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Lost 10ct Gold Wedding Ring Millwoods Edmonton Alberta (Found)

from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)
Contact: 1-780-497-2118

John called me yesterday afternoon requesting my service to locate his ring which he had lost while playing with his boys in the back of his condominium complex common area the night before.

When I arrived, John showed me the area where he had been playing with his kids and we also walked from one end to the other of the complex.  He said he was 100% sure that he had lost it in the grass but I searched the area for 1  1/2 hours with no luck.  I told John that his ring was not there and he said the only other possible location that his ring could be was in his car.  When he checked his car, he found the ring wedged down the side of his back seat. He was very happy to have his ring back on his finger.

Thank you John for calling me and entrusting your services to The Ring Finders.

 

 

Lost wedding ring in Spring Lake NJ Recovered by Matt St.Germain/ Jersey Shore Lost Ring Finder

from Seaside Heights (New Jersey, United States)
Contact: 1-732-581-0285

I received a message from fellow ring finder Edward Cropski aka/ N.J. Lost Ring Finder on Saturday afternoon about a lost wedding ring in Spring Lake NJ. Her friend found the Ringfinders website and reached out to Ed for her friend Vikki. Ed was away so he referred her to me. I called and made arrangements with Vikki to meet that same afternoon to conduct a search. It seems the ring fell out of her bag while packing up for the day. Her and her friend’s marked out the area they were set up before I arrived. After some chatting I began my search. Within 5 minutes I had her ring in my scoop! She was absolutely thrilled and relieved. She is just 2 weeks shy of celebrating her 1 year anniversary. We all took some photo’s and made our way to the exit. I was happy to find it and return it to her!. But the story isn’t over just yet, In a funny twist while walking back to my truck talking, She realized she forget her sandels. She went back to get them and when she came back she said to me ” It’s so odd, You just found my ring and I just found this iphone” I took a look at it and quickly realized it was my phone! It must have fallen out of my pocket after taking pictures. LOL. The customer has now become the finder! I thanked her and when she attempted to give me a reward but i simply said no thank you, We are even! She did insist on giving me something so I reluctantly and gratefully accepted.Another great ending with good karma for all!

Titanium Wedding Band Found! Broadmoor Arena, Sherwood Park, Alberta

from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)
Contact: 1-780-497-2118

 

Received a call from Tamara this afternoon asking if I could help find her husband’s  titanium wedding ring which he lost in the snow last night? After asking Tamara a few questions I agreed to meet her within 45 minutes.

I arrived at the location and meet Tamara and her friend Kathie she showed me the area that the ring was lost Tamara said her husband was throwing snow on his vehicle windshield because he was out of washer fluid, he felt the ring slip off his finger?  after four hours looking and shoveling snow to one side he had no luck of finding his ring.

Tamara and Kathie spent another 45 minutes this afternoon looking in the pile of snow with no luck, Tamara then googled rent a metal detector, my name came up and called me,

I started to detect and area approximately 20′ x 30′ which I figured the ring would be? from the information I received from Tamara with no luck, then I move over to the pile of snow where her husband has shoveled the snow, that’s the spot the ring was found buried 4 inches in the snow.

Another happy client.

Thank you Tamara.

Diamond wedding band recovered from the ocean in Delray Beach Florida

from Hollywood (Florida, United States)
Contact: 1-954-892-8993

Recently I received a call from Rebecca, who just returned from her honeymoon and, 3 days later, she lost her 5 diamond wedding band in the ocean in Delray Beach, Florida. She was so surprised that it fell off because she said that her husband had to force it on her finger at their wedding just days before but as we all know, fingers shrink. The complication was not that it was a water recovery but it was lost 75+ yards off shore on a sand bar that may or may not still be there for it was a couple of days after the loss when she contacted me. I told them that I could meet them at sunrise the next morning and I geared up with my equipment and a Boogie Board(a first for me). I met her and her husband at the beach but she had to go to work so her husband proceeded to review landmarks with me before he headed off shore on his paddle board with me following on my Boogie Board. Luckily the water was like glass, the sand bar was still there and he got me close enough to the loss area that I was able to find it within about an hour.

This was Rebecca’s response after we sent her pictures of the recovered ring:

“OMG I LOVE YOU!!!! Thank you so much I’m sure you get this all the time but you are incredible! This ring meant the world to me and I was Devastated it was gone. Thank you so much please let me ever know if you need anything!!!”

Another happy newlywed couple!

Misplaced Rings, Found Westlock, Alberta Canada

from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)
Contact: 1-780-497-2118

 

I received a call from Kimberly this morning asking if I could help her grandmother locate her misplaced wedding/engagement rings at her home out in Westlock, Alberta, which is approximately 40 miles north of me. I told Kimberley I could be out there by 1Pm.

I met with Kimberley’s grandmother, and Arlene started telling me that the rings had much sentimental value to her as they had been in her possession for over 60 years.  The rings were loose on her finger and could possibly be in any of four locations: the car, house, grocery store, or coffee shop.

