Lost ring in grass Tag | The Ring Finders

Metal detecting service finds lost ring in Miami.

  • from Miami (Florida, United States)

I received another frantic call about a lost ring in the yard.  They had tried everything, even buying their own metal detector.  Quickly after realizing their inexpensive metal detector wasn’t gonna cut it, they called me.  I was able to head right over and after a good while searching (in an area they didn’t not thing the ring was in) was able to find it.  She and her husband were ecstatic.  This was a beautiful heirloom.  If you’ve lost something, don’t waste more time, CALL ME, Louis 305-608-1870 and I’ll come out and help you find it.

I Lost My Class Ring

  • from Washington (District of Columbia, United States)

Bill’s handsome 10 karat gold 1985 University of Maryland class ring that metal detectorist Brian Rudolph recovered in mess than 20 minutes!

Bill proudly holds his university “trophy” after member of THE RING FINDERS Brian Rudolph successfully recovered his treasured keepsake.

“I lost my class ring”. How many times have you heard that line? All of the time! So many class rings are lost or stolen during the years of one possessing these special mementos. So much so that some decide to decline the idea of purchasing a high school or college class ring.

Brian Rudolph, Lost Item Recovery Specialist (Land, Water, Sand, Snow, Leaves, Cliffs, Houses & Vehicles) Will Find Your Lost Keepsake! Call ASAP (301) 466-8644!

If you have lost a class ring, there is still a chance that an expert metal detectorist and or item recovery specialist can help find it for you. Contact TheRingFinders.com to find someone that can help you in your area.

Here is a story below that clearly illustrates the power of THE RING FINDERS website and how yet another person was able to be reunited with his college class ring because of professionals listed on the elite international directory of metal detectorists!

Bill of Forest Hill, Maryland was not unfamiliar with losing rings. He lost his wedding band 2 to 3 years earlier and his 1985 University of Maryland class ring had been previously lost 1 to 2 years before losing it yet again more recently.

On one particular day, the civil engineering graduate from the University of Maryland walked his 5 month old chocolate Labrador retriever from the garage over to the front walkway of his home. As Scout the puppy grabbed a stick that was offered to her mouth by its master, Bill eventually let go of the piece of tree limb and immediately he felt his class ring slide off of his finger and jettison towards the front yard.

Bill looked everywhere for his special class ring of 36 years but he could not find it anywhere on his front lawn. Since he had experience losing the same ring in the past along with his wedding band, the gentleman went to the local equipment rental center and rented a metal detector to search for the missing 10 karat yellow gold keepsake. The machine that he used was a Garrett Ace 250. There were lots of beeps and bleeps that he kept hearing from the detector and when all of his efforts failed to recover the jewel, he eventually returned the rental back to the store.

This civil engineer was not about to give up that quickly. The extremely brilliant and determined man designed a special grid out on his lawn in order to help him hunt down the class ring. He bought stakes, string and tape from the hardware store and made perfect intersecting right angles and square quadrants in order to account for every square inch of lawn that he would be detecting once again. Bill returned to the rental center one more time and rented an old Garrett Crossfire 2 to assist him on his next search attempt. Sadly, all of Bill’s efforts led to no avail. It was as if the class ring had disappeared into thin air!

When the frustrated man completed his 4th hour of searching for the ring with nothing to show for all of his efforts and time invested into the project, Bill got onto the internet and searched for another solution. That’s when he found THE RING FINDERS and that’s also when I am introduced into the story.

I really enjoyed talking with my potential client on the phone one particular night. He went through all of the details with me and I was more than happy to assist in helping to solve this mystery of the disappearance of Bill’s gold sentimental keepsake. We agreed to meet the following day.

When I arrived at my client’s lovely Forest Hill, Maryland property, Bill came over to greet me and he immediately showed off his amazing grid pattern that he designed on the front lawn. I told him that I was extremely impressed with his work. What else would you expect from a civil engineer who worked for NASA and some other very reputable companies over the years?!

