Life is short but still there's enough time to make so many mistakes to people we love. Sometimes it seems nothing can help to redeem it, especially if a person passed away. No one can bring him/her back but there's one way that can help you have him/her closer with you for a bit longer — turning ashes to memorable thing.
The tradition of keeping an urn of ashes on your mantleplace is giving way to a new trend, when you can have personalized memorials of your close person, or even pass them to next generation. The co-operative named Memorials Walshall offers a range of options how to make the memories of a dead person unforgettable: either to turn them into painting, or body tattoo, or blast them in space or even make a diamond jewelry. Let's focus on the last option.
There are aslo other companies that can make a diamond from person's hair, nail or ahes. LifeGem is the pioneer on the market of memorial diamonds. The company has offices far abroad the United States: in Japan, Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Switzerland and other countries. Such diamonds are getting popular and many customers choose to have them made not exactly from the remnants of a dead person. Some couples decide to commemorate their anniversary with a unique present to always have a 'part' of a loved one with them. Others are so close with their pets that in order to never forget them decide to transfer a clump of hair into a pretty diamond gem. If fact once you realize the advantages of this way to keeping memories, you'll see why people give this idea a try. And the advantages are the following:
- dirty ash will turn itno a beautiful jewel
- while telling someone about your close person you can show a lovely thing left after him/hem
- you can always have a diamond jewel with you as a reminder
- diamond is a lifetime reminder of a person, it never fades and dies
- you can pass it to your children and the children of your children and so on
- you can choose the design of a diamond to your personal preferences
- you can make some diamond gems and give them to other members of your family
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