How to locate a lost ring Tag | The Ring Finders

Lost ring in Hagerstown MD…found!

from Martinsburg (West Virginia, United States)
Contact: 1-304-579-0558

My name is John Chapman and I live outside of Martinsburg, WV. I am a member of TheRingFinders organization, and if you’ve lost a ring in the area give me a call at 304.579.0558 and I will give it my best try at recovering it for you. I have 30 years experience in using a metal detector, and can search on both land and shallow water.

Lost ring in Martinsburg WV….found!

from Martinsburg (West Virginia, United States)
Contact: 1-304-579-0558

My name is John Chapman and I live outside of Martinsburg, WV. I am a member of TheRingFinders organization, and if you’ve lost a ring in the area give me a call at 304.579.0558 and I will give it my best try at recovering it for you. I have 30 years experience in using a metal detector, and can search on both land and shallow water.

Lost ring Celina TN… found

from Tompkinsville (Kentucky, United States)
Contact: 1-270-495-0315

My name is Loy Milam and I own a houseboat at Holly Creek on Dale Hollow Lake. I am a member of TheRingFinders organization and if you have lost a ring in the area give me a call at 270-495-0315 and I will do my best to find it for you. I do both land and water searches.

Lost ring Tompkinsville, KY… found

from Tompkinsville (Kentucky, United States)
Contact: 1-270-495-0315

My name is Loy Milam and I live in Tompkinsville, KY. I am a member of TheRingFinders organization and if you have lost a ring in the area give me a call at 270-495-0315 and I will do my best to find it for you. I do both land and water searches.

Metal Detector Rental White Rock BC

from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)
Contact: 1-778-838-3463

Most people will rent or buy a metal detector to find their lost ring. The only thing is if you’ve never used one you will have a slim chance in finding your ring. The members and myself from TheRingFinders.com have many years of experience and the know how…This search today didn’t need the use of the detector…How many people who would have rented a detector would have found this ring? One thing we all do is think out of the box. Lynn was shaking a towel over her balcony when her 2 rings flew off her finger…

She found one ring in the small rocks very quickly. No need for a metal detector for that ring…But where did the second ring go? Maybe into the garden/rhododendron bushes but it would have been an easy eye ball search. I asked Lynn if there was a chance the ring could have slipped off finger in the house? She question herself and went inside to look. I stood there and thought… one ring fell on the rocks and why not the second ring?

Just then I notice a dip alongside of the foundation of the house, the rocks  sunk into the ground in a very small area so I took a knee and had a look and BINGO there was the ring! I was so happy!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I was able to surprise Lynn, I have the greatest job in the world! I get to make people smile!

 

Lost a ring? contact a member from TheRingFinders.com

Call- Chris Turner 778-838-3463

Watch video of the search below…