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In memory of "The King of Pop", Gemory LLC is pleased to announce limited edition's diamonds with an injected photograph of Michael Jackson.

Michael Jackson Inside a Diamond, Forever

New York, NY | Posted on August 5th, 2009

Using a proprietary nanotechnology called DiamondPure, Gemory permanently injects the high-resolution photo inside the diamond while preserving the diamond's original clarity, brilliance and beauty. Since the nano-photograph is inside the diamond, it will last forever as it is now part of the gemstone. Although nanoscopic and invisible to the naked eye, the nano-photo can be viewed at home and at any time using GemmaView, Gemory's proprietary portable viewing device.

The diamonds come in two sizes, 0.15 and 1.0 carat, and are currently available on eBay.

Gemory will make only 10 diamonds for each size. Priced at $850 and $4900 respectively, they are sure to be a unique memorabilia for fans and jewelry lovers alike. A legend is forever.

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About Gemory LLC
Founded in 2006 Gemory LLC uses nanotechnology to perform a unique and innovative process of embedding pictures on diamonds and other gemstones. This process called DiamondPure, cannot be found anywhere else. What makes our inscriptions unique is that they are in grayscale, placed beneath the intact surface of the stone and are of a much finer quality than what any other inscription service.

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