Diamonds in Space Update from Dianna Rae Jewelry

(PRESS RELEASE) LAFAYETTE, LA — Dianna Rae Jewelry, the first company to put diamonds on a mission to the International Space Station, is now adding colored gemstones to the offering.

Dianna Rae features a wide range of colorful gems, from simple birthstones to one-of-a-kind exotic gems.

Like all mission diamonds, these gems will make their way to the International Space Station by traveling in low Earth orbit at a speed of 17,500 mph, flying through space under strict NASA guidelines.

The Diamonds in Space program is currently pre-selling gems headed to space, with an expected launch and return in mid-December 2022. The purchase window is limited, as are the number of diamonds and gems that can go in the space.

Each leg of the 10 million mile journey will be documented and sent to buyers, as their diamonds enter orbit and come back down to earth. Each purchase comes with a Diamonds in Space Challenge coin to commemorate this historic space mission.

With a wide variety of diamonds and gemstones, prizes range from $195 to $2,000,000, making this one mission that can be enjoyed by everyone.

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Natural colored diamonds are offered for those seeking the rarest diamonds from earth and space. The Diamonds in Space program will send gemstones into space, which can be set in a setting of your choice once returned to Earth.

A new line of space jewelry is also available, inspired by the ISS cupola, shooting stars and angels. In addition to loose diamonds, the Diamonds in Space program offers a wide selection of engagement rings, men’s rings, solitaire jewelry, earrings and pendants, making it a fantastic gift that celebrates a love. as infinite as space.

For those looking for a truly one-of-a-kind piece of jewelry, the Diamonds in Space design team is ready to bring your ideas to life with one of these standout diamonds.

Be a part of space history with Dianna Rae’s Diamonds in Space.

Learn more about the mission here and reserve your diamond before the doors close on the capsule.

Sarah C. Figueiredo