Once I got completely oriented with everything, I returned back to my vehicle and got out all of the necessary gear needed to begin metal detecting. When I confirmed that the ring was definitely not inside the parameter of Bill’s search grid by scanning my machine over every grid quadrant, I then laid down my own grid lines which stretched not only wider from west to east, but also farther north to south. Experienced metal detectorists and item recovery specialists like myself will look “outside the box” just in case the ring flew farther than anticipated.

After I finished swinging my coil over the first three grid lanes that I had laid down on the lawn (approximately 20 minutes of detecting), I got a very good target signal registering on my machine. Immediately, I knelt down to investigate what the object might be. I was pretty sure it was exactly what I was looking for. Moments later, I was able to positively identify the target as being Bill’s lost yellow gold university ring!

It turned out that Bill just didn’t look far enough passed his search structure and his well-constructed grid pattern was way too short in distance and in width. I was able to recover the ring approximately 20 feet farther than where Bill had stopped searching. In total, the ring traveled over 35 feet! Like I shared earlier, metal detectorist specialists like myself have to constantly look “outside the box” and I’m sure glad that I did so for my client’s sake!

When I surprised my client with the ring, he appeared to be in complete shock! Bill was beyond thrilled that he was able to get back his very special keepsake! Even more so, he was very intrigued at how far his ring traveled from its initial take off location. He said he would have never thought to look farther as he would not have believed that the ring could have ended up so many feet away!

It just goes to show that everybody has their specific expertise. Bill was an engineer for NASA and yet he was even stumped with finding this lost piece of jewelry! He told me that he was extremely happy that he contacted my services rather than give up and spend years ahead wondering where his special graduation trophy had ended up out there somewhere on his front lawn!

In conclusion, if you want to find your long lost class ring, there is still hope. Yes, hope can be found by calling a ring finder on THE RING FINDERS website to locate a metal detectorist nearest to you!

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Vintage Family Ring Found!

  • from Ambler (Pennsylvania, United States)

I lost a vintage family ring while mowing the lawn. I contacted Rick after finding his info on The Ringfinders website. Rick responded quickly and was over the very next morning at 8:00 am with his buddy John. My ring and I were reunited in short order and I couldn’t be more grateful.

I would recommend both the Ringfinders service, and Rick and John to anyone around the Delaware Valley who may have lost a valuable. Thank you Rick and John!

Tore

Women’s Lost Gold Ring…FOUND by Ring Finder in Muscle Shoals, Alabama!

  • from Huntsville (Alabama, United States)

Christina McCree – Ring Finder for northern Alabama and southern/middle Tennessee…call or text ASAP, anytime 24/7…610-504-6135

On Tuesday (February, 22nd, 2022), I received a text message from Amy stating that she had lost a very important family ring on her farm in Muscle Shoals, AL.  Amy had been filling a tractor with diesel fuel.  She got some of the fuel on her hand and it caused her ring to slide around.  She took her ring off and put it in her pocket.  Amy then used the tractor to move some dirt and debris around from point A to point B and C.  After she finished the yard work, her ring was no longer in her pocket.

Amy mentioned that she had actually lost her ring around the beginning of December.  She thoroughly searched the area she was working and even bought a metal detector, but was unable to find her ring.  After a couple of months had passed, Amy thought that she might never see her ring again, but she then she came across The Ring Finders Metal Detecting Service!  Amy was reading a book that told a story of how a ring was lost during a wedding ceremony.  Someone mentioned that they should call a “Ring Finder”.  This prompted Amy to go on Google and was soon led to The Ring Finders website and discovered that I was listed nearby.  We scheduled a search for Sunday, February 27th, when we were both off from our regular day jobs.

I met Amy at her farm in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, early on Sunday morning.  Amy proceeded to show me where she was working and exactly what she was doing at each location.  I told Amy that she could go inside and warm up while I conducted my grid search of the area.  It had been raining almost nonstop for the past week.  Thankfully, the rain held up long enough for me to conduct a search.

