One of the hardest parts of owning a pet is the loss of our pets. Our pets become an important member of our family. They are always there for us through all our good times and even our bad times. When we are sad they know how to pick us up and put a smile on our face! Our pets are great companions and they get so much happiness out of the little things in life. Are they also trying to remind us how important the little things in life can bring us such happiness?
There are many ways to grieve the loss of your pet. The bond you shared with your beloved pet is absolutely priceless. What way to keep the memory forever than with a diamond. Using a portion of your pets remains you can create your own personal diamond. If your pet is still alive you can take a lock of your pets hair. Your pets personal carbon creates these cremation ashes in diamonds. You can make several diamonds for each family member to have their own unique diamond to fit their own personality.
Why Diamond Cremation for Pets
One of the greatest benefits of choosing diamond cremation as a good choice for your pet is you will always have your pet close to you where ever you are. With a diamond you don’t have to worry about your pets remains being knocked over from keeping it in a memorial box. Diamonds like the memory of your pet last forever. Every time you look at your diamond you will be reminded of the special bond that you shared with your pet.
With a diamond you have many options to choose from depending on your preference. Choose from different sizes, cuts colors and what style of jewelry you would like, rings, earrings and pendants.
You can choose the cut and shape for your diamond:
As a result, some slight inclusions, in most cases unnoticeable to the naked eye, are possible in your personal diamond, as with natural diamonds. Usually a diamond is graded between SI (slightly included) and VS (very slightly included).
A Certificate of Authenticity is issued with every personal diamond grown in the laboratory. The certificate will confirm the origin of your diamond and include a full diamond grading report.
Your certified diamond comes with the lifetime guarantee, ensuring you that your diamond has been created in compliance with all the exacting requirements of diamond growing technology, meaning it won’t fade over time or have any defects. However, the following cases are not covered:
- intentional damage such as breakage, hammer marks, scratches, etc.
- loss as a result of theft
- defects as a result of high heat treatment
- natural inclusions that are not defects but the result of growing process
- buyer’s change-of-mind
The Diamond Cremation Process
Typically, once you decide on going with a pet cremation diamond you will send a hair or ashes sample to the laboratory, to undergo the process of analysis. The reason of the analysis is to define the chemical composition and extract the carbon out of the material. Sample size should be 0.5-2 grams of hair or 100 grams of ashes are required for creating your personal diamond.
After you send in your pets ashes, you will have to wait for a certain amount of time as your pet’s carbon goes through many stages before it becomes a personal diamond. The amount of time this takes will vary depending on the type of diamond you have requested. Typically for pet diamonds is 70 to 120 days after your pets hair or ashes are received at the laboratory.
After the diamond is cut and polished, it goes through strict quality control and grading processes before it is delivered to your door. Once you receive your personal cremation diamond you will get an Authenticity Certificate containing all the details about your personal diamond.
With diamonds you can’t go wrong they are stylish way to keep your pet close to your heart.
This is a really cool idea. People are willing to do a lot for a pet they lose. Thanks for sharing.
I enjoyed reading your post, this is a very special site for pet owners who have a lost or to be prepared in case. Very helpful.
people don’t understand that pets are companions. I dread the day that I may ever have to say goodbye to Mr Poppers…. Love the sentimental aspect of this site
Raul Ruiz Ramirez
Whoa! This is a very interesting post, I didn’t had idea of turning ashes into diamons.
Thanks for the info!
What a cool unique idea. Very interesting reading. I like your site. Shirley
Always a tough subject, but I think turning pet ashes into diamonds is an amazing way to have a fond memory of the pet in plain site daily.