Lost platinum wedding ring found in Royal Leamington Spa, Warwickshire
Received a call from Kasey around 1:15 this afternoon while I was heading out to another search, Kasey asked me if it was possible for me to find her platinum ring that her sister lost at the play ground? I told her I would call her back after I was done with my search.
Within one hour I called Kasey back and we meet at the playground and she told me how her eight year old sister had her ring. Kasey’s ring was on her bed and she asked her sister to put it in a safe place until she got home from work, that was Saturday, her sister wore the ring on her thumb and went to play in the park that afternoon while pushing her friends on the swings the ring flew off into the sand they searched but could not find the ring.
Even Kasey and Devon looked but no luck, Kasey did a Google search and found The Ring Finders and called me the ring is now back on Kasey’s finger! the rest is history.
Another Happy Client! Thank you Kasey and Devon for allowing me to find your lost ring.
Friday morning I had to pick up something across town when Brad called me. His wife Megan had lost her wedding ring set. I was two hours away and asked them if the could guard the area. I kept them updated on my arrival time assuring them that my metal detector could find the rings as long as they knew the general location.
I’ll let Megan tell how it happened.
Laguna Bch.. Megan and Brad’s 17yr. Wedding ring set. Authored by Megan
Yesterday, at the beach, our vacation took a downturn. I took off my wedding rings to apply sunscreen …. They were not seen again. Our site looked like an archeological dig to no avail. Today Brad googled “metal detector Laguna Beach” (we were thinking about renting one) and found a group called The Ring Finders – metal detecting specialists. We called one of them and he came out this afternoon. We showed him the area we had been and within 5 minutes both were found. UNBELIEVABLE!!! Vacation saved. So I have to give a shoutout to our guy- Stan Ross! They don’t charge a fee, so while I gave him a huge hug, Brad gave him a wad of cash. #wishweknewaboutthemyesterday www.theringfinders.com
Toni dropped her new diamond engagement ring in the sand while doing a photo shoot celebrating Eddie’s marriage proposal that same day.
It was Friday at sunset when Eddie and Toni had been taking pictures on the beach at Wood’s Cove, Laguna Beach, CA. It’s a very pretty location, also very romantic.
They frantically searched through the sand with their fingers, then Eddie drove to a local sporting goods store 5 minutes before closing. He purchase the most expensive metal detector in stock. Returning to the beach he could not find the ring with that $200 detector.
Then his fiancé’s sister found my contact information on line, under TheRingFinders.com.
A call at 11:45 pm got me on the road for the 8 mile trip to Laguna Beach. They were there at the top of the steps and we walked 100 yards as the tide tried to chase us away. It was only a 25 x 25 square where they had felt the ring had fallen and it was well marked off.
The ring was not there, but 2 feet outside the box, Bingo!! A beautiful ring and very happy couple. I was back home within an hour. Toni, her sister and Eddie were so excited and happy to finish the day in such a positive way. What a special and unique engagement day. They will remember this day for a long time. It was a pleasure to meet them everybody.. Thanks for letting me help you.