How to find a ring in the sand in Carpinteria Tag | The Ring Finders

Lost Engagement ring found at Carpinteria State Beach

Call Dave the Ventura and Santa Barbara county ringfinder immediately day or night at 805-290-5009 if you have lost your ring.

I got a text from Christine who had lost her engagement ring Sunday afternoon at Carpinteria State Beach and unfortunately had to return to San Diego as she had been visiting the area for the weekend. Carpinteria is known for its beautiful beaches and calm waters,  Christine had been enjoying the day and decided to go for a swim. When she did she took off her ring to keep it safe but when she returned she grabbed the towel it was on and the ring went flying. She looked for as long as she could and heartbroken she left the area to return to San Diego.

She found me on the web after doing a google search and with her best recollections of where she was I headed to Carpinteria to recover the ring. She put me in an area close to to the boardwalk and I searched the area only able to recover some bottle caps. I expanded my grid further towards the water and on my second pass I got a nice tone and a 44 on my XP Deus 2 metal detector and I had her ring back in my scoop.

I called Christine immediately and told her I would box the ring up and mail it back to her in San Diego and two days later things were back to normal for Christine with her ring on her finger.

If you lose your ring on the beach, in the water, in the grass at your house or the soccer field call or text me immediately as time isn’t on your side. The sooner we can get to looking for it the better the chances are for recovery.

Lost wedding ring found at Rincon Beach Ventura

I got a call recently from Arthur who had lost his platinum Tiffany’s wedding ring at Rincon Beach in North Ventura. He was in Hawaii at the time and explained that he had been at an outing with a group of friends at the beach and somehow his ring had come off when he was playing with his friends dog. Fortunately I was 30 minutes away but unfortunately he was unsure of exactly where it might have come off. Thankfully his friends had taken some photos and he was able to give me a starting spot.

I’ve found several rings for customers at Rincon Beach park but in addition to the rings I have found thousands of bottle caps because folks seem to like to drink here and then forget to take their trash home with them and finding the ring meant I was going to find a lot of bottle caps and I wasn’t let down as I had pocketed about 30 when i got a sweet low tone about 15 yards from where we started and in the scoop was his ring. A call and text later and we conformed it was Arthur’s and I told him I would keep it safe until he returned from Hawaii and we met up today and it was back on his finger and his story continued. While time is often of the essence sometimes we do get lucky and find things weeks after they were lost but don’t hesitate to call or text me at 805-290-5009 and we can get your jewelry back.¬†