheit.

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