18K Tag | The Ring Finders

Beausoleil Island, Port Severn, Ontario~Lost late Grandmother’s 18k white gold engagement ring in waters of Georgian Bay

from Brampton (Ontario, Canada)
Contact: 1-647-383-6891

2017-09-04 Beausoleil Island, Honey Harbour, Port Severn, Ontario

Received a phone call from Zac that his girlfriend Lauren was washing her hair in the water when her dog jumped in and her late Grandmother’s recently gifted to her went flying off her finger. Lauren was devastated!!!

So I made arrangement to come flying up Hwy 400 that day and meet Zac at the boat launch as we were headed to an Island cottage.

Lauren explained the area and I was limited to half of a scuba tank. I started grinding and pulled up some crazy items….large nails, old brass table light switch, some coins and lots of metal. Zac had said to try further over. After an hour he jumped it and used the small Scuba Tector I had brought along while I continued with the Minelab Excallibur 2. I went back to the original location and within 20 minute….B-O-O-M….FOUND Lauren’s late Grand Mother’s engagement ring. WHAT A BEAUTY. 18k WHITE GOLD ….. PRICELESS XO

I secretly hinted to my Daughter to start filming….and then SURPRISED THEM. Lauren shrieked in sheer relief. She was very grateful.

Here’s the video! WARNING…. ONE LOUD SWEAR WORD….LOL

One relieved client

Lauren’s Heirloom

Engagement ring in Austin Tx – not recovered Dog gone it.

from Austin (Texas, United States)
Contact: 1-512-470-7050

Did you ever have one of those call-outs that just seemed odd from the git go? I got an e-mail from a very nice man who explained that he was going through a rather messy divorce and wanted me to check his yards for a missing ladies 18k gold engagement ring. No different than many of the other call-outs that I had and no mention that she was upset and threw it into the yard, but that he wanted me to check his yard for the ring. Ok, I’ll bite. I met him and met his dogs and he lead me to one of the side yards to be checked and he gave me the basis for the yard checks. He wanted to see if any one of his three dogs might have swallowed the ring and …..let’s say, deposited it in the yard.  Ewwwwwww, so being the professional I am and representing The Ring Finders, I gave it a go. Tiptoeing over, around and hopefully not thru the land mines was foremost on my mind as was the metal detector itself. He told me  to pay attention to the yard yummies as that would be the most likely spot if the ring was there.  After checking both yards around the house, I am happy to say that the dogs elimination has been eliminated.  Fido, Muffy, and Buffy are no longer suspects.