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Lost Diamond Ring Found and Returned in Baker City Oregon
It was the last day of the school year when Rochelle lost her wedding ring while her students celebrated with a field day. Students, staff and friends helped search, even with a metal detector, but had no luck. When her husband Steve reached out to me, I was happy to help and drove to Oregon the following day. It took hours of searching in the hot sun, but I’m happy to say that I was able to reunite Rochelle with her ring!
Lost Diamond Ring Found and Returned in Meridian Idaho
Lost diamond wedding ring that had been in the family for over 100 years has been found in Meridian Idaho and returned to its owner!
Monica was visiting her son in Meridian Idaho when she lost her wedding ring and a pair of earrings she’d placed in a sunglasses case for safe keeping while taking her dog for a walk. The ring had been in the family for over a hundred years, and her sister had even made the drive back to Idaho, rented a metal detector and tried to find it for her. Fortunately after receiving her call, she was able to send me a map of the route she’d taken that day and I was able to start my search. It took two days of searching in rain and snow to find her lost ring, which turned out to be only 20 feet from where I’d been parking. Then as fate would have it, my wife and I had been planning a trip to Utah just a couple weeks later so I was able to deliver the lost ring and meet Monica personally.
So glad I could help Monica! It was so nice to meet you and your family!
100 Year Old Family Heirloom Diamond Wedding Ring Recovered Lake Campbell Anacortes WA
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Tyreece called and told me that his fiancé was swimming in Lake Campbell at their neighbors backyard dock. While she was wading in the water her young daughter, also in the water, reached out for her mother’s hand and pulled her precious engagement ring straight off her finger. This rings is a 100 year old white gold diamond family heirloom engagement ring. Fortunately Silver was able to report that she felt the ring being pulled from her finger and bouncing down her leg to the bottom of the lake. She put a dive mask on and swam under water a several times looking around but could see absolutely nothing due to the poor visibility. As so many others can attest it quickly becomes very discouraging to say the least when something so sentimental is lost in the water like this. The fear that it will never be found can be quite overwhelming to many people.
However after a quick Google search the couple did find TheRingFinders.com directory and gave me a call. They reported that that water was not all that deep but the visibility was terrible. I assured them that this is a typical situation for me that I have developed quite a bit of experience searching for rings and small items of value in crappy conditions like this. I reassured them I would bering all my water recovery gear including my full SCUBA kit so we would have every possible opportunity of a successful recovery.
After showing up I was quite surprised to see how much bloom and silt was in the water. Fortunately Silver told me that she found the bottom of the lake to be more of a firm dirt composition apposed to a thick silty mess. This was encouraging to me that her ring would be a bit easier once I acquired it position with my dive detector.
As soon as I noticed how much silt and bloom was in the lake upon my arrival I knew I needed to construct my PVC search grid. Once again it paid dividends keeping me focused on a concise grid search not missing an inch. It was also a big help that Silver realized when her ring was pulled off from her finger and got me directly over the drop zone.
Watch the conclusion of this exciting recovery story and witness Silver’s excitement when she gets her family heirloom engagement ring back!
LOST WEDDING RING – WASHINGTON, LA – FOUND
Tobi called on July 6th, 2 days after losing her platinum and diamond wedding ring. She felt it fly off when throwing a ball to her kids. Luckily, she heard it hit a landscape timber. That really narrowed the search area. Carrie and I jumped in the truck and drove the 40 miles to her house. Within 10 minutes, Sid got a strong 47 reading on his Garrett AT PRO. Right below the surface was the beautiful ring. After reuniting Tobi and her ring, we cooled down while having a nice visit with Tobi and her dad. Loaded up the truck and headed home. Thank you Tobi for your generous reward!
Lost Woman’s Wedding Ring in Delaware, OH. “FOUND”
Back at the beginning of the year she was having fun with a snow ball fight in her back yard. During the throwing and tossing of snowballs her wedding ring became missing. She thought that she lost the ring while she was taking off her gloves to clean her glasses. She and friends looked throughout the yard without any luck. Then she found myself though TheRingFinder.com website and was happy that someone was in the area and still finding rings for others. After searching the area, there was the ring tuck down under the grass. She was very happy to have the ring back.
Diamond Ring Found… Seal Beach, CA.
Annika called me at 11:30am , just as I was leaving my place to go metal detecting. I was able to meet her at 12 noon it was only a 14 mile drive. She was in Seal Beach and had lost her diamond wedding ring while teaching a fitness class on the beach. This is her regular job and she always puts her rings in a zippered pocket in her workout pants. This time she had not zipped it totally closed and one of her rings fell out into the sand while doing some of the exercises. It was lost in an area about half the size of a football field. I started in the middle of the field and began a spiral type grid. It took an hour and a half to locate the beautiful ring. Everyone was happy and there were plenty of smiles. This was another time we beat the city sand sifting machine to get the ring..
Grandmother’s Lost ring Found in Victoria by RINGFINDER, JIM!
Just this morning as I cruised the lost items in the ” USEDVICTORIA ” web site I came across this plea for help:
” Lost – 1 yellow gold ring with 3 diamonds. It has EXTREME sentimental value. I am willing to pay a reward for it’s return. If you found it PLEASE contact me. My heart is broken at the thought of it being gone. ”
I contacted the person by email, and a short time later her return email asked me to come to her home to help find this precious lost ring.
On arriving at the house I chatted with the young lady to narrow down the search area. We started on an area outside the yard where she was afraid it may have dropped. After a few passes, I had covered most of that area, and thought we should try in the yard. Narrowing down the target area to a 20 x 20 foot section, I continued a grid pattern, with the young student explaining that she had just moved from Edmonton, and that this ring was so very special to her, as her Grandmother had personally given it to her, literally on her death bed. Both of us were starting to get a little discouraged as I had covered most of this area, and as we were still chatting I was up against the concrete walkway, against the stairs and near a metal stake, when I started getting the strong distinctive tone of something in the tall grass. As I bent over and parted the grass, I reached down and I used the same phrase I always use. ” Does your ring look something like this ?” at which I reached out to her with the ring in my fingers.
I had realized that this young lady, a student, couldn’t offer a huge reward for having found this precious & cherished ring, but her reward to me multiplied ten-fold when I saw the look on her face, and the genuine tears of relief when she clasped the ring in her hands. Her thanks and the picture speak volumes. This was a great day for both of us, my success, and her treasured memories returned.