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Lost and found wedding ring in Carrying Place Ontario

  • from Cobourg (Ontario, Canada)

Received a text from Morgan yesterday about her husband Matt having lost his wedding ring the previous day in their yard. Matt was putting things away for the winter when, afterwards, he noticed his ring was gone. To makes matters worst, their yard was full of metal items in the ground and had about 4 inches of fresh snow from the previous day. Headed out and met with Morgan. After the usual questions and orientation, I got metal detecting the yard and within fifteen minutes or so, found the ring. Both Morgan and Matt were very happy and relieved that he was reunited with his ring again. Another happy ending.

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Matt lost his wedding band in his backyard in Marmora, New Jersey. He wasn’t sure if it fell off while he was chopping wood or while walking around in the yard. He did a Google search when he realized it was lost and found the Ring Finders South Jersey website. He reached out to me later that evening and I got some additional detail to help find the ring. I met him the next afternoon and started the search. A few minutes later, the metal detector gave off the signal I was looking for and the ring was returned!
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How to Metal Detect a Lost Titanium Wedding Ring in the Snow…Found in Alexandria, Virginia

  • from Washington (District of Columbia, United States)

Doug’s Cherished Titanium Wedding Band (Made by David Yurman Compay) Recovered in the Snow by Metal Detectorist and Member of THE RING FINDERS Brian Rudolph!

Alexandria, Virginia Resident, Doug, Proudly Holding His Sentimental Titanium Keepsake of Love Following a Successful Metal Detecting Search by Member of THE RING FINDERS Brian Rudolph!

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

I received a call from a young man named Doug in Alexandria, Virginia who lost his titanium wedding band made by the David Yurman company. He was playing out in the snow with his children and their pet dog, and by the time he returned back into the house from all of their fun, Doug noticed that his most special sentimental keepsake was no longer on his finger. Because he remembered that the ring was loose on his finger outside earlier that same day, the distressed fellow was pretty confident that the band had been lost out in the snow while playing.

Not taking matters into his own hands but rather trusting the competence of a professional metal detectorist, Doug found my metal detecting services on the elite international metal detecting specialist directory website called THE RING FINDERS. He learned that I provide my metal detecting expertise in the Alexandria, Virginia area and immediately called me for help!

The next morning, I arrived at Doug’s lovely snow covered neighborhood to conduct the ring search. My new client showed me all of the areas where he had been walking around, playing with the dog and having a blast out in the snow with his well entertained children. Within a few minutes I had all of the information necessary to start the search.

I returned to my car, pulled out my waterproof detector, headphones and gridline tapes and began the process of looking for Doug’s most special “symbol of love”. Within 10 minutes of swinging my machine back and forth as I analyzed the snow for the wedding band, I picked up the perfect signal coming from beneath the ice. Because I am so experienced with recovering all types of rings made of every kind of metal, I was pretty confident that this very target was the lost piece of titanium that went missing the day before. With much excitement and anticipation, I knelt down on the snow and pulled out my handheld metal detector (which is called a pinpointer) and began to wave it over the area where my machine coil was picking up the object that I was after. Once I knew the exact spot where the target was buried, I used my fingers to dig my way down through the snow until my eyes locked in on exactly what I thought the mystery item happened to be! It was in fact Doug’s titanium wedding band! I found it! I couldn’t have been more happy for my client the moment that the silver-like colored halo appeared from within the snow!

The best part of my search and recovery time (other than of course finding the lost item that meant the world to Doug), was the moment that I surprised my client with his very handsome wedding band! Doug was so appreciative of my expertise and efforts in successfully returning his special wedding band back to his finger! He couldn’t believe how fast I was able to recover it for him! During the rest of the time that I was on my client’s property, Doug kept expressing his gratitude for what I was able to accomplish for him. He told me over and over again how glad he was for not wasting his money and time on a rental machine that he knew nothing about. But instead, he called in a professional who took care of his most important need…preserving his irreplaceable “symbol of love” that his wife Lisa placed on her husband’s finger several years earlier on their very special wedding day!


