Pet Cremation Diamonds

Diamond Companion Bronze Cremation Urn

For many people, the loss of a pet can be just as devastating, if not more so, than the loss of a human. Pets are living longer and attachments can grow stronger between master and pet. When a pet dies there is often a great desire to properly memorialize the beloved companion. Modern technology now allows for pet ashes to be turned into cremation diamonds.

Cremation diamonds are created from the ashes of a loved one. These man made diamonds are a lovely and meaningful way to memorialize a pet. The diamonds can be placed into any type of normal setting, such as a ring or necklace. Many choose to place the cremation diamond in a pendant and have a memorial inscription placed on the back of the pendant. The cremation diamond allows a grieving owner to capture some of the personality of their pet and memorialize them for eternity.

Diamond Brass Vase Cremation Urn

Cremation diamonds have been steadily gaining in popularity for the past several years as a way for families to memorialize loved ones. Pets are often just as much a part of a family as the human members. Options to properly honor a loyal pet can seem limited. The creation of a cremation diamond allows for a meaningful tribute, and allows the owner to keep their precious companion close to their heart.

Cremation diamonds are available in a range of prices and carats. The beautiful stones and the lovely jewelry they are joined to can become heirloom pieces. The remainder of a pet’s ashes can be placed in a funeral urn or in another piece of cremation jewelry. Loosing a pet can be a difficult transition. However, knowing that you can honor your pet by creating a beautiful stone allows for some comfort and solace during a time of great grief.

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