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5 Things to Avoid When Buying Cremation Ashes into Diamond

Cremation ashes diamond, also known as memorial diamond or ashes into diamond.  The extraordinary ashes diamond price starts from £2,000 in the UK, and requires as much as 500 g of your loved ones ashes.

There are many ashes diamond suppliers globally. They are Algordanza, Lonite, Heart in Diamond, Eterneva, LifeGem, and Ever Dear.

5 Things to Avoid When Buying Cremation Ashes into Diamond Cremation Jewellery

With so many cremation diamond providers, our customers very often ask: “How do I choose a the best Cremation Diamond Provider? and What to Avoid when buying an ashes into diamond”  There are few important factors to consider when you decide on one: –

Transparency of the ash diamond production process

  • Understand the certification differences 
  • Existing customers reviews
  • Understand the ashes diamond creation process 
  • What does the prices and services includes?

1. Transparency of Cremation Diamond Production

One of the most important factors is to check if you can visit or personally deliver ashes or hair to the laboratory. Looking at online images and watching videos are definitely not sufficient to guarantee the genuine products or services. Any credible company would be able to explain and provide transparency of their production process to their customers.

If they don’t offer this, normally means they are trying to hide something, or they don’t have the technology and expert knowledge to make the ash diamonds.  You could received a cheap lab diamond but not an ash diamond made from your loved ones’ ashes. This is devastating not knowing where the loved ones remains were treated.  CONTACT US now to book a tour.

5 Things to Avoid When Buying Cremation Ashes into Diamond Cremation Jewellery

2. Ashes Diamond Certification of Authenticity

Understand the certification. Most popular diamond certification GIA can guarantee and certify the diamond laboratory grown diamond, its report include standard colour clarity and cut grading, as well as the type of grown process, CVD (Chemical Vapor Deposition) or HPHT (High Pressure High Temperature), also will indicate if there is evidence of post grown treatments to change the colour.

however GIA CAN NO  guarantee it is made from your loved one’s ashes.

Customers should look for additional certifications from independent bodies e.g. ISO certificate, notarial certification, and national funeral services membership should bring you a peace of mind.

3. Customer Reviews

It is always reassuring to hear what previous customers said about the product and service. It is easy to validate these recommendations via google or social media platforms. Read Our customers reviews. 

4. Understand Ashes Diamond & Its Creation Process

A genuine memorial diamond should only be created from carbon found in cremation ashes or hair in a high tech lab under an HPHT machine, and it normally takes 6-8 months to grow. It is important to make sure your diamond is NOT

A chemical vapour deposition diamond- hydrocarbon gas such as methane, not carbon from hair or ash. The normal process time only takes several hours.

An existing diamond injected with ashes- Some diamonds are inserted with ashes into an existing diamond.

A diamond simulate (ie. Gem, Crystal or Zircons) – They are not real diamonds, a real memorial diamond grown from lab should be certified with the same characteristics as real mined diamonds.

5. Ashes Diamonds Price vs. Service and Product

The ashes diamond price should reflect its product and service comparable to a standard burial, which could cost around£3,000 to £8,000 (Average funeral in the SE of England).

Look out for hidden cost of ash diamonds providers. such as personal pick up and delivery of ashes. Certification cost as well as starter kits.