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Lost Ring Hawaii … Found!

from O‘ahu (Hawaii, United States)
Contact: 1-808-369-5753

This recovery happened to have an international case attached to it as I received an email from Masako and she was located in Japan. She sent me a picture of her lost wedding ring which she lost in the water while here in Hawaii doing a tour out at the Kaneohe Sandbar. Because of a language barrier we used the internet to communicate and it was interesting to say the least. After a few emails concerning logistics and several attempts due to coordinating a boat with the company that she had the tour with and my scheduled times off from work and family I was able to get out and look for her lost ring! After many hours and countless scoops later I hear this faint sound. I dug it and BAM there in the scoop is her ring…What a miracle… a platinum ring with 3 diamonds and a small ruby inside the band I know its Masako’s ring. I yelled out… I FOUND it! The captain who escorted me out was as happy as I was because this was one of their customers who lost her ring while on their tours “captain bruce tours cptbruce.com”  and as I held up the ring and gave it to him as he drove the boat over we both said at the same time… AMAZING! it was a nice ride back to the main island and as we were in route I emailed Masako to let her know the ring is found and on the way to be shipped back to her home in Japan. Another Amazing recovery!

Lost Ring North Miami Beach…Found

from North Miami Beach (Florida, United States)
Contact: 1-754-707-1233

My name is Craig,

I joined TheRingFinders to help people find their lost rings & sentimental items. If you need help finding something contact me ASAP…I’ll do my best to find what you thought was lost forever.

Lost Gold Ring at Sanibel Island, FL. . .Found!

from Sanibel Island (Florida, United States)

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I received a call from Keith early Sunday morning who had lost a treasured / sentimental ring the day before at Blind Pass between Sanibel and Captiva islands.  Keith explained that the ring he lost was very special to him as it had been passed down several generations in the family and he was to pass it on to his son.

I made arrangements with Keith for my wife and I to meet him later in the afternoon when the gulf tide was lowest.  When we arrived, Keith explained that he was not sure of the exact spot where he lost his ring.  He could have lost the ring in a couple different areas where he had been fishing in up to chest-deep water or an area of dry sand where he had set up chairs and an umbrella.  (All these areas combined involved a lot of ground to search.)    To make conditions even a bit more difficult, the water was wavy with a strong current.

My wife and I decided to start searching the water first.  After an hour had passed with no success, I began searching the dry sand and then another area of water where Keith thought the ring could be while my wife continued searching the shallows.  Another 45 minutes went by and still no ring.  After getting tired of battling the waves and current my wife decided to search the dry sand again–this time expanding the search area past where Keith thought the ring might be.  After about 15 minutes,  my wife waved to Keith and I that she had found the ring.  Another success story!

Thanks Keith for calling us and we are so glad you have the ring back to pass down to your son!