Bagues Perdues Cote d'Azur, Sud de France

If you have lost any jewelry including rings or other items  made with metal, make sure that you call me to attempt to locate it.  I search beaches, water up to 4 1/2 ft deep and land (with permission).  Remember, the sooner you call, the more likely it is of finding the item. However,  even if some time has lapsed, it’s worth a call.

One Reply to “Bagues Perdues Cote d’Azur, Sud de France”

  1. Mark says:

    Hello Larry,

    As I’m sure you can imagine, I’m not writing with good news. My fiancée just went on a girls trip to Le Havre and on the last day she took one final dip in the ocean and lost her engagement ring. It was custom made, on the other side of the planet.

    Technical information:
    White gold (with diamond)
    Waist deep water (when lost)
    She has an idea where it was
    They didn’t swim left or right
    They just walked in, took a dip and returned
    The tide was in, they were on small stones

    We designed the ring together. To say she is devestated is an understatement. Despite my own shock and heartbreak, I managed to put on a smiling face and say “Don’t worry, my love. It’s just a trinket, we are still getting married”. The truth is that it took a lot for me to have this ring made. I used to work in tourism and had an OK paycheck but after Covid hit my job disappeared. I’m now a bicycle mechanic, living paycheck to paycheck in Paris (which ain’t cheap). Long story short, I can’t get my hands on that ring again, certainly not before our wedding back home (West Coast of Ireland) next year.

    The thought of Fiona having to tell her family and friends about the loss is torture.

    If you think that you might end up in this area or are willing to go there to try and help us, I can’t express how much joy that would bring us. If this sounds like your kind of mission, please let me know what the details would be regarding payment, dates, whether or not you want us to be there, etc.

    I hope you are well during these strange times.

    Kind regards,

    Mark Daly

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