4 Tiffany & Co. Silver Rings Lost at Venice Beach, CA...Found and Returned.

  • from Redondo Beach (California, United States)

Chris called this evening to ask my assistance in helping find a lost ring. I told him I would be glad to help, and I was on my way.

When I got to the beach Chris informed me that there were 4 rings lost, all Tiffany & Co. silver. His fiance’ Sarah had taken them off to apply sunscreen and put them on her towel. Forgetting she had done this, when they were ready to leave she picked up her towel and left. It wasn’t until they got to the car she realized her mistake. Chris and Sarah were about to head home to Sacramento, so instead of wasting time trying to search the sand themselves Chris did the thing he does well, and got on the internet for some ring finding research. He found me on The Ring Finder’s web page.

Chris led me to the area, and after talking to him and asking a few questions we both agreed the rings should be near where they were sitting, so I proceeded to begin my search there, and expand out. I think I made about 3 passes of my grid when I got a nice high tone (quarter sound) in my head phones. I dug the first ring in 1 scoop, scanned again and got the second ring. It ended up being one ring per scoop. She was so happy to have them back on her fingers. I just got a text from Chris on their 400 mile drive back home, who said that Sarah has been sleeping most of the way. I know she was able to relax, having her rings, that mean so much to her, rescued from the sea of sand they were lost in. Great day, more great smiles.


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