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Epic In Home Search For Diamond Wedding Ring Silverdale, WA

  • from Mercer Island (Washington, United States)

 

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 May 2022 Ilandra called me seeking help for a lost diamond wedding ring in her home. She clearly tells me the situation of where she last had her ring. Just a few days prior she was cooking dinner over her stove when some food got on to her ring. She remembers washing her ring off in her kitchen sink then drying it with a kitchen towel that was hanging from her oven door. She recalls clutching her ring in her hand as she went up the stairs to her bedroom to prepare for an evening shower. Just a few minutes after having left the kitchen she had gathered a pajama top from her bedroom closet, placed some close on her bathroom counter and realized her precious diamond wedding ring was no where to be found! She has a common habit of leaving her wedding ring on the bathroom counter while bathing and expected the ring to be there but it was not. She asked her husband who had been with her all evening and he clearly remembered having last seen her washing it off in the kitchen. What seem to have taken place in an instant turned into a huge all night search with the couple turning their house upside down looking for her ring yet no ring was to be found. After hearing this story I asked several clarifying questions as my basic line of investigation. The odd thing was this was a basic routine end of day evening for them. There was no drinking, no stress, no drama, no third parties had been in the home, no cats or dogs. I learned she has a young son but he had been sleeping the whole time this incident took place. She explained she was at a total loss of where or what could have happened to her ring and after having found me online she was desperate and needed some help.

With all these details I reassured her if the ring was still on the property I would do all I could to assist her with an in home search. I explained with all of my special tools, processes and experience we needed to act quickly and to treat this in home search as a priority. She agreed with me as we set a schedule to meet just a few days later. I also took that opportunity to stress the point from my past experience they needed to save all the house hold garbage and to set it aside in a safe quarantine zone. She confirmed that they still had all of the trash and had done some looking through it already but agreed and fully understood the importance in securing all the house hold garbage.  As I tell many people in this situation we just don’t know if its in the trash, the laundry, under an appliance, hiding in a cabinet or container. At the very least allow me to search your house hold garbage before releasing it to the curb regardless of how much you may have poked through it yourself.

 When it comes to in home searches each case is unique and of its own but there is common areas we tend to focus on a first priority to search based on our years of experience. With human nature certain actions and activities causing lost jewelry tend to stand out to us as Lost Item Recovery Specialist so please allow us an opportunity to do all we can to assist you in your lost item situation. 

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Lost Diamond Anniversary Ring Given by Deceased Husband Who Died of COVID-19 Six Months Earlier…Found in Rockville, Maryland

  • from Washington (District of Columbia, United States)

Pam’s 18 karat yellow gold and multiple diamond mesh-style anniversary ring which member of THE RING FINDERS Brian Rudolph successfully recovered!

Pam with her elegant and beautiful anniversary ring that her late husband Leo gave to her as an anniversary gift many years earlier.

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Pam was crying on the other end of the phone with me when she called for help. Her elegant 18 karat yellow gold and multiple diamond mesh-style anniversary ring went missing after the Rockville, Maryland resident had spent a few hours that day doing some outdoor weeding and leaf collecting.

Pam was absolutely devastated. This irreplaceable sentimental keepsake was given to her by her late husband Leo who had just passed away six months earlier due to COVID-19. The woman had been suffering enough pain with the loss of her beloved spouse and then this unfortunate situation occurred. It was more than Pam could bear!

When I received Pam’s distress call for help, I was at another search. Because of her emotional state, I called her frequently to give my future client updates as to how long I might be before getting to her property. She really appreciated the extra effort that I went to in order to bring reassurance to Pam that she would not be forgotten that night.

When I arrived at my client’s Rockville, Maryland property later in the evening, Pam immediately showed me where she had been raking and bagging up leaves along with a couple of other spots where she had been weeding and dumping the cuttings into additional lawn and leaf paper biodegradable brown bags.

Once I got my metal detecting gear from my car, I powered up the equipment and began searching for the lost ring. First, I metal detected parts of the lawn where the weeds were pulled from the ground. Nothing registered on my machine in those areas. Then, I took one of the brown paper biodegradable recyclable bags that had lots of trimmings and weeds tucked inside of it and laid it on its side along the ground near the curb. I swung my metal detector coil over the bag and no metal could be detected. I then rolled the paper receptacle on its other end and once again scanned its contents. This time however I immediately got a signal!

Slowly and carefully I began to take some of the contents out of the brown container until my metal detector hit the same target signal that I had previously encountered. Within a quick minute or so I pinpointed the object that I had been hunting all along. Below a few weeds I found what I had been searching for!!!! There it was! I recovered it! The object was indeed Pam’s beautiful and most elegant yellow gold mesh-style ring that consisted of diamonds set around the equator of that very special anniversary jewel!

