I received a message earlier today that he had lost his gold wedding band in the sand while throwing a ball with his kids in Margate. He knew it was in a small area but just couldn’t find so his wife had found my services on Facebook (NJ Lost Ring Finder) and an hour later I was on site. After just a few minutes and my first target I he had his ring back!
Another happy customer!
I received a call from a woman asking for my help finding her wedding ring she had lost in the park while playing with her toddler the previous day. After arriving at the park and walking the area where she was playing I fired up my metal detector and began my search. Only minutes later I got a nice signal and as I looked down on the ground I could see part of the ring exposed underneath some mulch. She was so happy as I called her over and pointed it out.
Another Happy Customer!
Found it!! 3 calls in LBI today and I found 2 of them! Other was found by the owner in the sand while I was on my way.
Beautiful 2 carat diamond engagement ring lost while playing with the kids in the sand. She’s very happy to have it back on her finger!
I received a call from Mike out in Voorhees yesterday looking for some help recovering his college ring he lost while cleaning up his backyard a few days ago.
He knew the area he was working in so it had to be close but with the leaves it was hidden from sight. After about a half hour of searching I got the hit I was looking for and ge was reunited with his cherished ring!
Another happy customer!
Found it! Beautiful engagement ring lost on the front lawn a few days is back to a very happy customer! Solid 16 signal on the White’s V3i,the best machine for the job! Recovery #132
While at work in Jersey City I received a call from a woman not too far away over in Westfield asking if I could possibly help find her husbands wedding ring that he had lost the previous weekend in her parents backyard while attending a party? Well since Westfield as basically on my way home down the turnpike I told her I could stop by later today after work. Arriving at the property and getting information as to where he thought it could been lost in the faily large yard I began my grid pattern search with my White’s V3i metal detector. Unfortunately the yard had numerous buried metal drainage grates and pipes which could easily mask the gold ring if I did swing the searchcoil over it. Fortunately I had decided to use a small coil which enabled me to still work the area by required careful listening for that one difference in signals from the detector. After about 45 minutes I heard what I was waiting for and as I looked down I could see the ring in the grass just waiting for me!
I left the ring there and called her out to show me the area again and asked if maybe right there was the area pointing to the ring in the grass. She began laughing with amazement and couldn’t wait to call her husband with the good news at work.Another happy customer!
I received a call asking for my help to recover a mans wedding ring that was lost in the lake at a campground. I had done 2 previous recoveries at this lake earlier in the summer and felt confident I would be successful in this recovery also. As I arrived at the lake and speaking with the customer,he explained that the ring had come off while throwing a football in about chest deep water. He showed me the general area and I setup my White’s MX Sport waterproof metal detector and began the search. After an hours hunt and no ring in the scoop yet I was starting to get worried the search would not be a success? I decided to look further from the area he described and a few minutes later there it was in my scoop,my 100th lost ring recovery!!! Success!!! What an awesome feeling it was to not only tell him I found it but reach such a great milestone in my recovery service! Another awesome recovery! #100 is in the scoop!!
I was contacted by a young girl who had lost her engagement ring in the ocean while swimming 5 days earlier. Although she had posted it on Craigslist and others had gone out and searched for it her ring was still lost somewhere in the surf. After speaking with her and getting a description of the area where she lost it I told her I would go out that night to see what I can do? 5 days of being tossed around in the water,buried in the sand or possibly found by someone else metal detecting I wasn’t sure it be a successful hunt but you never know until you look. Arriving at the beach that night at low tide I started searching the area in front of the life guard stands in the wet sand. After about 30 minutes and digging a few coins I got a nice signal from my White’s metal detector scooped up the sand and as the water washed through the scoop I could see her ring laying in the bottom! I immediately took a picture and sent it to her and was right away granted with a very excited young lady who had been praying for my success in recovering her very special ring. We agreed to meet the following week on that beach on her birthday for the return. Happy birthday! Congratulations Jenny! Another great recovery!
Everyone’s jewelry has a story attached to it and that story ends when its lost in the sand or ocean… The Ring Finders service will help bring their story to life again and continue that story by finding what people thought was lost forever. Rings, wedding bands, diamond engagement rings, diamond earrings, diamond tennis bracelets, watches, gold pendants… People who have given up the search now have a second chance!
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