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Turn Cremation Ashes into Diamonds

LONITÉ™, Swiss memorial diamonds from ashes

LONITÉ™ based in Switzerland, turns human cremation ashes into diamonds. Cremation diamonds from ashes are made of 200 g (8 oz) cremation ashes or 10 g human hair (0.4 oz) by using an HPHT technology in our state-of-the-art Swiss laboratory. These "cremation diamonds" also known as "memorial diamonds", derived from human ashes and are GIA and IGI certified diamonds out of ashes.

An unpolished amber LONITÉ memorial diamond from ashes made out of human cremated remains or hair.

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Our process of transforming cremation ashes into diamonds takes between 3 to 9 months, depending on the size and colour of the cremation diamond ordered.

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Options, Price and Process of Cremation Diamonds

This page provides product information with ashes to diamonds cost and price, with instructions on how to order LONITÉ cremation diamonds from ashes.

I. Introduction: Cremation Diamonds from Human Ashes and Remains

Can human ashes be turned into diamonds?

Yes. LONITÉ creates a High-Pressure and a High-Temperature (HPHT) environment, similar to the natural underground setting, in our laboratory, to turn human cremation ashes into diamonds. One cremation diamond can take between 6 to 9 months to make from the order procedure until the delivery to the client. The duration will depend on the ashes into diamonds’ caracteristics selected.

Quick Summary
Cremation Diamonds Explained: Ashes to Diamonds

GIA certifies LONITÉ’s ashes to diamonds process

Certificates

Cremation Diamonds can be certified by GIA and IGI.

Carbon is the base for turning cremation ashes into diamonds

Price

The starting point for a cremation diamond is 0.25 carats, which costs $

LONITE sends ashes and hair to Switzerland to turn ashes and hair into diamonds.

Time

It takes 6 months on average for the process of being turned into a cremation diamond to be completed.

LONITE ashes to diamonds process is re-verified by independent institutes.

Cremation Ashes & Hair

At least 200 g / 8 oz cremated ashes or 10 g / 0.4 oz hair are required for a cremation diamond to be created.

Ashes to Diamonds:
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Swiss Cremation Diamonds from Ashes,
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Size Options - Turn human ashes into diamonds

Sizes - Cremation Diamonds from Ashes


Size demo

Carat
(diameter)
memorial diamond 0.25 carat
0.25
(3.8 mm)
cremation diamond 0.35 carat
0.35
(4.2 mm)
memorial diamond 0.45 carat
0.50
(4.8 mm)
cremation diamond 0.60 carat
0.60
(5.0 mm)
memorial diamond 0.80 carat
0.80
(6.0 mm)
cremation diamond 1.00 carat
1.00
(6.6 mm)

Shape Options - Turn human ashes into diamonds

Cuts - Cremation Diamonds from Ashes

brilliant cut display of LONITÉ memorial diamonds from hair or cremation ashes
emerald cut display of LONITÉ cremation diamonds from hair and human ashes
radiant cut display of LONITÉ memorial diamonds from cremation ashes and hair
asscher cut display of LONITÉ cremation diamonds from ashes and cremated remains
princess cut display of LONITÉ memorial diamonds from cremated ashes and cremains

Colour Options - Turn human ashes into diamonds

Colours - Cremation Diamonds from Ashes

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Cremation Jewellery

Cremation Jewellery rings, pendants or earrings, choose among our large and unique cremation jewellery collection or custom design your own cremation jewellery to carry your cremation diamond with you at all time.


Cremation Jewellery Order

Customers from the US, Canada and Mexico, the UK and Australia may approach their closest country LONITÉ branch office to custom design their own cremation jewellery with the help and the guidance of our dedicated Customer Service team.

Ashes to Diamonds Cost
Cremation Diamonds Price Starts at Amber 0.25 ct $

Price Range - Cremation Diamonds from Ashes

The price for a typical Naturally Amber™ cremation diamond, made from ashes, ranges between Amber 0.25 ct - Amber 1.0 ct price in USD $ - $.


Diamond Colour
amber colour memorial diamonds
Naturally Amber™
green colour cremation diamonds
Greenish Yellow
red colour memorial diamonds
Red
blue colour cremation diamonds
Blue
white colour or colourless cremation diamonds
Purely Colourless™

Price Range (USD)
$ 2500
|
$ 8950
$ 2700
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$ 9950
$ 2800
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$ 10200
$ 3000
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$ 19850
$ 3050
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$ 21500

Ashes to Diamonds Cost Factors

The LONITÉ cremation diamonds price includes all of the necessary costs involved in transforming the cremation ashes into a diamond, including the cost of sending the ashes to Switzerland.

