10 Jun 2019 - Tracey Wallace
Behind every diamond is a remarkable connection. This is as much for you as it is for them. It’s about creating a diamond that is truly personal.
Maybe it’s blue to match her eyes. Red to match his birthstone. Yellow because she was the sunshine of your life.
And then, you get to carry that diamond with you – forever. Maybe in a necklace so he’s close to your heart. Or in a ring so she catches your eye.
Whatever the choice, here is how Eterneva’s diamond pricing breaks down.
We only need a half cup of ashes or hair to grow a diamond! If you have less than that don’t worry - a small amount goes a long way. Contact us and we’ll let you know if you have enough. Any ashes/hair we don’t use we’ll also send home at the end.
To grow a diamond from ashes, it takes us about seven to ten months - it depends on the diamond size and color. Every month we’ll provide videos and pictures so that you can be a part of the journey!
First, you’ll have an initial consultation with us, and then if you’re ready to begin the process, you will put a $100 deposit down to order our kit, which has everything you need to safely send us your ashes. This deposit goes towards your diamond.
Absolutely. Like regular diamonds, we grade and certify our diamonds to prove authenticity. We guarantee your diamond will meet the minimum carat weight you ordered and be free of visible inclusions. If we don’t meet these standards, we’ll grow you an additional diamond to ensure we do!
When you commission an eternal diamond, they are completely custom-made. Our process is long and intricate, and requires incredible precision to create an eternal diamond exactly to your specifications. Sometimes, it takes multiple attempts. But in the end, your tailor-made diamond is far more meaningful and soulful than a regular diamond.
We prioritize our logistics above everything else because we’re working with someone you love. We maintain a safe reserve of ashes through the process, use QR codes for tracking at every stage, and work on everyone in isolation.Back to more articles
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