Cost For My Service
I work on a reward basis. That means you pay what you can afford, and what it is worth to you to have me come out and find your lost item. There will be a call out fee of $25 to cover gas if the item is not found.
Any jewelry, rings, keys, watches, cell phones, or lost family heirlooms... Land searches only at this time.
Any lost valuables in yards, parks, old home sites, ball fields, or beaches in and around the Savannah area.
Tom Perry's Bio
Hi, I'm Tom. I have been metal detecting for over 35 years. Using my experience and top of the line detecting equipment, I will find objects that you, a family member, or a friend have lost. Even if you are just curious to see what is buried on your property, then give me a call, I would like the chance to help you out.
Personal Treasure Related Websites: Coastal Empire History Hunters Assoc. CEHHA. We have also published a book, Relics Of The Coastal Empire, available on our site.
Tom Perry - Recent Blog Posts
Tom Perry Endorsement On May 19, 2017, I lost my handmade, personally-designed wedding ring one day before my 38th wedding anniversary. It was not loose on my hand, but somehow came off when I was knocked over at high tide by a wave at Hilton Head Resort. To day I was devastated is an understatement. […]
Engagement ring at Tybee (2017)
Jeff in the photo. There’s not much of a story on this one. The couple was staying in Savannah and visited Tybee for the day. Jeff took me to where he thought she had lost the ring, and after finding a penny I hit the ring. It took about five minutes. 🙂
Last Day of Vacation (2017)
I lost my wedding ring in the ocean the day before I had to leave town 6-3-17 (hence my buddy holding my ring for me after Tom found it). Tom answered my email within 30 minutes of me sending it to him that night. He was in Hilton Head the very next morning, and made […]
Robb is my son in law. You found my little girl’s rings today on Tybee. I am very grateful for you. Thank you so much. Her heart was broken last night. We spent a few hours trying to find them. Today was a good day. Thank you. Claude Diehl.