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Lost Platinum Wedding Ring Set While Boogie Boarding .. Venice Beach, CA. .. Found at Low Tide

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)





















Marcos lives in San Francisco. He was in Venice Beach visiting his parents. While he was here they had a big get together with best friends, Lisa and her husband Aleks.

That after noon they spent at the beach where Lisa had the misfortune to lose both her platinum wedding ring and diamond engagement ring. She was riding the waves using a boogie board. Just as she finished riding a wave when the board tipped over and when she came up both rings had slipped off her fingers. Panic and their day had ended in tragically.

That evening Marcos found me through TheRingFinders website. He told me the story and I asked a few questions. There was a low tide near midnight but Venice Beach at that time isn’t the place to be out alone on the beach. We caught the next early morning low tide with Marcos giving great directions of where they were located.

I told Marcos that this could take some time. He was staying very close so I would call him if I find the rings.

Before a half hour passed I got the first good signal Boom! one platinum diamond engagement ring. Three feet away Boom! one platinum wedding band. In less than 18 hours they had already settled about 7 or 8 inches in this fine mushy sand.

Marcos met me on the beach taking photos of the rings to send to Lisa and Aleks. They immediately verified that these were their rings and I was able to talk to Lisa. It was great to hear such excitement as joy on the cellphone while standing on the beach where the rings were found.

Twenty years ago, I would have had to find a public pay phone that worked. To make that phone call.

The internet and all this new technology helped save these sentimental rings from being lost forever. Awesome!

Custom Rings by James Avery Lost at the Montage Resort .. Laguna Beach, CA .. Found

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)

Wade sent me an email in the early morning, actually 12:30 am. He had spent several hours searching the sands at the beach in front of the Montage Resort, Laguna Beach, CA.
His niece, Sydney had put her James Avery rings, a gift from her grandparents, in a pocket of her beach chair. She didn’t realize till they returned to their hotel room that the rings were missing.
I talked to Wade, who told me what had happened and that they would be leaving for the airport to fly back to Houston, Texas soon. We were able to meet the family on the beach an hour before they were to leave. Wade’s niece, Sydney was so upset that she could not leave her room. He put 4 items at the corners of what he thought was the location they were the day before.
I started the grid search in the center rotating to the outside. When I got to a tee shirt which marked one of the corners, there were two high tone signals right below the marker.. I knew it had to be the rings. One scoop in the sand proved to be the two unique rings.
The whole family was elated. Uncle Wade was a hero for staying awake the night before searching the Internet for TheRingFinders.com.
Another beautiful day and a happy family returning to Texas after great vacation on one of our most beautiful beaches here in Laguna Beach, CA.