A memorial diamond is a diamond created from the carbon extracted from cremated ashes, hair or a combination of ashes and hair. It’s a unique way to immortalize the memory of a loved one that’s passed and establish a family heirloom to be treasured for generations.
Established in 2004, Algordanza has steadily become a global enterprise. You can now turn a loved one’s ashes to a diamond, right here in Hong Kong. The name Algordanze originates from the Rhaeto-Romanic language and means ‘remembrance’. It is a fitting title for a company that is dedicated to preserving your most special memories in a unique way.
We offer a wide range of diamond cuts and our experienced Swiss diamond cutters will create a one-of-a-kind commemorative diamond according to your requirements.
Contact us and we will offer a free 40-minute consultation to explain the process and show you samples of our work.
You can either meet us at your funeral agent’s office or directly bring 500g of ashes to our office after proper preparation.
Submit the order form and all required documents, and pay the initial 50% deposit. You will also need to confirm the details for the diamond.
The ashes will be sent to our Swiss lab, and our experts will get to work in creating your unique diamond . The production will take around 4 to 9 months .
"Especially now that COVID-19 is difficult to leave the country. If you have Ashes carbon diamonds by your side, no matter where you are in any country, you can worship your loved ones at any time and in any country."
"Thank you for knowing that there is such a service. Can turn ashes into ornaments, decoration etc. this can be integrated into a part of daily life. It will give people in need great comfort. Because he is always being with us.
He really loves us. I can only use memories to miss him."
"After receiving my memorial diamond, I always hung it on my neck. In fact, from the moment I put it on, I felt more peaceful in my heart. From time to time, I would like to drill the memorial diamond on my neck as I were talking to him.
Thank you for living well these years, looking back on the great event after years of baptism is only a history soon! I am grateful for this wise decision at that time, but also for the Algordanza's help! Thank you!"