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Lost Earring Found by Ring Finders South Jersey Stone Harbor New Jersey
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I received a call about a lost diamond stud earring that had been pulled out of the ear by a hat on a windy day in Stone Harbor, New Jersey. Sometimes these calls can be difficult since the earrings are so small but this day it wasn’t the case! The earring was found with my eyes sometimes thing s are found without using a metal detector. She must have stepped on the earring when the hat blew off! it was stuck to her sole of her shoe! Another great day in Stone Harbor NJ.
Lost Silver Bracelet Found in Stone Harbor NJ by Ring Finders South Jersey
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I received a message through Facebook messenger from Caroline about her lost silver bracelet. She explained that she lost her bracelet on the beach yesterday in Stone Harbor, NJ. After a quick grid search, the bracelet was found. Thanks to Bob Brown on the assist.
Lost 14k White Gold Cross and Chain Found Ventnor NJ by Ring Finders South jersey
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Sheila contacted me today about her fiancé’s chain and cross that were accidentally left on the beach in Ventnor, NJ. The surf was rough yesterday, so he decided to take it off before going into the ocean. Forgetting that it was in the side pocket of the beach chair, the jewelry dropped into the sand when packing up. They didn’t realize it was missing until after they got home and were extremely upset because it is very sentimental. I met with the couple on the beach and they gave me the approximate location where it could have been lost. Something in the distance caught my eye as I was walking around detecting. It glistened for a second, so I decided to walk toward it. It turned out to be the edge of the cross peeking out of the sand! It’s a great feeling when you find what you’re looking for, but it’s extra special when you recover something so sentimental.
LOST GOLD CHAIN FOUND OCEAN CITY NJ by Ring Finders South Jersey
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Roseanne lost her gold necklace with a flip flop gold charm yesterday on the beach in Ocean City, NJ. After meeting up and a grid search, the necklace was found. The necklace was given to Roseanne 20 years ago by her mother and was very sentimental to her. She was thrilled to have it back.
Lost Wedding Band Found North Wildwood NJ by Ring Finders South Jersey
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Dan lost his wedding band while swimming in the ocean in North Wildwood, NJ yesterday. We made plans to meet today on the beach so I could detect during
low tide. After a thorough search in waist to chest-deep water,the ring was found several inches down in the sand.
Lost Wedding Band Found North Wildwood NJ THE RING FINDERS SOUTH JERSEY
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I received a call from Regina today to help find her wedding band that she lost on the beach in North Wildwood NJ this afternoon. I was able to find it quickly after searching the area where she was sitting. The ring is now back where it belongs and it ended up being a great beach day!
Lost Engagement Ring in Iowa – Found
I received a text over the weekend saying they needed my services to find a silver engagement ring in the back yard. I was not available at that time so I met up with Blake late Monday afternoon. He said him and his fiancé were chipping sticks when a stick caught the ring and pulled it off. The grass was pretty long in the back yard because he did not want to mow until he found the ring. I started the grid search and after about an hour he came and we discussed it more. The yard was not very big so I went one way and then changed directions and could not believe I could not find it. He asked if the other half of the ring would be of use. Well, Duh, I should of asked for that in the beginning….Lesson learned number one. He went and got the ring and we put it on the ground and I did a test pass. It was ringing up as a 41-43 on my AT Max….Lesson learned number 2….I assumed since he told me it was silver it would ring in the 70-90 range. I had the AT Max discrimination set pretty high. I reset the detector and started all over with the grid. Within about 15 minutes Blake came back to check on me and while he was standing there I got a hit in the 40’s. Like so many other times I figured it was nothing and started digging in the grass and there it was. Needless to say everyone left happy. Sorry about the crappy photo.
Lost Engagement ring Port elgin Ontario
Woke up this morning to a call from a lady who is getting married next weekend. While swimming in port elgin beach the night before she came to shore and noticed her engagement ring was no longer on her finger and had to be sitting in the bottom of the beach somewhere. They searched for hours with the help of many others to come out empty handed. When she got home they googled something similar to “How to find a lost ring” and managed to find this directory.
Don of cherished finds was already in the area so he began the search right away and with the help of his wife found the ring within a couple hours!