Swiss Company Offers To Use Cremation Ashes As Diamonds For Keepsake

When it comes to creativity, human beings have no limit thus the continued innovation that we are experiencing. The same goes when it comes to the celebration of life for the deceased loved ones. This is because of many reasons and one of them is the growing desire in people to choose cremation over the burial ceremony. There are now many options to remember our loved one who have passed away such as mixing the ashes into paint so that a portrait of the deceased can be made from it or the ashes can be sent into space if desired. A new discovery is further eliminating the need for traditional burial because of the option to memorialize the one who passed away after its human body has been cremated.

This new service promises to make diamonds out of the ashes of the loved ones after cremation. Back in the day, common keepsakes would be keeping a lock of hair or a simple photograph of the deceased wherever they may be. This is not enough anymore as we can turn the ashes into diamond and set them into different jewelleries such as ring or pendant for a necklace. It can also be kept as is if desired.

The company that is offering this service is called Lonite and it is located in Zurich, Switzerland. The name of the company, Lonite, is originally from Longevite which is a Swiss word. The word means “to live a long life”. This is only suitable because diamonds are known to be one of the toughest materials in the world which is derived naturally and can last a long time. This is also why diamonds are considered as a symbol of eternity – both in love and devotion. This is why many couples are choosing this service so that they can have a part of the ones they love even after they have passed on.

Diamond making out of human remains for funeral jewellery in Perth is possible because of the high concentration of carbon which is required in creating diamonds. The beautiful thing is that the colour of the diamond will depend on the nitrogen that is left in the carbon. Colourless ones can also be achieved but the process is longer and will cost more.