DNA2Diamonds Expands to Create White Custom Diamonds
DNA2Diamonds creates diamonds from hair or cremated ashes. Recently the company expanded their diamond colors to include a traditional white diamond.
DNA2Diamonds, a premier creator of lab diamonds custom created from a source of signature carbon (hair or cremated ashes ), recently expanded their diamond colors to include the addition of the white diamond.
“The white diamond is one of the most traditional of gems,” said Tom Bischoff, President of DNA2Diamonds. “As one of the most personal and sentimental diamonds you could ever own, a white memorial diamond will be cherished for generations to come.”
A DNA2Diamond is unique as an individuals personal spirit. Each laboratory grown diamond is truly one-of-a-kind. With an array of different sizes, cuts, settings and five colors, including the new colorless loose diamond from which to choose, your finished diamond will forever be beautiful and special to you ? much like the memory of your loved one.
No matter how many years pass by, whenever you look at your DNA2Diamond, you?ll be reminded of his (or her) laugh, smile and the happy memories you both shared. More personal than a photograph or other memorial items, this lasting tribute is a treasured keepsake for generations to come.
Find the peace that our memorial diamonds have already given to so many.
DNA2Diamonds created diamonds are genuine, certified diamonds that are made by turning ashes or hair into diamonds. To purchase a personal, signature carbon diamond, please visit our website at http://www.dna2diamonds.com or call DNA2Diamonds direct at 888-335-3630.
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