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Gold and Diamond Ring Lost Swimming at Tutukaka 5 Weeks ago – Found.

  • from Paihia (New Zealand)
When I hear about a lost ring, I do whatever I can to get it back to the owner,  This has become something of a ‘domino effect’ this month.
Liz was enjoying a swim at Kowharewa Bay in Tutukaka when she felt her ring slip off her finger and disappear into the water.
Efforts to visually locate it at the time were unsuccessful, so she posted on Facebook in the hope someone had/would find it.
 
Five weeks later, I was in the area delivering another ring back to a happy owner, and since I was so close…Well, it’d be rude not to have a go.
The bay was relatively shallow with a fine silt bed, perfect to swallow rings as soon as they touched the bottom. In amongst the Eagle Ray feeding holes were scattered scoop marks. I knew another trusted detectorist had had a go in the shallows, although he had been unsuccessful. I decided to concentrate my efforts wide of his earlier search, as I could always re-search his area once the incoming tide forced me in closer.
 
The water was calm, warm and clear which made a very pleasant change from my normal water searches in surf. I was enjoying not having to use the scoop, and instead just sinking down onto the seabed and fanning the silt away with my hand, to find yet another fishing weight, or pull tab off a can.
 
Accompanied by a school of fearless and inquisitive juvenile fish, I systematically searched the bay in the area where she thought she lost it. The pouch slowly filling up with lead and tabs along with assorted ancient car keys and bits of brass from boats that had passed by over the years.
 
About 2 hours into the search the phones whispered a bright, clean tone that (nearly) always tells me my search is over. I once again sank under the surface and wafted away the silt – my entourage of followers darting in instantly for any unlucky invertebrates lifted up into the water. As the cloud of silt and fish dispersed, there was the unmistakable outline of the edge of a ring in the bottom of the depression.
 
I picked it up, and the diamonds flashed in the sunlight, I discovered diving masks leak when you give a huge grin…
 
It was another fortnight before I could hand Liz her ring, completing a bizarre sequence of connected ring reunions:
I originally travelled down to Tutukaka to recover Merryns ring, lost in the surf at Whangaumu Bay.
After meeting Merryn at Tutukaka later to hand the ring over, I decided to have a go at recovering Lizs ring nearby that I’d read about on Facebook.
Two weeks later, and I’m back in Whangarei to hand Liz her ring, but I travelled down early and successfully recovered Karens ring, that had been shared on the local Metal Detecting Facebook group.
 
So, one recovery request leads to three separate recoveries and a trio of very happy people, none of whom have met, but all with a connection through TheRingFinders.

Lost Keys Found In Snow Wilmington DE

  • from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)

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I received a call from Eric this morning, he lost his keys while shoveling snow yesterday.  Moments after arrival the keys were recovered!

 

Lost Engagement Ring Found Barrington NJ!

  • from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)

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I received a call from Ethan today who told me that his fiancée Emily lost her engagement ring yesterday

while playing with their puppy in the snow.  After a quick search, the ring was returned!

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Lost ring at Utah Lake: Found

Preston went to a popular Utah Lake beach to enjoy the November sunset. While he was there, he removed his 14K gold ring and held it in his hand. When he returned to his car, he realized that he no longer had the ring. He returned to the spot where he had been sitting, but he couldn’t find it. He got a metal detector and searched in the sand again, but still couldn’t find it. That evening, his wife found TheRingFinders.com and gave me a tearful call. I was out of town, but told her I would be home the next night, so we arranged to meet. My plane landed at 7:30 pm, and I met them at the American Fork marina at 9:00 with my metal detectors. After about 10 minutes searching, there was the ring! His wife texted me, “Thank you so much, Larry, for finding my husband’s ring and making time to help us out today! We are amazed how quickly you found it! We really appreciate it.”

Lost ring State College, PA….I will find your lost rings and jewelry!

  • from State College (Pennsylvania, United States)

Lose a valuable or important piece of jewelry? I will help you find it. I cover all of Centre County, PA and can search yards, parks and shallow water sites.

Lost Engagement Ring Found Cape May NJ

  • from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)

Lost a ring? Don’t wait to call! 215-850-0188 Nicole lost her engagement ring in the sand in Cape May, New Jersey. The ring fell out of the cup holder in her chair. After she realized it was missing, she searched the area but could not find it. Then she reached out to fellow Ringfinder Jeff Laag who was unavailable at the moment, so he referred her to me. I searched a quick grid pattern and the ring was recovered.

Lost Engagement Ring Found! Galloway NJ By John Favano

  • from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)

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I received a call from Holly yesterday afternoon to help search for her engagement ring that was lost the previous evening in the grass. She tried searching with a metal detector but was unable to find it, and that was when she reached out to me. After getting some information from her, I headed up to Galloway, NJ to search for the white gold engagement ring. Shortly after I started to search the grassy area, the ring was found!

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Lost Platinum Wedding Band Found! Cape May NJ by John Favano

  • from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)

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On the official first day of summer Viola lost her platinum wedding band in the ocean while tossing a football on the beach in Cape May, NJ. After realizing that her ring had fallen off in the water, she saw a fellow metal detectorist combing the beach who referred her to me.  We set a time to meet and search for the ring.  The search began in waist deep water in the ocean and after a quick but though search, the ring was found 20 minutes later! The ring was recovered and returned to its owner!

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Lost ring in Eagle Mountain: found

When Bob got married, his wife gave him a custom 18K gold ring. He has worn that ring for over 50 years. Last weekend, while watching his grandson play flag football, he discovered that the ring was gone. The family searched for hours, but they didn’t find it. Bob found The Ring Finders, and gave me a call. I met Bob and the family at the football fields with my metal detecting equipment. They pointed out the areas where they thought the ring could be, and after about 30 minutes of searching, I found the ring!

While he was growing up in Wyoming, Bob’s family hunted elk for food. This custom-made ring is a reminder of that heritage: two elk teeth are embedded in the gold. Over the decades, the teeth wore down and cavities formed. Since he loved the ring so much, Bob got a dentist family friend to fill the cavities. This ring is one-of-a-kind!

Lost Wedding Band Hardisty Neighbourhood, Edmonton Alberta.

  • from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)
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I received an e-mail late last night from Kale requesting my service to locate his lost wedding band. I called Kale and arranged a meeting at 9.00 am this morning.

I met Kale in his front yard and he told me that he planted an apple tree and had felt the ring fly off his finger.  He thought his ring had possibly ended up in the hole that he had dug.  He searched the hole and his front yard and had no luck.  I told Kale that the ring would probably be within a radius of 15 to 20 feet from the tree.  When I asked him if he had raked his lawn, he replied that he had around the apple tree in hopes that he would find the ring.  I did a quick search around the area then moved to where he left his rake the night before  and a foot away I found his ring tucked nicely in the grass.

Another happy Client,  Thank you Kale.