Diamond Pricing



Yellow Diamond



Green Diamond



Black Diamond



Blue Diamond



Colorless Diamond



Cost of cremation diamonds

The cost of turning remains (ashes or hair) into real diamonds includes of the purification of the remains, the creation of the diamond, and the polishing of the diamond.

We offer a 5% discount for each additional cremation diamond you order at an equal or lesser value.

If you need cremation diamonds bigger than 1 carat, please contact us.

We offer several memorial diamond cut (shape) choices:

  • Round
  • Princess
  • Emerald
  • Asscher
  • Radiant
  • Heart

All shapes other than round cost an extra 10%.

We offer uncut cremation diamonds for sizes bigger than 0.7ct with a 20% discount.


How long it takes to create a memorial diamond


Cremation diamond carat weight



Yellow is the most elementary color choice out of all the cremation diamond color choices. These amber diamonds are created following basic standards without extra elements or special technical methods. The production expenses and time are usually the lowest; therefore, these diamonds are the most popular choice.

If you want the color of your cherished diamond to stay natural, then go with yellow. This amber color is the result of the amount of nitrogen that stays in the carbon, which crucial in human cremation remains.


The green cremation diamonds require an extra HPHT procedure to change the diamond’s structure and color in the center of the diamonds. Therefore, this greenish color takes a little bit longer to create, resulting in a price increase.


Our blue cremation diamonds look majestic and placid. SAINT DIAMONDS is equipped with state-of-the-art technological instruments to ascertain the atom density of every diamond, making our blue diamond highly stable. The crystal grows a lot faster and effortlessly by using boron atoms in the middle of the carbon, making the growth process move swiftly and with lower costs than other types of cremation diamonds, such as the colorless diamond.


Our colorless cremation diamonds come with top carbon purity (4N purity: 99.99%), liberated from any impurity that may damage it. The production process involves more technicalities so that the diamond can attain that level of purity, making it the most expensive (up to $16,500) and the slowest one to create (up to eight months).