Remembering Your Loved Ones Through Diamonds
When you lose somebody that you really love, it’s really difficult because everybody around you stops talking about that person, and one of the things that really break your heart is, that was an amazing person and really deserves to be remembered” -Adelle Archer, Co-Founder of Eterneva
Grief is a lonely emotion and one of the worst things about it is how disconnected it can make you feel. The longing for company and not knowing how to connect with others. Missing someone you care about is the most unpleasant sensation, and wanting to remember them in various ways might be tough at times. Photos and memories are wonderful, but what if you could transform a loved one's ashes into diamonds and be in touch with them for the rest of your life?
Eterneva will help you celebrate your remarkable loved ones by turning their ashes into diamonds. It wants to be a source of brightness for those coping with the death of a loved one. The whole process is collaborative and surprisingly uplifting, they help families and friends honor the bright moments of their life. For now, the ashes of their loved ones are developing into diamonds that they'll be able to hold and embrace.
Chemistry Behind the Formation of Diamonds
Now let’s take a glance into the details of how natural diamonds are made. It is a mineral composed of pure carbon and the hardest naturally occurring substance known, making it the most popular gemstone. Diamonds have several important industrial applications because of their extreme hardness. They are formed naturally in the Earth's mantle under extreme temperature and pressure conditions that occur in limited zones about 100 miles or more below the earth's surface. The temperatures in that zone are at least 2000 degrees Fahrenheit with a pressure of or exceed 725,000 pounds per square inch. This is the critical temperature and pressure required for the formation and stability of natural diamonds. The carbon atoms then bond together under the extreme environment, generating a diamond. The diamonds that were formed and stored in these zones of the deep earth are carried through to the earth’s surface by a volcanic eruption from deep depths.
Etenerva’s amazing machines can simulate these same conditions, and grow a real diamond from the carbon in your loved ones’ ashes, the Intricate 7-stage Journey. The price of these man-made diamonds starts from $2999.00
Stage 1 is “ The Welcome Kit” which includes the video, instructions, return postage, and needed tools to ashes your loved ones. They offer assistance in handling the ashes and arrange for their mobile team members to come to your house to help.
Stage 2 is Carbon Purification, in this phase, the carbon is isolated from the other elements found in ashes or hair. This takes weeks for them to purify and extract it. The result is a carbon graphite powder which is the starter material for the diamond.
Stage 3 is Diamond Growth, in this stage, their machines replicate the growing conditions under the earth (2,500 degrees Fahrenheit and 850,000 pounds per square inch). Over time, the carbon crystallizes on top of a diamond seed and grows into a raw diamond. Since everyone’s carbon is unique, it's an iterative process for their scientists to find the perfect combination of heat and pressure for each individual.
Stage 4 is Diamond Quality Assessment, where the raw diamond has fully formed. They scan the diamond to identify the placement of its inclusions to ensure the shape and size we’re targeting will fit nicely within the raw diamond without any visible inclusions. It’s quality over the speed at this stage for perfection.
Stage 5 is the Diamond Cutting, once the diamond passes its quality inspection, it will be cut by a master cutter with absolute care and precision.
The Last Stage is The Finishing Touches that include, Diamond Coloration, Grading and Engraving, and Jewelry Setting. This whole process will take months to produce these diamonds but it's truly worth the wait!
About the Writers:
Marie Rosales is a professional in the field of security. She is currently a full-time Content Writer and AVCreativity Studio's Virtual Assistant. She enjoys cooking and reading. She spends most of her spare time with her children.
Pamela Elizabeth, Editor-in-Chief at AVCreativity Studio. Earned a Bachelor’s Degree of Secondary Education Major in English. She loves going on little adventures alongside reading good books. She is enthusiastic about her work and ensures that her clients receive the finest service possible.