Pam was right beside me when I identified her irreplaceable keepsake that Leo, the love of her life, had given to her so many years earlier! She began to cry with tears of joy and with much relief in her heart when I handed her the ring. During all of those hours of waiting for me to arrive, Pam felt like another part of Leo had been stripped away from her. Thankfully, at that moment, she was then reunited with that very special gift that Leo had given her so very long ago. Yes, the memories in that treasure piece would forever be preserved now that I had recovered the ring from what would have been picked up by the recycler truck the following day! I was greatly satisfied that night to be able to help turn tears of distress into tears of happiness!

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Lost 10th Year Wedding Anniversary Ring After Watermelon Rind Throw…Found in Middle River, Maryland

  • from Washington (District of Columbia, United States)

Metal detectorist and member of THE RING FINDERS, Brian Rudolph, found this lovely 10 karat white gold 10th year wedding anniversary diamond ring for Stephanie after throwing a watermelon rind.

Stephanie and Mike excitedly show off their smiles and Stephanie’s beautiful 10 karat white gold 10th year wedding anniversary diamond ring recovered by ring finder Brian Rudolph.

Brian Rudolph, Lost Item Recovery Specialist (Land, Water, Sand, Snow, Leaves, Cliffs, Houses & Vehicles) Will Find Your Lost Keepsake! Call ASAP (301) 466-8644!

I received a call from Stephanie who was simply heartbroken about the loss of her 10 karat white gold 10th year wedding anniversary diamond ring. She was throwing watermelon rinds off of her second story deck out towards the back of her property when her precious keepsake flew off of her finger. The watermelon leftovers mostly landed on the other side of the fence where a water runoff is located. That section is considered common land and anyone can walk back there.

Stephanie immediately went out looking for her sentimental keepsake and no matter how much she searched, there was no ring to be found. She spent hours out there with tears in her eyes hoping to spot the diamond filled piece of precious metal. Yet, all of her valiant efforts still led to no avail.

When the poor young lady wasn’t able to find the anniversary ring, her husband Mike went out with a metal detector that he bought that day and he too could not “pull the rabbit out of the hat”. That’s when Stephanie looked online and found the elite international metal detectorist directory founded by CEO Chris Turner called THE RING FINDERS. She looked up the local ring finders in her area and my name popped up.

It was such a joy talking with Stephanie over the phone and getting the entire account of what happened to her beautiful 10 karat white gold diamond ring. I told her that I couldn’t wait to get over to the property and help recover the lost piece of jewelry for the couple.

Later that evening, I arrived at Stephanie’s Middle River, Maryland house to conduct the search. The young woman reenacted exactly what happened and Mike shared where he metal detected on both sides of the fence. First, I laid grid lanes down on the back lawn and metal detected their entire backyard. Though Stephanie thought that she saw the ring fly towards the fence, I wanted to metal detect the easiest portion of the property before having to deal with the metal fence and the high grass that was on the other side of the chain link divider.

When I could not find the ring on the lawn, I packed up all of my gear and went to the other side of the fence and began searching all around that area. I found multiple pieces of watermelon rinds and I kept my scanning in that particular vicinity. It was a mess back there but I diligently detected every square inch that I could with all of the weeds and high grass that made life extremely difficult for me.

My last leg of the search had to do with switching my metal detector coil down to a smaller size coil In order for me to detect closer along the fence line. At that point in my investigation, I concluded that Stephanie must have been accurate in her remembrance that she thought she saw the ring go through the fence or over the fence. Since I couldn’t find the piece of jewelry anywhere else, I was pretty certain that I would find the ring somewhere close up against the chain link fence area.

As it turned out, I did in fact find Stephanie’s gorgeous 10 karat white gold diamond ring right up against the bottom of the chain link fence on the common property side of the divider. No one would have been able to find the MIA jewel unless they used a couple of detectors and special techniques to find “separation” between the metal fence and where the ring was buried below the grass line. I was so excited that I zeroed in on the right signal that I had been looking for all along! When my eyes beheld that beautiful piece of gold that had endless diamonds encrusted all around its lovely shell, my happiness for Stephanie could not be contained!

Stephanie and Mike were beyond elated with the news that I was able to recover the 10th wedding anniversary treasure! Just like when Stephanie expressed her emotions on the phone earlier that day, she once again broke down in tears of joy with so much gratitude in her heart for what I was able to accomplish for the couple that evening! It was all well worth the trip to Middle River, Maryland to rescue that irreplaceable keepsake! Especially after seeing the two brilliant smiles of my clients once again appear upon their countenances!

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HE WILL RETURN TO YOU WHAT HAS BEEN LOST!

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Lost Ring from Guatemala Found in Lehi, Utah

I received a call from my longtime childhood friend regarding his son and a ring he had just purchased while on a humanitarian trip to Guatemala. The whole family spent a week doing service project in villages and cities across Guatemala! What an experience!!! His oldest boy purchased a ring from a local shop to remember his special experience but shortly after returning to Utah, He lost it while having a water balloon fight in the backyard. Owen was devastated about losing the ring and I wanted to make sure to get it back to him. It took about 15 minutes to find the ring after gridding off the area in question. I think his smile tells the story of how excited he was to see his ring again!

