Natural diamonds are formed in underground High Pressure and High Temperature (HPHT) environments. A High Pressure, High Temperature press is used to simulate a natural environment for turning the refined carbon from ashes into a cremation diamond.
A diamond seed is prepared and placed at the bottom of the press’ inner core cube. The interior of the press is heated to over 2000°C, melting the catalyst metal. The molten catalyst metal dissolves the high-purity personal carbon source, which is then transported to the small diamond seed and crystallised. A cremation diamond is born and starts to grow like a shining star.