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Need help finding your lost ring in Southwest Florida?

from Naples (Florida, United States)
Contact: 239-247-0760.

 

For years, I’ve been lucky enough to help folks like you find rings they thought were lost forever! I look forward to helping you get that ring back on your finger so you can start smiling too!

 

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Lost ring found at Delnor-Wiggins State Park in Naples, FL with metal detector

from Naples (Florida, United States)
Contact: 239-247-0760.

Just a few days before Valentine’s Day, I got a call from a guy that was hoping I’d be able to help him find his sweet wife’s diamond engagement ring.

They had lost it, and two other rings, in the sand at the beach. They found the other two rings, but, after hours of searching the area with a borrowed metal detector and sifting through tons of sand, they had just about given up hope of ever seeing the engagement ring again!

But, Joe didn’t give up! He got onto Google, searched for “help finding lost rings in Naples”, and up came the good ‘ol RingFinders Directory. I was able to meet them at the beach and found the ring after about an hour of searching. It was tricky, though, because all the digging and sifting had pushed the thin diamond ring down into about 10″ of sand… too deep for most detectors to pick up. Image

Needless to say, when we found it, Elaine was ecstatic! And, after lots of hoopin’, hollerin’ and hugs, she declared me ‘Her New Best Friend’!

Happy Valentine’s Day Elaine and Joe!

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Missing platinum wedding band found for newlyweds in Gulf near Sanibel Island, FL

from Sanibel Island (Florida, United States)

December 8, 2012

While shelling in the cool and refreshing waters of the Gulf of Mexico off of Sanibel, this newly married couple realized that the husband’s platinum wedding band had gone missing. The couple was extremely distraught as the band holds much sentimental value to them.

After searching extensively on their own, the couple gave me a call the next morning.  Within a few hours of the call, my wife and I were each in the water detecting.  Another few hours had passed with no success of finding the missing ring–we were all very discouraged.  After consulting with the couple again as to the exact area where they thought the ring went missing, my wife and I decided to split up again and return to the water to search.

 

After several minutes–SUCCESS!   The ring was found a few yards outside the search area.  My wife and I reunited the couple with the ring.  Hugs, tears and many thank you’s were exchanged and the couple can now rest easy knowing the missing ring is back on the husband’s finger where it belongs.

 

Lost diamond ring went out the window with the banana peel, found in the Everglades, East of Naples, Florida

from Naples (Florida, United States)
Contact: 239-247-0760.

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Next time you’re driving down the road and go to toss a banana peel out the window, be sure your ring doesn’t go with it!

This young lady’s diamond engagement ring went flying when she tossed her peel hard enough to get it to the grass on the other side of the highway. For hours, she and her family searched near and beyond where the peel had landed, but couldn’t find the ring.

When she called us the next day, my wife and I both went out there and searched all over that side of the highway, but no luck. Before we left, we started checking the other side of the road, and low and behold… there it was… way past where it was supposed to be, and on the opposite side.

Like they say, “If it’s not where it’s supposed to be, it’s where it’s not!”

Found the ring WAY BEYOND where it was supposed to be.

Found the ring WAY BEYOND where it was supposed to be… on the opposite side of the road.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lost and Found Ring in Southwest Florida (Fort Myers Beach, Sanibel, Captiva Island, Marco Island, Estero, Bonito Springs, Naples, Venice, Sarasota, Cape Coral)

from Naples (Florida, United States)
Contact: 239-247-0760.

From simple gold rings or bracelets to diamond-encrusted wedding bands… if you have a pretty good idea of where the item might be, I have the skill, equipment, experience and patience to find it for you.

I’ll meticulously search grid patterns in and around the area… on land or in the water. So, don’t just give up on finding your valuables!

I can be reached at: Larry.Spearing@TheRingFinders.com