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Wedding Ring Lost in Sand at Santa Monica Beach .. Found by RingFinder Member

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
Contact: 1-949-500-2136












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Sam called me after losing his ring in the sand at a Santa Monica Beach. His gold wedding ring came off his finger as he brushed sand off his pants. It disappeared into the sand instantly. He and members of his group spent sometime trying to find it by digging with their hands.

Sam realized that this was not working. He went to the internet finding TheRingFinders and my contact information.

When he called me, I told him we had a very good chance of finding his ring if they could say at the location. 

Sam was there on the beach when I arrived. The area was very small, probably less than 15 ft. square. A few quick swings with my metal detector, the right tool to find rings in the sand. We had Sam’s gold wedding ring in my sand scoop.

You could see the relieved look on Sam’s face as I handed him his ring. I wish all searches could be this easy.

The searches we do where the ring or other sentimental metallic item is not found can take hours with several attempts. The reality is that sometimes the lost item is not where it is thought to be lost. 

I often say it’s like winning the lottery. You can’t win if you don’t buy a ticket. 

Likewise, You can’t find the ring if you don’t search for it with the best equipment and a person that is experienced using those detectors,



Lost Diamond Tennis Bracelet .. Dana Point, CA. .. Found

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
Contact: 1-949-500-2136

The day after Mother’s Day I was at a local beach going some recreational metal detecting when I received a call from Teri. Her daughter told her that she had lost the wedding tennis bracelet yesterday while at the family Mother’s Day picnic at Dana Point, CA. Her daughter had not wanted to ruin her Mother’s Day so, after searching all night she called her mother, Teri.
Teri was able to check her car, then went to the park to search the grass. She called me after finding my contact information on line. We discussed how I could search the lawn area to eliminate the possibility of the bracelet being there. Timing is important as the lawn mower or a person may find it before they can.
I met Teri and began a grid search of the grass area which was approximately 100 x 100ft. I told her that if it didn’t show up they could concentrate searching the other places her daughter had been before noticing the bracelet was missing. Towards the end of my search I could see how nervous she was getting. Then I saw her walk off towards the car. Five minutes later, I heard her yelling, I found it. It was in her car that she had search more than three times. Fourth time is a charm. A very happy mother and daughter.
It was a beautiful piece of jewelry with a diamond on each link. It was a gift from Teri to her daughter on her wedding day. Finding sentimental items with a detector is nice, but giving people the confidence to keep looking is part of the process also. I’ve got many stories of people finding their jewelry in odd places after I eliminated the hiding places like sand, grass or water.imageimage