Trend Hunter has previously reported on diamonds being made from Michael Jackson’s burned hair. Another unusual diamond memorabilia is now being offered by Gemory, where they inject a nano-photograph of the King of Pop just below the surface of a diamond.
Gemory uses a patented nanotechnology process of inscribing the photograph without damaging the gemstone. The technique is not like the invasive and permanent laser etching of diamonds because the photographs can be removed safely as well.
These Gemory Michael Jackson nanophotographs will be preserved forever inside the diamond. You can’t see it, though, unless you use a special viewer. The limited edition diamonds are available in two sizes--0.1 and 1 carat. Only 10 diamonds of each size were made. You can now buy them on eBay for $850 and $4,900.
Gemory Places Nano King of Pop Pictures Inside Diamonds
1. Nano-photographs in Gemstones - Injecting nano-photographs into gemstones offers a unique way to preserve and showcase special memories.
2. Patented Nanotechnology Process - The use of patented nanotechnology allows for the safe inscription of photographs on gemstones without damaging them.
3. Limited Edition Memorabilia Diamonds - The creation of limited edition diamonds with embedded photographs presents a new avenue for collectible memorabilia.
1. Jewelry - The jewelry industry can explore the integration of nano-photographs in gemstones to offer customized and sentimental pieces.
2. Technology - Companies in the technology industry can leverage patented nanotechnology processes to enhance the functionality of various products.
3. Collectibles - The collectibles industry can tap into the trend of limited edition memorabilia diamonds to cater to a niche market of enthusiasts.