metal detecting Edmonton Alberta Tag | The Ring Finders

Lost Silver Ring While Brushing Snow Off Car, Allendale Neighborhood, Edmonton Alberta.

from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)
Contact: 1-780-497-2118

 

Received an e-mail from Montana this morning requesting my service to find her lost ring in the snow while she was clearing the snow off her car. The ring flew off her finger onto the boulevard somewhere and Montana could not find it.

The ring has a very emotional Value to her so it was imperative that the ring was found. I scheduled an appointment with her with in the hour, when I arrived there and after Montana showing me the location, I found the ring within two minute Montana was very grateful to have the ring back on her finger.

Thank you Montana for entrusting me to find and return your lost ring.

 

Lost Earring Queen Elizabeth Park Edmonton, Alberta (Found)

from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)
Contact: 1-780-497-2118

  

I received a call from Annette yesterday requesting my service to help her locate an earring that had been lost Wednesday in the park. We agreed to meet this morning.

When I met up with Annette  she said the earrings were very special to her as they were hand made in South Africa and had sentimental value to her.  Annette showed me the area where she had been walking , and that was now covered in fallen autumn leaves  just like her lost earring.

After about a 1  1/2hour search her earring was found and Annette was very happy to have her missing earring back in her possession.

Thank you Annette for entrusting me to help you find your lost earring.

 

Platinum Wedding Ring Lost Hawrelak Park, Edmonton Alberta

from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)
Contact: 1-780-497-2118

 

 

I received  a call from Nick this morning requesting my service to locate his wife’s ring which she lost the previous day while she was working at the Amphitheatre in Hawrelak park.  Knowing the area very well I knew this was going to be a challenge namely because this area is full of pull tabs from all the performances that are held there, I agreed to meet Nick and Shea at the park at 1:30 pm.

As expected my first solid ring tone was a pull tab and many more after that,  but about one and half hours of searching the hill I received a strong signal and a light tone in the background  and there was Shea’s ring just visible under the grass. I called them both over and asked them if this was their ring.

Shea told me that the ring was given to her by her grandmother as a wedding gift ten years ago and she was very grateful to have her ring back on her finger.

Thank you Nick and Shea for entrusting me to find your lost ring.

Another happy client.