Memorial Diamonds Jewellery

Turning ashes into jewellery as a memorial has become increasingly popular and for good reasons. It serves as a distinctive tribute to our loved ones. Providing years of comfort and remembrance, an ash diamond makes for an unforgettable commemoration, and in time, will be a lasting heirloom for future generations to enjoy. Your beloved can always be close by, held in the timeless beauty, brilliance, and strength of a memorial diamond. Solitaire diamond designs focusing on the main stone and the simplicity of wear are the two common specialties shared among ashes into jewellery designs. The solitaire design showcases the elegance of a single diamond and is very popular when turning ashes into rings. Referring to the use of one gemstone rather than cut or shape, the solitaire style offers several advantages. Not only does it highlight size and clarity, it also provides a firm setting to securely hold the diamond in place. This design accommodates a variety of shapes and is an ideal choice if you’re looking for a classic design. Our memorial diamond jewellery is meant to be worn wherever you go. Whether at work, out on the town, or enjoying time with your family, your loved one will be right there with you. Our designs also afford the versatility of co-ordinating with any event or outfit. It’s such a simple piece that you can wear it on a daily basis.

Typical Design for Memorial Diamond

Ashes into Jewellery Settings

EverDear & Co. offers a comprehensive selection of jewellery to suit any style. Whether you’re looking for bracelets, earrings, pendants from ashes, or ashes into rings, our wide selection of memorial jewellery is sure to satisfy. All designs are crafted in platinum or gold (18k/14k rose, white, or yellow), and we provide several options, allowing you to customise your love. It is our mission to create pieces that live up to the memory of your loved ones. Whatever your needs, we will provide you with ashes into jewellery that truly honours them.

Prong setting

Prong Setting

 

Most commonly used when turning ashes into jewellery, the prong setting is a popular choice for the solitaire design, particularly for ashes into rings. Also referred to as a claw setting, it is comprised of 3 or more metal prongs that resemble a basket. This allows for more light to shine through the diamond, which in turn produces more brilliance.

Bezel setting

 

The bezel setting adopts a raised collar that surrounds the gemstone. This offers a snug fit to keep the diamond securely in place. This setting creates a protective rim around the diamond, making it the ideal ashes into jewellery for those with active lifestyles, and the gem itself is less likely to scratch anything it comes into contact with when you have turned ashes into rings.

Bezel Setting

Tension setting

Tension Setting

 

A more modern choice for memorial jewellery, the tension setting holds gemstones in place by compression as opposed to prongs or bezels. By spreading metal on the band and positioning along grooves, the diamond is squeezed into place by the setting. This creates the appearance of a floating diamond with more sparkle and viewing angles.

Pave setting

 

The pave setting is made up of a collection of small gemstones, usually diamonds, which are set closely together. The gemstones are held in place by beads which are rendered invisible. This creates a continual surface of gems with no metal showing as well as little to no space in between. Can be used to design striking pendants from ashes.

Pave Setting

Halo setting

Halo Setting

 

If you’re looking for attention-grabbing ashes into jewellery, the halo setting is the perfect choice. Composed of a central diamond surrounded by a group of smaller gems, it is sure to impress. And because of the nature of this design, the main gemstone will appear bigger than actual size, resulting in a dazzling piece that is larger-than-life. This setting is very popular for making pendants from ashes as well as other memorial jewellery.