lost mens wedding band Tag | The Ring Finders

Lost Men’s Gold Wedding Band Recovered in Hallandale, FL

  • from Stinson Beach (California, United States)

It was a lovely spring day in Florida with beaches full again after many months of COVID-19 restrictions. A young woman called me and explained that the prior day, her husband had lost his wedding ring on Hallandale Beach in Hallandale, Florida.

It was an “oops” moment that they discovered only after they made it back home and they knew it was on the beach because he had stored the ring in the cup holder of the chair and then shook out the sand before going home. Easy to forgive as the couple has a lovely young baby to care for!

I made my way to the beach and recreated their approximate location from photos they had taken while on the beach. We communicated during the process and I found my way right to the correct spot. Two other couples were on the beach relaxing, so I was sure to let them know why I was invading their space!

Just as she described, the ring was just under the surface after about 45 minutes of searching within the area.

I’m glad they used RingFinders and found me. They were smart to remember details about what happened and where they were. It made the search much quicker!

The sentiment shared with me when it was returned was, “Nuestro amor contra viento y marea.” The meaning of the phrase is our love against wind and tide or against all odds. ❤️ I wish them all the best in their future!

First ring search was a success! Geneva Illinois.

  • from Rockford (Illinois, United States)

I received a email this morning from Lynne informing me that her and her husband were playing catch with a baseball in a large field near a church. When they returned home her husband Kyle noticed that his wedding ring was missing. After returning to the field six times in two days to search for the lost ring Lynne’s father found The Ring Finders online. We set up a time this afternoon to meet up after work. After a short introduction Kyle gave me a quick description of where they were playing catch. So i turned on my Equinox 800 and within 10-15 minutes I got a solid 18 signal right on the surface. While using my pinpointer to do a quick surface check the ring flipped up out from underneath a leaf.


Lost Wedding Ring Recovered in Ellicott City, Maryland!

  • from Baltimore (Maryland, United States)

I received a call from Nick a week or so ago telling me he lost his wedding band while coaching his sons baseball team. He went on to say that the loss occurred a week or so prior, but he just found out about my service that day. I mentioned to him that I was leaving for a weeks vacation in two days, but if he could meet me the next day I could make that happen. He agreed and we met the next day. Upon my arrival, Nick gave me a detailed recollection of where he walked and where he spent the majority of the time that day. I immediately began my search and about 20 minutes into it…….

…..this was exactly how it was found. There was little chance of “eyeballing” it considering the way it was lying under the grass and how much area had to be searched. Before we began the search that day, Nick said, “I know there is very little chance of finding it now”. I am so glad we proved him wrong!

Although time plays a critical role in recovering lost rings/jewelry, don’t give up hope because a week, month or even YEARS have past. My oldest recovery was lost 9 years prior! With that said, the two biggest factors in a successful recovery are recollection of where you were and what you were doing when you feel you lost the item and time. The sooner you contact me the better!