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Signet Ring Found near Woodstock, Oxfordshire

 

When I realised the ring I had been wearing non-stop for the last 10 years wasn’t on my finger one morning, I immediately panicked. This ring was a 21st birthday gift from my parents, engraved with my initials on the top and a message from them on the underside, so it was incredibly sentimental to me. I wracked my brains as to where it could be and my heart sunk when I realised there was a chance I could have lost it on a run the day before.  

I posted about losing my ring on an online neighbourhood community group which is where someone recommended ringfinders.com, which led me to finding Constantine. 10 days passed between losing my ring and Constantine coming to the rescue. These 10 days were spent tearing my hair out and turning my flat upside down, searching through hoover bags and food waste bins – glamorous!  

I had a gut feeling that my ring would most likely be somewhere outside, as I had been cleaning out my guinea pig’s hutch the morning I noticed it missing, and it was a particularly cold morning so my fingers had probably shrunk and were verging on numb so I wouldn’t have felt the ring come off.

 Constantine scanned the garden and piles of leaves thoroughly, but no joy. Then we decided to empty the garden waste bin (the contents of which covered the lawn!). I saw Constantine bend down to pick something up, and there it was! He’d found it! I couldn’t believe it. 

RING FOUND! After a year lost in Lancaster PA

  • from Lancaster (Pennsylvania, United States)

As the newly appointed Secretary for the Lancaster Research and Recovery club I spent some time reviewing our clubs Facebook page. I came across a gentleman inquiring about a lost ring. This was a very sentimental Mothers day gift from her children with each of their birthstones and I was told that another person came to look and had no luck.
The owner said that while they were gardening they shook their hands and saw and heard the ring fly off and hit the brick house. After about an hour of searching the garden, down a window well and the whole area where it was known to be lost,  I was about to call it a day.
At that point I took a step back and thought what if the ring did not hit the bricks and ricochet down but….. up….. I visualized the path that the ring could have taken… one swing over the area….. solid target in the rings tone and VDI (equinox800 13/14) range, shallow, could this be it!?

carefully slicing a small plug well around the area, not even an inch down,  glistened the beautiful shine of the ring with all birthstones still intact.

as always… I love short song the owners and asked her to come out and point to the area again…while back was turned I held up the ring waiting for that loss of breath, eyes open wide, speechless look…. And boy did I get it (never gets old).

I am so happy to be a part of this rings story back to the owner and hopefully passed down for generations. And Always think outside of the box when searching for lost things!

Ring out of the ground after a years nap

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Gold Teeth with Daimonds Lost in the Ocean Found

  • from Maui (Hawaii, United States)
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GRILL


This is a First for me. Lost Gold Teeth “GRILL” with Daimonds in the ocean while snorkeling. FOUND 48 hours later in 3-4ft water.

Lost Ring – Erie, PA

  • from Erie (Pennsylvania, United States)

Call or Text Mark for lost items 814.923.2000

 

Hello! I’m Mark and I recently joined The Ring Finders. I am located in Erie, Pennsylvania and I’m willing to travel up to 60 miles to find your lost item. I am very confident in my metal detecting knowledge to help find your lost jewelry or other precious belongings.

Sometimes it is just meant to be.

  • from Cochrane (Alberta, Canada)

 

 

 A couple of metal detecting buddies of mine called me up and asked if I wanted to join in on a search. While out hunting they were approached by a man whose son had lost a cross pendant with his wife’s ashes in it. I didn’t have my equipment with me but seeing that the site was just off my route home, I stopped to say “Hello” and see how it was going. What happened next was very unexpected.  Watch the video to see the ending.

Lost Ring Omaha Found!

