I got got a call from a woman who lost a ring in a condominium on the beach. It was a very complicated search involved multiple levels of grass, parking lots, bushes and flower beds. But I succeeded on the second day.
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My name is John King and I started metal detecting in the 1980’s. I recently helped a friend find his wedding ring and after seeing how happy he was, I joined The Ring Finders Metal Detecting Service to help people find their lost rings. This professional organization is an amazing directory of people dedicated to finding and returning lost jewelry. There are hundreds of testimonials on the site and I am proud to be a part of such an important group of people. If you’ve lost a ring or other jewelry on land or in water, I’m here to help you find what you thought was lost forever. I hope you contact me so I can try my best to recover your lost ring and put a smile back on your face.
I started metal detecting when I was 12. My first detector was a Radio Shack model from the early 80’s that I found at a yard sale. That $2 purchase kept me busy during my childhood finding civil war bullets, lost keys, and various parts/tools my Grandfather would drop around the farm.
Fast forward a few decades, and I am still at it! Keys, bracelets, rings, necklaces, coins (And still the occasional bullet or 3000)- It is always a thrill to find something for someone.
I travel all over Central Va for my job, so whether you are in Richmond, Fredericksburg, Charlottesville, Wiliamsburg, Farmville, or on the Northern Neck- I can help!
I got a call from a distressed woman saying that she had lost her diamond and gold wedding band and requested my help. She explained that the waves hit her and knocked her down. And in the process her ring came off. She also explained that she had to leave the following morning at 0600. So I tried to get as much information as possible. but was unsuccessful on day one and two but day 3 and talking with her for 1/2 hour or so I was finally successful.
Diamond and gold Wedding band lost at Fort Lauderdale beach , Florida… found..
Tungsten wedding band lost at Fort Lauderdale Beach Florida… found..
I was on a call out to Fort Lauderdale Beach Florida to find a ring in the water and the seaweed was so thick I had to stop . Then I got a call on my cell phone about as I was leaving the beach about a lost Tungsten Ring in the dry sand. I immediately went to their location and found their tungsten ring
A work colleague contacted me to ask if I could help find her friends engagement ring that had been lost in her garden a few days before.
The property was in south Auckland New Zealand and the ring was somewhere on the front lawn.
I was met by the owner who had spent hours searching. After a brief description about what she had been doing and what it looked like I started working along the flowerbed and then over the grass.
The house was brand new and there was alot of trash just under the surface of the ground, so after 20 minutes of digging just junk, I swapped metal detectors, this machine had a small coil which is very good for trashy area and soon enough I picked up a solid tone on my ctx3030 metal detector.
As I parted the grass we both saw the ring immediately and soon it was back into the hands of a very happy owner.
Hi all ,
I got a call from the concierges office at a 5 star hotel. I was told that a guest lost a ring . I proceeded to the hotel and meet the guest on the beach. He explained that he gave his son in law his ring to hold onto . The son in law then forgot that he had it . They were not sure if it was in the sand or water. I searched for two days and found it on the second day. I will be shipping it back to them in New York.
I’m new to this site, be glad to help you out. I have 30 years experience. thanks.