lost ring Tag | The Ring Finders

Heirloom Sentimental Rings Lost In Hampsted Found by Crystal Coast Ring Finders

  • from Emerald Isle (North Carolina, United States)

June was spending time in her son & daughter-in-law’s backyard.  They were just checking out the variety of plants around the trees towards the back of the property.  June was pulling a few weeds and vines in the process.  Shortly afterwards, she noticed 3 rings were missing.  These rings were all over 100 years old and belonged to her and her late husband’s parents.  These rings held so much meaning for June.

I was expecting a backyard with more grass than landscaping & trees.  I first brought my Equinox 800 with the 15″ coil.  This proved to be too sensitive to the items under the pine straw and the metal fence surrounding the backyard.  I switched over to my CTX-3030 and 11″ coil.  It also gave me some problems but was easier to maneuver through the items growing in the pine straw.  As I searched the first bush June said she pulled weeds, I ran into interference with the fence being so close to the bush but also noticed a solid tone just a bit away from the fence.  It was then I decided to search this bush for anything around or inside it’s branches.  My Garrett pinpointer sounded off about 10″ above the ground in the middle of the bush and you can guess the rest as I removed the pine straw and leaves from the bush, all 3 of Junes rings were also found.  I take pride in exploring all options when hunting for lost items and this was a first for me to find lost rings above the ground.

June was very emotionally moved when the news of her rings being located.  It was a very moving moment.  It was very nice to talk to June and her family during my brief visit.





Lost and Found Ring in dry sand in Miami Beach

  • from Miami (Florida, United States)

Metal Detecting Service – Louis – 305-608-1870

Josu and his wife were on Vacation this Memorial Day Weekend when she decided to take off her rings to change their baby’s diaper.  Forgetting that she placed them on the changing pad, she packed up her stuff and left.  Once they were back at their hotel they realized they lost their rings back at the beach.  By that time it was night time and would be impossible to find them.  Luckily he found me on TheRingFinders and I was able to meet him there and find both of them within a few minutes.  If you have lost some jewelry and need me to come out and find them, at the beach, in the water, or backyard, give me a call, Louis, 305-608-1870.

Ring lost at Mission Beach found

  • from La Jolla (California, United States)

Uriel was playing in an impromptu volleyball game when his ring flew off while hitting the ball. He thought it landed somewhere close by, but, after looking and searching, it didn’t show up. An online search brought Uriel and his friend to TheRingFinders.com site. His friend called me, and Uriel called Curtis Cox further north. Since I was a lot closer, I got the nod. As usual, the traffic on a Memorial weekend Saturday was a nightmare. I’m glad my wife came with me to circle around with the car as I went out to meet Uriel and search for his ring. I searched the inside boundaries of the court with only one target……a full Busch beer can! They can celebrate with that later! With nothing else in the small court, I started just outside of it. Got a nice hit on the first pass, and it was his ring. Total search time was only a few minutes. Drive time to the beach and back home was over 2 hours for just a 26 mile round trip! A pleasure to meet you Uriel, and thank you for the reward.


  • from Raleigh (North Carolina, United States)
I received a text from a gentleman over in Durham, NC about his wedding ring being lost in the backyard.
The story goes, his 3 yr old daughter picked it up off a table and made a beeline to the backyard to give it to her mom. Only she didn’t make it before she dropped it in the grass.
After getting there and getting the story, it took me about 5 mins to locate and get it back to him! The 3 girls were watching and telling me where baby sister was when she lost the ring. Crazy enough the 3 yr old was pretty close to where she lost it!!
TIKTOK VIDEO: Captures her saying “HE DID IT”
2023 ring count: 47 FTY
8 – Total recoveries FTY
1 – gold & silver ring (1 recovery)
1 – platinum (1 recovery)
11 – gold rings FTY (4 recovery)
1 – tantalum (1 recovery)
1 – titanium (1 recovery)
14 – silver rings FTY (1 coin silver)
18 – mixed – copper – tungsten – steel – aluminum – junk rings
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Lost White Gold Diamond Engagement Band in Columbus, OH. “FOUND”

  • from Newark (Ohio, United States)

I received a call about a lost Women’s Gold Diamond Engagement Band in their back yard. We setup a good day and time to complete a search.

The ring was lost as she was shaking her hand and then flew off somewhere in the grass. I started my search through the grass then had a hit. As I pulled the grass back then was the ring laying at the bottom of the grass.

He was very Happy to have the ring return to them.

Lost White Gold Diamond Woman’s Ring in Columbus, OH. “FOUND”

Lost White Gold Diamond Woman’s Ring in Columbus, OH. “FOUND”

Lost White Gold Diamond Woman’s Ring in Columbus, OH. “FOUND”

Found a Lost Ring in Iowa City, Iowa


I found a lost ring today for Mike. He lost his ring a few days ago while doing some yard work in his backyard. It took about an hour to find it. He was very happy to get it back. He said he had the ring since the 1970’s.

Persistence is Key

  • from Gatineau (Quebec, Canada)

On May 21st, 2023, I, Willy from The Digging Dudes received a ring finders call at 7pm from Maddie. Maddie and her husband had been playing volley ball at an Air BnB in Lac St.Marie when they lost his platinum wedding band.  They had been searching all day and even went to Canadian Tire and bought a detector to look for themselves with no luck. They were leaving tomorrow morning so they needed help now. I could tell her in her voice that she had given up, and although there was only 90 minutes of sunlight left, and it was a 70 minute drive away, I knew this would be a fantastic save if we could find it. So I asked my daughter Willa, if she wanted to join me, she said yes, and off we went.

