She made everyone feel like the most important person in the world. Even in her darkest days, she found a bit of humor.
Cremation diamonds are real diamonds made from the carbon left in cremated remains, or from the carbon in someone’s hair. Cremation diamonds are known by a few names including memorial diamonds and eternal diamonds.
They are grown using a lab grown application process within a high pressure, high temperature (HPHT) machine, first purifying the cremated remains (ashes) to extract the carbon left within. Cremated remains contain 1-4% carbon depending on the age of the person, their diet, and other factors.
The cost for turning ashes into diamonds varies based on the carat size and diamond color you want. Cost begins at $2,999 for a .1 carat blue, yellow or colorless diamond.
Cost goes up based on the amount of time the diamond is in the machine since we can only grow one diamond at a time. Larger carat sizes must be in the machine longer, and colors outside of yellow, blue or colorless must go through an additional coloration process. Larger diamonds are also most difficult grow so the pricing reflects the complexity of hand-crafting a large diamond. These factors are what makes the price increase.
Customers choose Eterneva because of the unique grief journey we provide. We film every step in the process to your loved one transforming into a diamond and send you monthly updates. We also inaugurate each one of our loved ones on social media (with permission) to make sure that our entire team and, eventually, the world knows about this remarkable life.
We do everything we can to fight against the second death (when someone’s name is said for the last time), and help our customers do tribute videos, plan homecoming parties for the diamond, launch legacy projects and so much more. We're a team of people that deeply cares and is personally connected to our work. This is less of a job and more of a calling for all of us.
Our grief journeys are unique, but that doesn’t have to mean they are lonely. We are here to work with you, to learn more about your loved one and what made them so special, and ultimately to celebrate the remarkable lives that make us who we are.