I checked her car, house, and back yard with no luck. I decided to head out to the store where Arlene told me that she had picked up groceries and some corn out of a bin and that possibly the rings fell off and were in with the corn. I asked the store supervisor if anyone had handed in rings and nobody had, next I went to the coffee shop, same thing, no rings. I then checked with the RCMP to see if anyone had handed in any rings and no one had so I decided to go to the only jewelry store in town to see if someone had tried to pawn some rings in the last couple of days and no one had. After exhausting all possible leads I decided to head back with Arlene to the house and have a final search while still asking questions. That is when Arlene told me that yesterday she had bathed her dog, washed and dried the towels, and then had put the towels away under the sink.  There amongst the towels were her rings!

Arlene was so happy to have her rings back on her finger once again.

Thank you Kimberly and Arlene for entrusting me to find you’re your lost rings!

Another happy client.    

Cardiff Reef lost Ring

from Carlsbad (California, United States)
Contact: 1-760-212-6588

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from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)
Contact: 1-215-850-0188

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Gold engagement ring recovered in Rochester, New York!

from Rochester (New York, United States)
Contact: 1-585-615-9241

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Hello readers,

I received a call from Paul last week about his wife’s lost engagement ring. She had dropped it on the bank of the canal in the town of Perinton. I agreed to come and help him take a look on the weekend.

I arrived at Paul’s house and had him explain what had happened. I grabbed my detector and climbed down onto the bank and took a couple swings and found a nail. Paul was standing there helping look, and about two seconds later, he turned over a rock and found the ring himself. We both shared a laugh. I am happy the ring was recovered more than anything. Thanks Paul for using the ring finders and for the generous reward! Take care!

Luck of the Irish – Returning a lost ring on an Hawaiian Island beach!

from Big Island (Hawaii, United States)

It didn’t take us long to meet up with newlyweds Paul and Barbara on the beach after we’d gotten their call.

Paul was an Irishman with a new American lass for a wife – but Barbara had done all of the talking on the phone as Paul’s Irish accent was so thick. “Are you Ring Finders?” she asked.

As soon as we heard that Paul hadn’t seen his ring all day we knew we’d have a challenge. And they didn’t know where it could have been lost…!

Paul and Barbara had been married just five days earlier and were enjoying the restaurants and shops near their hotel here on the Big Island of Hawaii. As Paul tried on some Maui Jim sunglasses, he looked as his hand to admire this wedding ring – which was missing!

They’d seen a detectorist in the early morning combing the beach and didn’t want to loose their ring forever – so looked us up online to find and return their ring. We got to their hotel as soon as possible and decided that the small bay they’d spent the morning swimming in was a good place to start. Again, they weren’t sure if it was lost in the water, the sand, the hotel or the shops…!

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Brent Madison of Big Island Metal Detecting explains the basics of the Excalibur II metal detector and how small, lost gold rings can turn into big, found signals for recovery. Big Island, Hawaii.

Paul wasn’t a strong swimmer so we were confident that scuba wouldn’t be necessary though we’d packed our dive gear in the car.

I looked where Paul had rented a stand-up paddleboard while Sylvie searched the sandy bottom where Paul had remembered swimming in the warm, tropical waters of the bay.

Sylvie and I started our grid pattern searches with our metal detectors.

Beaches on the Big Island of Hawaii are so heavily searched by treasure hunters that neither of us hit any of the trash often found on other beaches around the world. We were well into our search pattern – at least 45 minutes – when I heard my name called and saw Paul and Sylvie “high-five’ing” nearby.

Sylvie had been carefully following her search pattern and talking to Paul as he snorkeled and bobbed around her. Suddenly she’d hit a “huge target” in her underwater headphones – then as suddenly, lost the signal. She was so deep in the water that she couldn’t hold the target under her detector and dig the target at the same time.

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Sylvie Madison of Big Island Metal Detecting gears up with her Garrett Sea Hunter metal detector to look in the water for a lost, men’s wedding ring. Big Island, Hawaii.

“Hold the detector here!” she told Paul, handing him her Garrett SeaHunter II, after she’d reacquired the signal. Sylvie dug and nothing. Then dug in the sandy bottom again.

In her scoop was Paul’s lost ring straining out of the sand. Barbara had been watching from beachside and rushed into the water when Sylvie pulled it from her scoop.

We all stood in the water admiring their newly found wedding ring, delighted together in Sylvie’s find. We laughed that Paul could start relaxing again on his honeymoon!

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A platinum wedding ring which was lost and found on the beaches of the Kohala Coast, Big Island, Hawaii.

Not knowing where they’d lost it, it seemed it had been the luck of the Irish to reunite them – a small ring in such a large world! Barbara was quick to qualify the reason – she’d been praying to St. Anthony, her patron saint, since they’d discovered the ring had been missing.

God knows the reasons some rings are found or not – and in the end, Paul, Barbara and us at Big Island Metal Detecting are all thankful that we could be part of the discovery of their lost treasure. Especially so early on in their new marriage!

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Sylvie, Paul, Barbara and Brent give the Hawaiian “shaka” after their successful recovery of Paul’s lost wedding band. Big Island, Hawaii.