When we arrived, we knew we had to work fast to save daylight. Almost immediately upon arrival, Maddie mentioned having lost all hope already. You could tell they were both exhausted from looking and had almost given up. I kept telling her that if it was lost here,  we would find it. Maddie and Ali quickly showed where he had been playing volley ball when it was lost. Ali showed us where he thought he felt it slip off his finger and right away i started a grid pattern to cover the area.   I increased my recovery speed, lowered my sensitivity and left the shovels in the car knowing it would be on the surface. Willa followed me around with the pin pointer and checked any signal we found that was on surface or an inch down (in case they stepped on it).  After 45 minutes, we lost the sunlight. Out came the flashlight. Another hour or so gridding the same area we hit a solid signal on the Legend and it was a ring. NOT theirs. I could see the excitement for a split second and then despair. I felt even more determined to find it now.  I decided to expand the search just a bit further left of where they thought it would be. I told them I was on a mission and wasn’t given up. I really really wanted to find this for them. I am SO happy we were persistent. After about 15 more minutes, I hit a solid 43 signal on the surface. Willa was already there with the pin-pointer and she yells RING! Sure enough, a beautiful platinum wedding band popped out of the grass and the 2 biggest smiles painted the happy couple’s faces. They were in shock we found it and yet SO happy and extremely grateful. Willa and I were so happy just to have been able to help and it was a great bonding experience for the both of us. Another fantastic save for The Digging Dudes!

Lost ring in car in Orlando, Florida….Found and returned to happy owner!

  • from Sanford (Florida, United States)

Got a call from Christine who asked if I could possible help her find her diamond engagement ring which fell in her car by the drivers seat and somehow just disappeared! Her husband tried looking for it with a flashlight and literally bruised and scraped up both hands while sticking his fingers into the small cracks and crevices trying his best to locate his dear wife’s lost ring. They even took it to the Mazda dealer and they removed the seat and searched for the ring as well but were unable to find her lost engagement ring. Christine was very distraught over the whole ordeal and went online to look for some help and stumbled onto theringfinders.com. She was fascinated that there actually existed a unique service of ring finding specialists who recover lost ring on land, in the water, in cars and most anyplace imaginable. She called me and I came the next day with my equipment and began my search. My main tool of choice for these types of searches is an endoscope that is ideal for looking in tiny, restricted areas. Under Christine’s car seat there was only one slit in the carpet where electrical wires go to control the seat adjustments. It took about 20 minutes and at one point I saw a penny that was in a small grooved area and further back behind the penny I saw a sparkling reflection that could only be Christine’s diamond ring. I then rigged up a thin cooper wire with a small hook on the end and carefully worked it along the cable of my endoscope and gently and very slowly pulled her ring out to where I could grab it with my fingers. I handed the ring to Christine’s husband and said, “How should we surprise Christine?”. Just then Christine came out of the house and asked how it was going. So I casually said, “Well I did find a penny…..and then I found this hiding behind the penny!”. Christine could not hold back the tears…only these were tears of JOY!!

Thanks Christine for calling me and allowing me to help you find your precious engagement ring!

Lost something recently? Call or text me ASAP! 321-363-6029

Mike McInroe….humbly at your service and thankful to be a member of theringfinders.com

Metal Detecting Service -Lost Gold Wedding Band – Found in South Fayette Area near Pittsburgh!

  • from Indiana (Pennsylvania, United States)


Lost your ring, other valuable jewelry, cellphone, keys, or other metal object…call or text Brian Carpenter at (814)244-2300 as soon as possible. I am a ring recovery specialist serving Pittsburgh, Indiana (PA), and most of Western PA. Why rent a metal detector when you can get a trained operator with top of the line equipment at the same time…

I received a phone call that Bill had lost his wedding ring while working in his backyard. I could not go out immediately but made arrangements to go and search for the ring. Upon my arrival Bill explained that he lost his ring while doing yard work and was cleaning grass out from the deck of the lawn mower when his ring flew off. The search area was pretty standard, rear portion of the yard bordering some high grass and weeds. I got started and on my third pass in the search area I struck gold! Bill was working on his back porch when I shouted for him to come down. Bill was very excited and happy to have his ring back. I was glad to be able to help and as always it was great to meet another kind and generous person and return his lost ring.

Lost diamond ring in yard, Ocoee, Florida….amazingly found by owner!

  • from Sanford (Florida, United States)

Lost your ring, or other valuable jewelry, cell phone, keys or other metal object…call or text Mike McInroe at 321-363-6029 ASAP! I am a ring recovery specialist serving all of central Florida and beyond!

I was called to help Will and Rachel look for their lost diamond engagement ring and they described to me that it went flying across the yard and was nowhere to be found! (Every search for rings is completely different and this one was no exception!). Will told me that he had even bought himself a cheap metal detector and spent a few frustrating hours trying to figure out how to operate the machine. Later that evening they decided to go online and search for someone to help them and they discovered theringfinders.com website. He read some of my stories and decided to give me a call and that led to meeting up the next day at their home. On this occasion I decided to invite my dear wife, of 42 years, to go along and she agreed to accompany me! Will and Rachel were very pleasant, friendly and super thankful to have more help in their desperate search and after a few minutes I began my systematic grid search of the front yard. I spent over an hour covering the whole front lawn, the flower beds, the neighbors yard and even out into the street….and no ring! It was there somewhere but I just could not seem to find it. I mentioned to my dear wife to take Rachel and look over the street really good and then to check the other side of the road as well. A few minutes later we heard Rachel let out a scream, “I found It!”! And sure enough there it was on the edge of the street laying plainly in the open so anyone could see it…waiting for Rachel to come along and pick it up! How I thank God for allowing us to be a help and encouragement to Will and Rachel and to see them smiling and happy once again!

Call or text me ASAP and lets talk about how I can help you!

Mike McInroe….thankful to be a member of theringfinders.com