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Ocean City NJ Lost Wedding Band and Gold Initial Ring Found by Ring Finders South Jersey John Favano

  • from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)

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Laura’s wedding band and gold initial ring slipped off her finger while she was out in the ocean in waist-deep water. Amanda gave me a call and I was in Ocean City, NJ to meet her within a half-hour. I got some additional details and started a search. The first area had no targets. The second area in waist-deep water proved successful with my Excalibur 2 metal detector.
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Wedding Band Lost in Stone Harbor Canal Found Stone Harbor NJ by RING FINDERS SOUTH JERSEY JOHN FAVANO

  • from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)

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LG gave me a call Saturday night about his lost wedding band in Stone Harbor, NJ. He was playing with his 3-year-old daughter in the water and she accidentally pulled it off of his finger. The challenge was that it was lost in the mud of the Stone Harbor Canal. It was nearly impossible to get out to the area since you sink around 2 feet down in the mud when trying to walk. I used the lucky duck float to maneuver out over the mud to the spot it could have dropped. I was able to lie down on the duck and swing the detector out in front of me. Once I got the signal, I was able to reach under the coil and dig it out. It was buried approximately 10 inches down. I pulled up the gold and platinum wedding band and showed it to LG. It just happened to be the 7 year anniversary of his engagement that it was returned.

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Ring Lost In Sand Found Sea Isle City NJ by Ring Finders South Jersey John Favano

  • from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)

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I received a text from Caroline about her lost ring in Sea Isle City, NJ. It is very sentimental because it’s the first piece of jewelry her boyfriend gave her. She put that ring and another one in her cup holder but forgot to tell her boyfriend they were in there, so both dropped in the sand when he closed the beach chair. I met her on the beach and started to search.
After a few scans with the metal detector, the rings were found!

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Class Ring and gold Ring Lost in Sand Found Cape May NJ By Ring Finders South Jersey John Favano

  • from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)

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Paula called to ask if I could help find her daughter, Ashley’s, gold high school class ring and another gold ring in Cape May, NJ. They forgot the rings were on their beach blanket and both went flying into the sand when the blanket was pulled up before leaving. After a quick search with my metal detector, the rings were found! Thanks to Jeff Laag for the referral as he was unavailable at the moment.

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Family Heirloom Ring Lost in Stone Harbor NJ Found by Ring Finders South Jersey John Favano

  • from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)

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I received a call from Teri about her father’s World War II ring that was lost in Stone Harbor, NJ on Saturday. Her father, who was very fond of the sea, was a Merchant Marine in World War II and his ring is very sentimental to the family. Her son, Patch, has been wearing the ring for the past few years. To keep the ring safe while on the beach, he placed it in the cup holder of a beach chair. Unknowingly, his cousin put on the backpack chair and went to the water to clean off some sand before leaving. Patch realized the ring had fallen out, and he and his family searched the area. They resigned to the thought that it was probably lost forever since it may have been dropped in the ocean.
I met up with Teri and did an extensive search of the area where it might have fallen out. I had to return a second time to be able to go out farther in the water. It was in waist-deep water that I finally got the signal. It was a great feeling when the ring showed up in the scoop and was able to be returned to the family.

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Rose Gold Engagement Ring and Wedding Band – FOUND! in Mars, PA near Pittsburgh

  • from Indiana (Pennsylvania, United States)

Brian Carpenter – Ring Recovery Specialist, Pittsburgh, PA and Indiana, PA. Lost your ring or other valuable jewelry, cell phone, keys? Metal Detecting Service. Call/Text 814-244-2300 as soon as possible for assistance. I got a text from Sharon who lost her engagement ring and wedding band behind her house on an access road in tall grass. I was on my way back from a trip so I was not able to head out until the next day.

Upon my arrival Sharon took me back and showed me where she thought she lost the rings. They had been in her pocket and she believed that when she took something else out the rings must have fallen. I surveyed the area, she had been out playing with her kids and had been in the tall grass on both sides of the road. There was  steep hill on one side with a ditch and the grass in this area does not appear to get mowed.

I got started as the temperature was rising and suddenly the arm cuff separated from the shaft of my detector. This has never happened before, I was only about an hour in and had a lot more land to cover. I tried to fix it only to discover it actually snapped. It was pretty awkward but I kept going. I finished the one hill and was walking up the other side of the road heading back to take a quick break when I caught a break…the sweet sound of gold in my headphones. I looked down and had found the engagement ring. I was hoping that the wedding band would be close by. I searched the immediate area in the grass pretty hard hoping it was there. Sharon had come down to see where I had found her diamond. When she learned that they were not together she gave me a pass and said she understood if I needed to go or wanted to stop however, there was no way I was giving up just yet! It took me a little while longer but I did find the wedding band camouflaged on the road in the light gray shale.

It was the first time I had to look for a wedding band and engagement ring together. I am glad I found them both and Sharon was elated to have her rings back!