I started my grid search with my Minelab Equinox 800 in front of the shed where Amy had been refueling her tractor.  Just a few minutes in and I received a solid tone in the women’s gold range.  As I moved my coil to the side, my eyes locked onto the gleam of a ring just barely sticking out from the grass.  What a beautiful sight!  I didn’t move the ring, because I wanted to show Amy just how easily rings hide.  Our eyes play tricks on us and it’s almost impossible to find a ring with just eyesight alone.  I snapped a few pictures and went to knock on the door and tell Amy the good news.

Amy couldn’t believe how fast I found the ring!  I took her to the spot and gave her the honor of picking up her gorgeous 10k gold ring from where it’s been hiding these past few months.  Amy was so happy and thankful that she had her ring back!  She gave me a big hug and I could feel the stress melt away.  These returns are really one of the best feelings in the world and one of the most rewarding things I’ve ever done!  I thank God for another successful ring recovery!

After the search, Amy and I were chatting for a while.  She told me that she enjoyed reading my blog posts about my prior recoveries.  Amy then said that she really hoped that her story would turn out the same way…a happy ending.  Well, it sure did!

If you or someone you know has lost a ring, jewelry, or other metal item, please contact a member of The Ring Finders.

Lost ring Warwick NY… Found

  • from Millburn (New Jersey, United States)

I received a call from a very upset woman who had lost her wedding ring in the parking lot of the Ford dealership in Warwick, NY.  She said that it was in a grassy area not too close to the cars, so I hoped that on arrival I would be able to detect the area.  When I arrived, I was happy to see that there were no cars in the area where the ring was lost, and I was able to search the area with no problems!  After a quick 5 minute search, I got lucky and found the ring.  It really helped that the woman had an excellent idea of where the ring had been lost which really narrowed down the search area!  It’s always an amazing feeling to return a ring to the owner!  So happy I could help out!

Lost & Found Rings Vancouver, BC.

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

Lost your ring? Call Chris Turner metal detecting specialist in Vancouver and the Lower Mainland. 778-838-3463  I’ll find what you thought was lost forever. Call ASAP! A trusted service since 1995.

I woke up to an email today from a young lady who said she lost her grandmother’s ring that was gifted to her from her mother. I saw the email came in around 11:30 PM last night, I emailed her back at 6 AM asking if she could call me as soon as she got up. I know it’s very important to act quickly due to the fact it was lost as a local park.

I received a call from the young lady at 8:07 AM and we arrange to meet at the park after she did a search herself for the ring. Twenty minutes later she phoned me back to ask for my help, Beverley and I loaded the car with our detectors and headed out to the park in Vancouver about 40 minutes away. When we got there we met Chloe and she showed us the areas she believe the ring may have come off her finger, even though she found it to be quite odd as the ring fit tightly. We asked Chloe to take the cones and put out a grid for us to search in.

Beverley and I started at the far end of our grid and work towards each other, within a couple of minutes I got a nice loud signal so I bent down with my pin pointer and saw her gorgeous ring. Because of the coronavirus I have to figure out a way to surprise people on my video now because we are not allowed to get close to someone, it’s hard to get the true reactions of the find. I will work on this and make it better as time goes on, so thanks for your patience.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chloe Beverley and myself were very happy to see the ring back where it belongs, her grandmother doesn’t even have to know that her granddaughter lost it. The best part of what we do is seeing the smiles it doesn’t matter if you’re young or old everyone’s ring has a beautiful story attached to it and we are so happy to be able to continue that story for Chloe.

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Lost Gold Ring Found Wilmington DE John Favano

  • from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)

The ring means a lot to Victor it was given to him by his grandmother.  It was lost after dark last night while he was walking his dog. The ring slipped off  his finger when the leash got caught around it.  With a quick search the ring was found in the grass. Thank you to fellow ring finder Rich Hageney for the referral.