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How to Find a Lost Ring in Snow…Bel Air, Maryland

  • from Washington (District of Columbia, United States)

Alexandra’s Sterling Silver Promise Ring that Tommy Blessed His Love With Just Two Weeks Before the Jewel Was Plowed Away With the Snow 100 Yards Down the Parking Lot!

Alexandra Beyond Excited for the Recovery of Her Beautiful Promise Ring!

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I received a call from a young lady named Alexandra who was really upset about the loss of her 925 sterling silver promise ring with CZ diamond stones. She had just received the beautiful “symbol of love“ from her boyfriend Tommy just weeks before the diamond covered band went missing somewhere in Alexandra’s work parking lot.

The story goes like this: Alexandra was employed at a car dealership. On her break, she went outside to the auto service parking lot during the beginning of a winter snowstorm. Alexandra wrote a little love note for her sweetheart in the snow and then took a photo of it so she could text it to her boyfriend Tommy. She returned inside and 10 minutes later she noticed that her ring was no longer on her finger. Immediately, she realized that she must have lost it outside when she was using her finger to write in the snow. Alexandra ran back outside and sadly she saw a snow plow truck hauling a “load of white” down the parking lot and dumping the contents wherever there were empty parking spaces along the way. It returned over and over again to pick up more snow and dispense the new loads as far as a hundred yards away from the main building! Desperately, she searched with faded hope that her friendship ring might still be hidden beneath the ice that remained on the black top. To no avail, Alexandra returned inside of the car dealership office without her sentimental piece of jewelry. Tommy’s girlfriend was crushed.

During the rest of Alexandra’s time at work, she looked online for an answer to her problem regarding how she could possibly recover her cherished lost keepsake. Eventually, she came across the elite international metal detectorist called THE RING FINDERS. After looking up the closest metal detecting service in the Bel Air, Maryland area, Alexandra contacted me, Brian Rudolph. She shared the backstory with me as to what took place and I quickly made plans to visit the search site later that night.

My client was extremely grateful that I was able to come out to the dealership that evening at such short notice. I knew how important it was to scan the lot that night. No one could be sure if the precious jewel was still somewhere in the middle of the parking lot under the snow or if it had already been concealed by feet of ice that was plowed away earlier that day.

As soon as I arrived (around 8:30pm), I met Alexandra and her boyfriend Tommy and then I was immediately shown where the young lady wrote her love note to Tommy in the snow. Then, I retrieved my metal detector and other night gear (including my high linens headlamp) from my vehicle and began the search. I checked out all of the key areas that we had talked about as being prime spots where the ring could have ended up. However, after searching every possible section of the lot, no ring was found except several dropped key rings from the dealership’s service department.

I detected not only the center areas of the black top (which was all covered with snow), but I also searched along the sides of the parking spaces where the plow pushed various “piles of white” into more shallow bunches. Still, I could not find the ring anywhere. Sometime around 11:30pm it was time to call it quits for the night.

I told the couple that it appeared that the ring most likely was pushed farther away into the larger piles of snow which would require some melting, as well as the use of shovels to cut through some of the remaining packed ice. I planned to return for another round of searching in the next week.

Almost every day that followed my initial visit to the dealership, I called Alexandra to get a report on how much snow had melted since the day before. It took longer than we thought for the thawing to really take effect, but after almost a week of waiting, I felt it was time to return to the site and continue the search process. This time around I brought hard core shovels that I use for cutting plugs in the earth when metal detecting buried items. Alexandra and Tommy met up with me once again and this time we began by chopping up as much snow as we could in order for me to metal detect all the way through the solid ice bergs!

I detected every possible location as far away as the very end of the parking lot – over a hundred yards from where Alexandra’s ring presumably slipped off her finger in the frigid outside temperatures. Unfortunately again, the promise ring was still missing in action. After another 3 hours of shoveling, cutting and detecting, there was little left for me to do that day. I would have to return a third time once the giant piles of remaining snow had melted even more.

