Cost For My Service
Reward basis... you pay what you can afford and what it's worth to you to have me find your lost ring, plus applicable call out fuel charge, typically $25-$50 locally
Jewelry, keys, coins, watches and metal artifacts on land, on beaches, in parks, fields and in water up to 5 feet deep.
San Francisco California and the surrounding areas.
San Mateo and the surrounding areas.
Half Moon Bay and the surrounding areas.
Marshall Smith's Bio
I have been detecting since I was a teenager and seriously detecting for about two years. I have been very successful locating all kinds of lost objects. I really enjoy helping people recover their lost personal treasures and look forward to being of service to you!
Marshall Smith - Recent Blog Posts
Sahil had lost a little weight, and when he reached over to his beach bag to find something, his wedding ring dropped off his finger and went straight down into the sand. Even though he saw exactly where his ring landed, he and his wife, and his two kids searched for hours, with no luck. […]
It was a beautiful day at Ocean Beach. Danny was surfing. When got out of the water, and he went to shake his towel, his wedding ring went flying on the beach! Moments later, my regional ringfinder buddy, Dave Millman, received the following urgent text: Hi Dave, I lost my gold men’s wedding band at […]
Bentley was proposing to his fiance on Poplar Beach this morning, when Max the dog jumped up and knocked the ring into the air. It vanished into the sand. Bentley used his smartphone to locate the Ringfinders, and I arrived 30 minutes later. Recovered: 1 carat, pear shaped diamond, of very high clarity and color, […]
As they gathered to bury a friend, an attendant adds the urn containing his wife’s ashes, of WWII Civil Air Transport Command veteran pilot, Don Milleneux, under his headstone at the San Francisco National Cemetery in San Bruno, CA. (Photo supplied by Rebecca Runze) Dr. Leroy Perry, of Santa Monica, CA is graveside with his […]
Heirloom Cushion Solitaire & Diamonds Platinum Ring Recovered After Being Thrown out of Car in Tiberon, CA (2016)
On October 10th David wrote: “My wife tossed her wedding ring into a patch of vines, leaves and brush. Really dense. I have a detector, but was only able to uncover a few cans and a Capri Sun. I am afraid this might be beyond your scope or perhaps you are up for a challenge. […]