Diamond Engagement Ring Lost for 10 Years Recovered in Novato, CA

from San Francisco (California, United States)
Contact: 1-800-214-8534

In 2003 she threw this ring into the street from her front yard but found it the next day. In 2004 she threw this ring into her back yard and forgot about it, the marriage was really over! I was called to assist in locating an entirely different engagement ring recently lost inside her home by her new Labrador puppy. I was unable to assist that recovery, no new clues after the owner had had the dog x-rayed, turned her house upside down several times and sifted every new puppy feces by hand. That ring has vanished in the house. carolyn shirlock large edited small But while sweeping the backyard dog run and plant beds, I unearthed this dirty little golden clod that cleaned up into this stunning .7 caret solitaire diamond, surrounded by swirls of smaller round cut, channel set diamonds in a heavy 14k setting. Undamaged and in perfect condition after ten years in the ground, the delighted owner was so amazed see this again! carolyn shirlock diamond ring cu small

There’s always a pleasant surprise around the corner when you call The Ring Finders! For metal detecting and ring recovery services in the greater San Francisco Bay Area, call Marshall at 800-214-8534.

3 Responses to “Diamond Engagement Ring Lost for 10 Years Recovered in Novato, CA”

  1. Chris Turner says:

    Way to go Marshall on a great recovery!

  2. I’ll bet she was surprised! great work

  3. Hi Marshall:

    The post is fine–ring looks great– 🙂 So an update to my other rings–I found them yesterday. In one of the places that I had searched (obviously not well) about 3 times before. Up on a top shelf, where I had put them out of sight from the company. I had later dusted with a feather duster, reaching up without looking and I must have pushed them back behind a cat statue. I am so glad it was fruitful for both of us. Thanks so much again. Everyone I tell is amazed at how quickly you found the ring after 10 years!

    Best of luck to you, Carolyn

Leave a Reply