  • from Louisville (Nebraska, United States)
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Heading back home from a unsuccessful ring recovery in central nebraska for a lady who lost her ring 47 years ago. I received a call from a nice young lay sounding very distress she had lost her wedding ring in her yard. And she didn’t think we were for real and ask if I actually could find a lost ring I assured her I would give it my best shot. So had to wait a whole night and half a day before she was ready for me to start looking. I went to her yard and it was very small and she said that she was swatting at a fly and she felt the ring leave her finger, Well it was a very heavy gold ring and the direction was unknown. So I started to sweep the yard thinking its got to be right on top ha! I looked and looked and looked and was getting all kinds of coin signals. finally a went back and ask exactly what has been done since you lost it, She replied that it rained twice they mowed once and and stomped all over the yard plus parked on top of the grass. Oh boy I said then this ring could be buried and after about 10 minutes of digging about 20 pennies and a couple of dimes and a nickel I received a 21 number signal on my equinox and digging down a inch bam there it was a big beautiful gold ring with diamonds. I started to walk up to the door and she came out and burst into tears. It made me feel so happy to make someone’s day like that just for finding a ring and returning it.

Lost Mens Platinum Wedding Band On The Beach In Lewes, Delaware Found

  • from Lewes (Delaware, United States)
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On 06/16/2021, I was contacted by Joe in regards to his Platinum Wedding Band that he had lost on the beach at Cape Shores Development in Lewes, Delaware. Joe request my help in finding his lost ring. Upon contacting Joe at the beach he showed me two areas that he had been sitting when the ring was lost. I began a grid search of the first area and I was unable to locate the ring. Joe had chairs and an umbrella on the sand in the second area that I was to search so I requested that he move the items so that I could begin my search. While the chairs and umbrella were being moved I walked over to a corner of the area where I had decided that I would begin my search. Joe was still moving the items out of my way so I laid the coil of my detector on the sand at which time I heard a tone in my headset. I scooped up the sand from where I received the tone and low and behold there was Joes lost ring. I called out to Joe and told him that he did not need to remove anymore of his beach items because his ring had been found. The ring was then returned to its rightful owner.

Lost Silver Cross Pendant On Bethany Beach In 2020 Found

  • from Lewes (Delaware, United States)
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On 08/04/2020, I was contacted by Renee in regards to a silver cross pendant that had been lost on the beach in Bethany Beach, Delaware. Renee stated that the silver cross pendant had been lost by her daughter and that the silver cross pendant was “Very Special” because her younger daughter had received it from her older sister who was deceased. Upon arriving at the beach Renee and her daughter showed me the area that the silver cross pendant had been lost and the area was marked by sections of wood. I stared a grid search of the area inside the sections of wood and was able to recover the lost pendant with only a few swings of my detector. The pendant was then returned to its rightful and very grateful owner.

Lost Mens Platinum Wedding Band On Rehoboth Beach In 2020 Found

  • from Lewes (Delaware, United States)
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On 08/03/2020, I was contacted by Brian in regards to his Platinum Wedding Band that he lost on the beach in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Brian requested my help in trying to find his lost ring. I arrived at Rehoboth Beach, made contact with Brian and he felt that he had lost his wedding band in the sand in an area where he and his wife had been sitting in their beach chairs. I did a grid search of the area where they had been sitting and was unable to locate the lost ring. I then had Brian show me the direction that he and his wife had walked to the beach access/exit path in order to exit the beach. I then began a grid search of that area and was able to recover his lost wedding band in the sand in front of the beach access/exit.

Wedding Ring lost in Sand “Cupsoque Beach” Westhampton

  • from Suffolk County (New York, United States)
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I got a text from Dan he lost his ring at the beach early today. Asked if I could come out and if yes he would meet me at Cuposque Beach in Westhampton.  I told him I would meet him there at 4:30.  We agreed on a spot to meet.

When I got there we meet up and walked over to the beach to the area that he lost. When wwe got there he said is is the place, there was someone there that was still there from this morning.  I set up a square out side of the spot where he was sitting.  Started the search making small sweeps of the square.  After two laps I get a very strong signal with something down about 2 inches.  Took me beach scoop and BINGO there was the ring.  He told all of the other beach goers that I found his ring. Many of them clapped.