The actual cost of turning cremation ashes into a diamond is dependent on the SIZE and COLOUR required.

Our cremation ashes to diamond cost comprises both the purification cost and the diamond creation cost, and reflects both the technical processes, and the time, involved in turning human ashes into diamonds.

Cremation Jewellery Price

The price of cremation jewellery: either diamond pendant jewellery or ring cremation jewellery, depends not only on the cremation diamond used, but also on the shape, metal type and metal weight used to make the jewellery.

Our jewellery prices include all mounting and shipment costs.

You can either choose from our cremation ring and cremation pendant designs, or submit your own idea for a quotation for a bespoke piece of cremation jewellery.

Turning Cremation Ashes into Diamonds

Certification - Cremation Diamonds from Ashes
Swiss History of Precision and Quality

Ashes to Diamonds - The Technical Process:
How do you turn human hair and cremation ashes into diamonds?

Illustration of High-Pressure High-Temperature (HPHT) presses where carbon atoms from purified human hair/ashes are transformed into a genuine diamond.

Technology of turning human cremated ashes into diamonds:
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About LONITÉ

Swiss Origin

The company name ‘Lonité’ originates from ‘Longévité’, a word from the Swiss official languages, Swiss French, which translates to last in time.

With its headquarters located in the beautiful and dynamic city of Zürich, Switzerland, the technological origins of LONITÉ cremation diamonds date back to the early 1950s.

We are committed to handling every single step of the cremation ashes to diamonds process solemnly, with the respect, discretion and empathy that it deserves.


LONITE AG, headquarters

LONITÉ headquarters

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Our Team

Our dedicated team will answer any questions you may have about cremation diamonds and guide you through the order process. Please, contact your nearest LONITÉ branch office

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FAQ on Diamonds from Cremation Ashes

Top 3 Most Asked Questions

Including the time involved for shipment and purification, the total time of turning human ashes into diamonds takes between 3 and 9 months, depending on the colour, the cut and the cremation diamond size required.

You must provide at least 200g of ashes or 10g of hair which are the normal amounts required to grow a cremation diamond. However, if you do not have enough cremation ashes or hair, family members can provide a supplement amount of hair that will be added to the ashes or hair already provided.

The cost of cremation diamonds may vary according to the color, the size and the cut selected like it does for natural diamonds as well. Price starts from $1,600 or £1,400. Please, refer to our cremation diamonds pricing list for more information.

Creating a Cremation Diamond from Ashes

To turn ashes or hair into diamonds, we first need to extract the carbon contained in the ashes of hair provided. The ashes are placed in a specialized crucible which is heated to over 5000F to make sure every element except carbon oxidizes, and then temperature is raised further so that the carbon can become graphite. The graphite with a metal catalyst and a diamond seed crystal are then placed into the core which goes into a specialized diamond press capable of creating extreme tension which then starts working, thus bringing the pressure to about 800,000 pounds/square inches. During the last stretch when the press is working, the temperature in the room stays about 2500F until the cremation diamond is formed.

The bigger the cremation diamond's size is, the longer the ashes to diamonds process takes. Bigger cremation diamonds take more time, thus cost more. Purely Colorless Cremation Diamonds also takes the longest to grow as it requires us more technical efforts.

Different colours require different procedures in different synthesis environments, so the growing speed of the diamond will be different. Amber is the most natural colour, and a cremation diamond of this colour undergoes the basic process, which takes the shortest time: 35-70 days. In contrast, our Purely Colourless™ cremation diamond, with 4N purity (99.99%) of carbon, uses the most sophisticated technology and has the longest growing period: 60-120 days, depending on carat size.

Chart - memorial diamond creation process and making time

If you want to create several cremation diamonds from one individual, it is possible, and you will simply have to provide us with more ashes or hair than the basic amount required of 200g of ashes or 10g of hair.

The cost of a cremation diamond is dependent on the SIZE and COLOUR required. A bigger diamond requires a longer growing cycle, thus generates a higher cost.The machine used is huge. The inside temperature and pressure are ultra-high. Extreme precision is required. A one carat colourless diamond can take hundreds of hours to grow.
As a result, the technology used to turn ashes into diamonds is complicated and very costly.

Cremation Diamonds Quality

Our proof comes in the form of a technical examination and the certification methodology of the cremation diamond's original source. Scientific proof and certification can be provided based on the carbon atoms and chemical density of the cremation diamond, which must match the carbon, hair or ashes that the diamond originated from. The carbon is tracked and documented continuously throughout the ashes to diamonds process, by a LONITÉ team of microphysics and high-pressure science researchers.

Each cremation diamonds can be reverified and validated by any independent certification and quality control institute such as the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) or the International Gemological Institute (IGI).



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