lost ring in Florida Tag | The Ring Finders

Lost Diamond Ring in yard, Port Orange, Florida….Found!

  • from Sanford (Florida, United States)

Thousands of people across this great land drop things every day in their yards!   Some of those things are found and many are never recovered.  People often move to another house, sometimes across town and other times to another state.  And yet those lost items remain hidden in the ground waiting for someone else to find them.

Nancy had lost a very special ring in her front yard months earlier and now was in the process of moving out.  The very thought of never seeing her precious family heirloom again drove her to search for someone who could help her find this unique platinum and diamond ring that was handed down from her great grand mother.

As I listened to Nancy’s story I figured the ring should be fairly easy to find, so we set up a time to meet and do a thorough search.  Nancy showed me the area of the yard where the ring was lost and as soon as I started searching my detector began giving off all sorts of noise.  I tried two other search modes and still there was lots of static and interferrence of some kind.  I finally switched to the Prospecting mode and in 5 minutes I got a sweet low signal and there 3 inches under the grass was Nancy’s beautiful ring!

Do you know where you have lost something a long time ago or maybe even recently?   I am here to help!

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Lost Diamond Ring in Heathrow, Florida…..Found!!

  • from Sanford (Florida, United States)

While visiting some friends on the 4th of July 2013, Jim and Molly were enjoying a lively game of volleyball in the pool when Molly realized her diamond engagement ring was not on her finger.  For the next hour they searched frantically for the ring without success.  As the light faded into night so did their hopes of finding her precious ring.  That evening Jim was looking on his computer for information on finding lost rings and came across theringfinders web site.  The next day Jim called me and we set up a time to meet and do a thorough search of the pool and surrounding area.  I set up my Whites DFX metal detector and started searching the small grassy areas and around the many bushes and shrubs.   After an hour or so I was beginning to think that it possibly flew over the fence and landed in the neighbors yard.   I was finishing up along the wooden fence behind some rose bushes when I caught a glimpse of gold and sure enough there it was.  Peeking up through the leaves at the base of the fence–a good 30 feet from where Molly was in the pool–was her beautiful ring, just waiting to be found!  What a thrill and pleasure it was to serve you and help make your best 5th of July ever!!

Maybe you have lost something recently!  Give me a call!

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