Formed from a portion of the ashes of the deceased
Our ash diamond is formed in exactly the same way as natural diamond.
The carbon needed to form the diamond is purified from a portion of the deceased’s axis. A portion of this carbon is put in a cylinder together with other additives. This in turn is brought under an enormous constant pressure of 55,000 atm, at a temperature of approximately 1600 ° to 1800 ° Celsius.
The rough diamond then grows, depending on the desired size, for 7 to 14 days, a process similar to that in nature. The diamond obtained will also achieve a hardness of “10” on the MOHS scale.