Lost my ring Indian Lake Tag | The Ring Finders

Sapphire and diamond arthritic wedding ring returned! TRF Celina, Ohio

  • from Celina (Ohio, United States)

Debbie lost her beautiful, custom Sapphire and diamond arthritic wedding ring while working in her flower bed and yard near Indian Lake(4/26). She was absolutely devastated losing this custom piece. Along with her husband Danny, they both tried looking for it for a couple of days. They checked yard clippings, the trash, Danny even purchased a metal detector himself to try and locate the ring with no luck.

Danny contacted me (4/28) and explained the situation to me in the hopes that I could help. We made plans to meet up Saturday afternoon (5/1).

I arrived at their home where Danny related the story of what had happened that day once again while I looked things over a bit. After the information he had given me, not even 3 minutes into the search Debbie’s Sapphire and diamond arthritic wedding band had been recovered!

3 minutes into the hunt this custom sapphire and diamond arthritic wedding ring was successfully recovered and returned. 5/1/21

After a quick photo of the Ring, it was turned over to Danny so he could place it back on Debbie’s hand once again. Debbie and Danny both did an excellent job of remembering details and putting me right into the hotspot of the search area. That’s why this ring was recovered so quickly. I’m very happy to see another happy ending and another great story continuing with a beautiful piece such as this! Bonus is that my wife and I got to meet some extremely nice people. Great new friends and a happy ending!

Lost gold wedding ring recovered in Indian Lake, Vicksburg Michigan

  • from Granger (Indiana, United States)

Newly wed couple, Zach and Cherise, had both gotten on their float tubes to enjoy some time on the water. After getting on his tube, Zach “pushed off” of the step-deck of their boat docked in the boat lift. As soon as he did that, his white gold ring fell off and into the water. They tried to locate the ring using goggles and swim masks, but couldnt stay down under well enough. The bottom was also mucky with weeds covering it. The water depth was from 5 to 8 feet where the ring fell off, requiring scuba gear utilization.
I searched for awhile and found several metal sparkler wire pieces, some metallic trash and a fillet knife blade (save some one from potential injury). After about ten minutes I got a nice mid-tone signal in the right area surrounded by iron trash signals. Got my pinpointer in action, felt a signal from down in the muck and then felt a ring, The couple was happy and a very sharp hidden hazard was removed from the swim area.