Keith Wille – Ring Recovery Specialist. Lost your ring? Call 860-917-8947. A lost diamond ring in Warwick, RI found under a leaf pile two years later. While clearing brush, a family realized mom’s diamond ring was missing. Mom remembers having her ring on her finger early in the day but not after finishing some yard work. They checked the house and outdoor areas with no luck. They even purchased a metal detector, still no chance. Once I arrived, I quickly checked the open grassy areas first. Moving on to the wood line, I realized this search would involve some raking and brush clearing to cover the area thoroughly. Pile by pile, I cleared leaves down to the dirt and pulled old metal pieces of trash from the ground. I approached an hour of searching and ran out of possible areas the lost ring could be. I was starting to lose hope. Nearing the last leaf pile, I heard a faint signal and raked back over 12” of leaf cover. There it was, the glimmer of gold I was waiting to see. We rinsed the dirt off, and the white gold diamond ring hardly looked like it spent the last two years buried in the woods. Jim’s family was reunited with an important symbol of love just in time for Mother’s Day!
How to Find a Lost Ring
Rake any leaf cover thinly across the ground and clear any vegetation. If you have already bagged the yard debris, keep these aside to be checked with the metal detector just if the ring doesn’t turn up in the search area. Contact a professional detectorist to discuss the next steps of finding your lost ring. I serve Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and short distances into other surrounding states. If you lost a ring or something of value, contact Keith Wille now email@example.com | Call or text 860-917-8947 | www.metaldetectionkeithwille.com
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