Who is the decedent?
Card that comes with your stones
In memory of
John Doe
We've reserved a spot for your remains in our lab!

Our lab will be ready to begin the solidification process. We will mail a collection kit to retrieve your ashes in about 3 weeks. Our current time to solidify is 8 weeks from when we receive the remains. We will send you an estimated date of completion once they arrive at our lab followed by email updates as the decedent travels through the process.

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Step 1

Step 1

We send a collection kit to retrieve your ashes.

Step 2

Step 2

You send your ashes to our lab in an urn, box, or bag.

Step 3

Step 3

We solidify the ashes into "stones".

Step 4

Step 4

Your solidified remains are returned home in the mail

Frequently Asked Questions

No, the solidification process varies from person-to-person in the number, shape, color, and size of "stones" produced.
The solidification process typically takes 6 weeks from when we receive the ashes at our lab. At times, we have a waitlist of orders and you will be notified of the current wait time before checking out on our website. Our priority is to successfully return beautiful "stones" to each customer and sometimes that takes extra time.
We are proudly in the early stages of accepting and processing alkaline hydrolysis remains into solidified remains. If you are interested in sending alkaline hydrolysis remains for solidification, please contact our Customer Support team.
The entire solidification process looks like making ceramics in a laboratory. Once the remains arrive at our lab, we remove contaminants and refine the ash then create a clay-like material. From there, we form, solidify in a kiln, and polish the "stones" before returning them to you. You can see a fun animation of the whole process on our homepage here.
Yes. Solidified remains act like real stones so if you keep them outside or scatter, they will be there a long time.