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Lost ring found by Metal Detector at Cardiff beach CA

  • from Carlsbad (California, United States)





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I received a call from John Hughes a fellow member of Theringfinders asking if I could do a search for a lost Platinum ring in the surf. I was already scheduled to hunt at 3:00am for another lost ring close to this location so that was no problem.

Upon arriving to the scene of the first lost ring for the 3rd time it was evident that the beach has naturally pushed in sand burying it even deeper. I swung the whole area & did not dig 1 target. So on to the next Beach I went…

By 4:45 am during low tide I was at Cardiff beach swinging my Metal Detector in the location given by the owner of the ring via google maps.I had already been bit several times by mosquitoes in merely minutes and also to make this search seem inevitabley painful is that this Ring was lost 3 days prior in 5’-8’ surf! I guess you could say it’s a shot in the dark but after the 15th mosquito bite I heard a signal that made my ears ring..I took 1 scoop in the wet sand while begging the sea gods & king neptune for this to be Johns platinum ring…((Boom)) good Karma had prevailed!

Me,John Hughes and his daughter met the owner of this special ring also named John,later in the day.He was so relieved and very greatful to have this sentimental item back on his finger where it had been for over 20 years of marriage! Irreplaceable a ring can be.

This search did require luck,Knowledge,Good Karma but I must thank the Gods of the sea for their help in this recovery.

Diamond Rings Lost and Found Cardiff Beach

  • from Carlsbad (California, United States)


















TheRingfinders Metal Detectors has helped reunite a wedding ring set with their owners. What a miracle behind the story for this search  recoverying such precious stones that contains a Large sentimental piece of monetarily valued metals and gemstones.


July 17th I noticed an add online in the San Diego Lost and found while googling. A lady who lost her wedding ring on or near Cardiff beach had needed some dire help.I emailed her to see if there was a chance myself Curtis Cox/a Member of TheRingFinders could help find this with a Metal detector and if it could be simply buried in the sand at one of many places the rings could of been lost during that particular day. She emailed me back right away and asked me what I charge and some details of when/where the rings could of disappeared. I replied to her  with the honesty of what I do and The link to Theringfinders sight where I have many story’s of successful recovery’s to read.

I have rescued many Rings for Free especially for The military and ALL service members who protect and serve our Great Country.  I do not have a charge to help, Sometimes I am offered a reward,Tip,Present or any Gratuity they can afford but No matter the Cost,I Volunteer my time regardless of the dollar figure,Item lost. I am blessed with very good Karma in addition to the Piece of mind that comes with in these hunts.

Later that day Brenda and I had chose a good time to meet that afternoon plus to rule out if these rings may of still been naturally buried in the wet/dry sand or lost along the roadway in the city where they had walked.

After going over fine details of where,when and how it was lost I prepared to get my feet wet and started in the most pro dominant area where it may have fell first,The waters edge where they moved a wagon and belonging’s after the High tide was moving in.

Roughly 20min after brenda headed home with her newborn in the hot sun I had dug up an obvious pennie sound,Then after a similar but distinctive tone 6-8″ deep in wet sand just  happened to be a tiny 14k band loaded with diamonds.I emediatly sent her a picture asking if she had lost 1 or 2 rings?? I did not know she had lost 2 rings until Brenda responded via text there was Two..and I had just found the band…Oh wow. Extatic we both may of been so I geared up my equipment again and scanned 3′ from the first ring and heard a crystal clear familiar sound then dug up the Main Motherload diamond ring!

I contacted Brenda with the good news & she drove back down there with a big Smile.😀.

I hope one day the world will know there are Metal detecting guys From Theringfinders all over the globe out there with a generously big heart and the skills needed to help locate and return your lost Precious Ring.