Allison called me about a very special lost wedding band that belonged to her mother. She was tossing a football to her children while on the beach in Ocean City, NJ, when the ring slipped off and fell in the sand. We met shortly after her call, and she showed me the area where she threw the ball. It wasn’t long before the ring was found with the metal detector and close to her heart again!
I received a call to search for a lost engagement ring in Avalon, NJ. After meeting up with the family on the beach. They gave me some details on how the ring might have been lost. I started the search with my metal detector and the ring wasn’t in the area. We then spoke again about where the ring could be and using my pinpointer (hand held mini metal detector) I was able to locate the ring in a pocket of a sweatshirt after searching everything that was in their beach cart!
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May 2022 Chase contacted me for assistance in finding his lost white gold wedding band. He recently had some cellulose installation blown into the attic of his home. After the job was complete he entered the attic to preform a simple inspection of the work. After completing his inspection he shook his hands while dusting his shirt off when his wedding band dislodged from his finger. With a sea of soft fluffy cellulose at his feet his ring was engulfed out of site the minute it touched the installation. He went on line and quickly learned that if he had rented a metal detector he’d most likely would not find his ring having no real experience using a metal detector. With this advise he turned to TheRingFinders.com found my listing and invited me over. Due to my experience I has asked about the details of his ring so I was best prepared for the type of metal I would be searching for. As it turned out his wife’s white gold wedding band was prettymuch identical just a few sizes smaller than his. I used this opportunity to do a test scan with my machine. As you will see this afforded me a lot of confidence once I got over the intended taggert in the attic.
Attic searches can be very tricky as its bad enough bracing your feet on the rafters, sometimes crawling is required, inhospitable working environment requiring proper PPE protective gear, respirators, bunny suits, lighting and that all before understanding how to use a metal detector properly for the intended target. Attics have a lot of nails, staples and screws along with metal bracing plates, metal electrical boxes and power cords all adding to the challenge of finding a lost wedding ring in an attic. In the summer time they can be all over 100 F limiting an unexperienced individuals mobility and search time. Its quite clear save yourself the hassle and call an experienced Ring Finer for this type of work.
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I just did another lost ring recovery in LBI (Long Beach Island,New Jersey) Received a call from a couple on their anniversary vacation enjoying the relaxation of the beach and ocean who unfortunately were faced with the loss of the wife’s engagement and wedding ring. She had them in bag but somehow they had fallen out? Searching she located the wedding ring in the sand but couldn’t find the diamond engagement ring. Doing a quick Goggle search she found my NJ Lost Ring Finder success stories in LBI and gave me a call. Fortunately I was just blocks away and within minutes on-site! I began the search where they were sitting and a minute later she had her ring back on her finger and got back to their vacation! Happy Anniversary!
Another happy customer!
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What is the first thing you do when you lose a ring? You mark the exact spot where you lost it or as close as possible, then you contact myself or one of the ring finders in your area!
Ken was working in his yard, doing yard work and cleaning out his swimming pool, and covered quite an area while doing so. When he came into the house and while washing his hands he realized his wedding ring was missing. He told me he has worn his ring for the last 7 years and he was desperately wanting to find it!
When I arrived at his home I was met by Ken and his dear wife and their little son. He showed me around his back yard indicating where he had done certain jobs, like draining the large hose for his pool, picking up debris here and there and where he had worked on his pool filter system. I began by systematically working my way around the yard trying to thoroughly cover each area! Earlier Ken had indicated where he unrolled and rerolled a large flat hose and that grassy area was where Ken’s lost wedding ring was hiding! Ken and his wife were thrilled to have their token of love back on Ken’s finger where it belonged and I was privileged to be involved in that awesome reunion! Again I said a prayer to my heavenly Father for helping me find Ken’s lost wedding ring!
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Lydia was getting ready to return home to Virginia after visiting her grandmother Mary Jane and other family and friends in Avalon, NJ when she realized her engagement ring and wedding band weren’t on her finger. She was on the beach earlier in the day and forgot to put them back on before packing up. Mary Jane was referred to me by her friend Jen and called me shortly after they realized the rings were lost in the sand. I met them approximately 20 minutes later and started to search the area where they thought the rings might be. I had to expand the search out a little farther and found both a few minutes later! It was a emotional ending and great feeling to recover the sentimental rings.
Randy reached out to me for help to find his son, Alex’s, lost 18k white gold Cartier LOVE Ring.
The ring flew off Alex’s finger while he was throwing a football to a friend on the field at Valley Forge Military Academy in Wayne, PA. I met Alex at the field and started the search where he thought it may have landed. After looking for awhile, I expanded the search farther down the field. After another 30 minutes of gridding, the ring was found! CLICK HERE FOR MORE STORIES AND INFORMATION
Skyler lost his wedding band on the beach in Avalon, NJ. He put the ring in the mesh pocket of his beach chair, and it dropped into the sand when he pulled something else out it. Skyler, his wife and their friends made a good attempt to find it but didn’t have any success, so he gave me a call. I met everyone on the beach and the ring was found a few minutes later. The energy and excitement were palpable as the group celebrated the recovery!
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Mike gave me a call yesterday about his wife’s lost wedding band. The couple was on the beach in Avalon, NJ when Carly’s engagement ring and wedding band flew off her finger into the sand while applying sunscreen. They found the engagement ring but could not find the band. Mike called me and I met them shortly after to start the search. After a few swing of the metal detector, the ring was back on her finger.