How Ashes Are Turned Into Diamonds
There are several ways to honour your loved one with cremation jewellery. Here’s everything you need to know about the procedures, price ranges, and other details about materialising your customised keepsake jewellery, as well as pet cremation jewellery.
Transforming ashes into jewellery is all about a great person, someone you’ll remember forever, who deserves fireworks and a million floating lanterns, and their name engraved in the stars. Let’s honour that person! Transforming ashes to diamonds is partly about chemistry.
The very first lab-produced diamonds were successfully repeatedly created in 1955 by General Electric following more than a decade of study into the method. Without that study, we wouldn’t be able to manufacture cremation jewellery in Singapore today. But lab-produced diamonds and cremation diamonds are quite distinct diamonds –– and the techniques by which they are made vary, too. Of course, the reasons people create diamonds in a lab and why people turn ashes into diamonds are extremely different, as well.
The Symbolism of Cremation Diamonds
Cremation diamonds, also known as eternal diamonds, are a highly personal and one-of-a-kind way to remember a loved one. These diamonds are manufactured one at a time in the same way that natural diamonds are created by the earth. Carbon, heat, and pressure are all used in the process.
The Common Ways To Put Ashes Into Keepsake Jewellery
Urn jewellery is a little hollowed-out container that you will fill with the ashes of a loved one. It can be a charm or a bead for a bracelet, although it is more usually found as a necklace. An urn pendant is a wonderful choice in customising a necklace for ashes.
Many people in Singapore choose to fill their urn jewellery with strands of hair or earth from the burial site instead of ashes. When you order human cremation ashes jewellery, you will be provided instructions on how to fill it. They often incorporate small screws and funnels to assist you in filling the aperture without spilling. The most economical sort of cremation jewellery is urn jewellery, thus transforming ashes into jewellery.
Cremation beads are created by melting down the glass and combining it with the ashes of a loved one. You can select the hue — perhaps the colour of their birthstone or eyes — to make each bead as distinct and individual as their loved one. This alternative is slightly more expensive than urn jewellery, but it is less expensive than diamonds or crystals. Because cremation beads are so adaptable, you can make your customised bracelet or necklace for ashes.
Cremation diamonds are composed of a person’s ashes. To create the cremation diamond, around 8 ounces of ashes are poured in a predestined jewellery making metal container and fired to temperatures exceeding 5,000 degrees Fahrenheit. Everything but the carbon gets oxidised in this heat. Carbon is heated until it transforms into graphite. This graphite is deposited within a diamond seed crystal and placed inside a press, where it is heated to around 2,500 degrees Fahrenheit. The graphite is then laid aside to crystallise, which takes a few weeks. The crystal is easily machined to your requirements before being put in a setting of your choice. The entire process of creating a cremation diamond might take between 8 and 10 months.
Our Ashes into Diamonds: Procedure Explained
Temperature, pressure, the amount of time and an element such as carbon. Those are the factors that are paramount for a diamond to develop in the earth’s mantle. Our scientists employ state-of-the-art technology to mimic the same conditions for your cremation ashes jewellery. Because your loved one’s carbon is unique, we carefully adapt the experience to their needs.
A diamond emerges from the ashes over time. After the diamond has fully grown, our master cutters examine it to verify that we can obtain the desired size while avoiding inclusions. We then grade and engrave it. If you select a coloured diamond, it may be subjected to an additional colouring process. If you decide to have the diamond set, we’ll put you in touch with one of our skilled jewellers. Every step is documented and communicated to you so that you can be confident in the treatment we provide.
Your loved one’s eternal keepsake jewellery will be as one-of-a-kind as they are. The diamond is custom-made through a complicated process in which everyone involved is an Eterneva diamond expert at every step. We treat each person as an individual, with extreme accuracy and care.
The sudden physical disappearance of a loved one, regardless of whether they are people or pets, evokes complicated and deeply-felt emotions. In a period of incredible change, it’s crucial to be surrounded by positive individuals. We believe the same is true for our memorials. We produce timeless diamonds that encourage uplifting thoughts of a cherished life. As for our beloved pets, pet cremation jewellery shall be a special option in all jewellery shops in Singapore.
Diamonds are related to the positive concepts of promises and enduring relationships. They aren’t a symbol that has historically been connected with death or loss, like urns for headstones. When set in a ring or a necklace, they become monuments that we may keep with us through life and even pass down.
There are a lot of reasons why someone desires to transform their loved one’s ashes into jewellery. For many, the image of an urn merely sitting there on a table is disconcerting.
We aim to be a source of joy for individuals who have lost a partner, a friend, a kid, or a parent. We assist families and friends in honouring the shining moments of life through a joint and unexpectedly joyful process. Their loved one’s ashes are morphing into a diamond that they will be able to carry close. If you’re opting to immortalise the remains of your beloved pet or late person, please do not hesitate to reach out to Algordanza Singapore for your cremation jewellery needs. They will surely take care of your needs in the most professional way possible.