Leesburg VA. Lost / Found Gold Ring

  • from Leesburg (Virginia, United States)

Loudoun County Virginia; Leesburg, Ashburn, Sterling and most of Maryland, Northern Virginia, West Virginia areas. If your need is great I will travel further out and we can discuss travel expenses on the phone.

All types; Land, Water, Beaches, Parks, Yards, in snow and rain. I also have an underwater metal detector which I can use to wade into about 5-7 feet. In the case of private property we’ll need to ensure you have permission which allows us onto the property to conduct metal detecting.

Lost engagement ring, Port Orange, Fl…..Found!

  • from Sanford (Florida, United States)
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Jennifer was enjoying a cool afternoon walk along her favorite grassy back road and thinking about how loose her engagement ring felt on her finger. As she walked along she was thinking, I wonder if my ring would come off if I shook my hand a bit and sure enough, the motion was enough to send her ring off into the thick grass! Shocked at what just happened, she immediately stopped and tried searching through the grass, desperate to recovery her now, lost ring! After searching for several hours she realized she needed to at least mark the spot and by using her foot she scuffed a bare spot on the grassy road and then went to her truck to find something to better mark the area. All she could find was a machete and some red surveyors tape, so she returned to the mark and stuck the machete into the ground along side of the road directly across from the bare spot. She then called her fiancee and together they talked about renting or buying a cheap metal detector. Later they went on Google and typed in “Metal Detection Professionals” and up came theringfinders.com. Jennifer gave me a call and we met later on that afternoon and drove out to the unique machete marker along side of the road. I set out four flags and began my grid search and did not walk more than 5 steps before I got a really nice signal on my Whites DFX metal detector. Because the grass was so thick I decided to use my Garrett Pro Pointer and there was Jennifer’s lost engagement ring! I motioned for Jennifer to come pick up what I had located and you talk about one happy young lady! Here’s what Jennifer wrote two days later. “While out walking,my favorite ring fell off my finger and even though I knew the location where it fell off, I was unable to find the ring after several hours of looking through the tall grass. I contacted Mike after finding his information on the internet and he responded as soon as he was able. Mike asked a few questions, set up a boundary and started looking. And within minutes of him arriving at the site, my ring was found!! I am so grateful to Mike for his help and my fiancee and I would like to give him a big thanks! Again thanks so much!”
Lost your ring? Call ASAP! Mike McInroe…proud to be a member of theringfinders.com

Lost ring at High School, Altamonte Springs, Fl……Found!

  • from Sanford (Florida, United States)
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Christopher called and asked if I could help him find a very special ring that was lost at his high school football field. He explained in detail that a friend had asked him to hold this ring (a wide black tungsten carbide ring with the “Lord’s Prayer” written in very small print, around the outside of the ring) and not to loose it as it was a gift given as a promise ring from the friend’s parents. While Christopher was holding the ring, another friend asked to look at the ring and check it out. At first Christopher hesitated but finally gave in and let the boy look at the ring. Later Christopher asked for the ring back and it was thrown to him from a distance, instead of simply having it handed to him. As he went to catch the ring it glanced off of his hand and went rolling across the track and into a grassy area under a chain link fence. Christopher desperately tried to find the ring but as the class ended he had to go. Later he came back and looked some more and that led him to the internet. He found my number on theringfinders.com website and told me what happened.
I attained the proper permission and met Christopher later that afternoon on the football field. He showed me where he was standing and approximately where the ring went rolling. I tried using my metal detector along the fence but the wire caused allot of interference, so I opted to use my Garrett AT Pro pointer. On hands and knees I made my way along the bottom of the fence and sure enough, 10 minutes into the search I got a good signal and as I parted the grass, there was Christopher’s friends ring!
Lost a ring? Call ASAP!
Mike McInroe…proud member of theringfinders.com