I assured the couple that it was just a matter of time before the snow would melt enough to either allow for me to detect the final foot or so of snow (there were piles that were up to five feet high) or the ring would finally reveal itself on top of one of the bergs after a couple of warm and sunny days move through the Bel Air area. Since Alexandra worked right near where we hoped the ring was still hiding, I encouraged the young lady to continue visiting the snow piles and carefully look at the top of each mound to see if the jewel might one day peek its beautiful halo out of one of those “natural freezers”.

Well, as it turned out, during the next week, Alexandra would give me continuous updates as to how the snow was melting in three key piles out on the parking lot. I was ready and willing to travel the hour long drive to resume the detecting but the snow was still way too high to make the trip worthwhile. Therefore, I told Alexandra over and over again to continue walking to the piles and carefully inspect to see if the ring made its appearance through all of the ice. Each time she checked there was still nothing positive to report back to me.

After a couple more days had passed, a break in this case finally came to Bel Air! An unusual warm front made its way through Maryland and I knew that with some extreme melting that would soon take place, our chances of eyeballing the ring or successfully detecting the special keepsake was most likely going to happen! And it did!

Look Carefully and You Will See the Ring!

At Last Alexandra’s Lost Promise Ring Reappears from Beneath the Snow Plowed Mountain of Ice!

Early one the morning, just hours before I was going to be making my third trip to the search site, I received a call from Alexandra. She found her precious promise ring! I was beyond elated for her! It turned out that Alexandra did her 100 yard routine walk down to the end of the long dealership’s parking lot to look over the snow plowed piles once again. As she scanned the 3 foot mountain of ice, there it was – Alexandra’s very special love gift from Tommy! She saw it right there on the very top of the icy plateau, so patiently waiting to be discovered!

The young lady was so very excited! Over and over again Alexandra kept saying, “You were right! You were right! I still can’t believe it! Brian, you said to keep giving it time and it will eventually be found! You never thought someone had picked it up, and you really believed it was still buried in one of these huge piles!” I smiled brilliantly on the other end of the phone as I responded with a bashful acknowledgment of thanks to the young ring finder! I was so very happy for her!

The nightmare was finally over! It took nearly 2 weeks to successfully close this case, but it sure was worth waiting for such elation and jubilation from my dear client Alexandra!


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  • from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)

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from Austin asking if I can find a lost wedding band. His ring slipped off the finger

while playing with his dog. After he showed me where they were playing the ring was



  • from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)

Last week Merle realized that her wedding band was missing after she gave her dog a bath on her deck. She searched through the leaves but did not find the ring. That’s when she found me.  After gathering some information from her daughter, Brooke, I started to search in the leaves and ivy near the deck.  A few minutes later, the ring was recovered!

8 year old throws 2 rings out second store window in Cicero, IL were Recovered

  • from Las Vegas (Nevada, United States)

Received a call to look for two rings in the snow. A diamond engagement ring and a wedding band. The 8 year old was playing with her friend and decided to throw the rings out the window. I never ask why!!

First found the wedding band. The owner never expected me to find the engagement ring. Found BOTH!!

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  • from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)



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Rings Lost in Snow Found – Waterford CT

  • from Stonington (Connecticut, United States)

After Winter Storm Juno finished dumping snow on Southeastern Connecticut, I received a call from a couple who lost their engagement ring and wedding band in their backyard. First, they tried renting a metal detector from a local sporting goods store, no luck. Not giving up, they spent a couple of days using metal detectors purchased from Amazon, still no luck.

Upon my arrival, we went into the back yard where I found shoveled pathways and remaining footprints from the previous searching.  The Search was difficult due to the foot of frozen, uneven snow. About 30 minutes into the search, I heard the unmistakable “ring” signal. My XP Deus told me it was less than 8 inches deep, so I knew it wasn’t another signal bleeding through the snow from underground. Waving over the husband, we dug through the snow and recovered a beautiful 14k white gold wedding band.

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Unfortunately, the engagement ring wasn’t right next to the wedding band. After covering the same area three different times, and another thirty minutes later, I caught a weak signal about 10 feet away from where I found the first lost ring. After brushing away a couple of inches of snow, the signal strengthened. A little more careful digging and diamond poked through the snow. We found the second ring lost in the snow!

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