Found Platinum Engagement Ring with Diamond & Platinum Wedding Band with Multiple Diamonds
After a day at the beach, I got home to realize I had lost my engagement and wedding ring. I rushed back the next morning in hopes of finding someone metal detecting and eventually found one in the area to rent. I searched for 4 hours to no avail. My husband and I went back a few days later, renting the metal detector and searching for 4-5 hours again. And again, coming home empty-handed.
Losing jewelry is a horrible feeling, and that feeling is amplified by 1000 when they are wedding rings. No amount of insurance money would bring back MY rings.
I had seen advertisements online for the Ring Finders, but I was hesitant to contact them. I had my doubts about identifying the location of my ring for them to find. But after two unsuccessful trips, I figured there was a 50/50 shot they would return them, and I took the odds.
I emailed Keith around 6:30 on a Saturday night and had an email back within an hour that he would be calling in the morning. He called as promised and agreed to meet my husband back at the beach in around an hour. My hesitation was beginning to ease!
We showed him the area where we believed the rings had been lost – the place we searched over and over with our rented detector – and he found them in less than 20 minutes.
The successful result speaks for itself! We could not be happier with our decision to reach out to Keith and are beyond thrilled that he could locate the lost rings. In talking with Keith afterward, I found out that he does survival and search/rescue training for his career. He certainly takes that professionalism and determination over into this field. I highly recommend Keith searching for anything of significant importance.
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I received a call this weekend, it went like this;
Hi I have never called anyone with a metal detector before. I said, ” you still haven’t you used a phone” there was a long pause then followed by a laugh as my weird sense of humor was realized.
He said, “my wife has lost her platinum wedding band can you find it ?” I assured him that is it’s there I can find it, and I rushed out to his acreage just outside of Okotoks Alberta about a 1 hour trip but time is of the essence when finding lost items.
Once I got there I was told that their 18 month old and grabbed Mommy’s rings. 3 of them and tossed them off the deck each in a different direction they had found two but the wedding band had evaded there search.
I started up my detector and started hunting for a Platinum Signal, yes my detector can locate all kinds of different metal, within 15 minutes I got a strong Platinum signal which is identified by numbers in the range of 47 on the Garrett AT-PRO metal detector. I got down and parted the thick grass and there was the gleaming Platinum Wedding Ring. Mom & Dad were thrilled to have the ring returned, Mom had to dry her tears of joy so I could get this picture.
Lost Platinum Wedding ring returned
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Wednesday, August 14, 2013
I had just found a 56 year old ring for Marco about 20 minutes before and was only about a block from where I found Marco’s ring. David came walking up to me and I figured he wanted to ask me ,”What’s the best thing you’ve ever found ?” I hear this 5 or 10 times a day when I get out before everybody leaves the beach.
David did look a little serious and he asked me if I could find a platinum ring he had lost the night before. I told him this is what I do and it should be easy if he was sure of the general area. This is what he told me. He was sitting on a stair step and fiddling with his ring(kind of rolling it with his other fingers) when it popped off right in front of him in the dry sand. He could not find it that night. The next morning he came directly to the place where the platinum ring slipped off his finger. This time he had equipt himself with a bucket, shovel and a sifting tool. David had excavated a 5 foot square area down about 8 or 10 inches and all the sand that had been sifted through the screen was piled up on a rock. He was very organized and said he had spent more than two hours working his project.
I thought possibly the ring could have got buried too deep to find, because of the amount of sand that was moved. Trying to stay possitive, I searched the pile of sand and the excavated area. Then I did a couple passes of the coil just 3 or 4 ft. to the right of his digging. Right away there was a hit. A nice strong signal and up popped a beautiful platinum ring when I dug it with my scoop. I will not try to retrieve it with my fingers, because I know it is almost impossible. It just keeps slipping through your fingers.. David could not believe that it was that far away from where it dropped. He and his wife Kimberly were very happy to have their ring back and promised to recomend The RingFinders to all their friends and customers. They own a business in Laguna and have seen me on the beach before but didn’t know about our service.