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Wedding Ring Recovered at Orange Beach

  • from Orange Beach (Alabama, United States)

Ian lost his ring while swimming at Orange Beach Alabama. His wife’s family is from Canada and were vacationing in Orange Beach and invited Ian and their Daughter to joint them. Ian is British and he and his wife live in England. He wasn’t exactly sure were in the water is was lost but had a general area. I started the search and Ian joined me and we talked as I was searching. He’s a very interesting guy, he lives along the southern coast of England and works as a Port Pilot! The lost ring was his original wedding ring and he really wanted it back because that he one his wife gave him when they made the promise. His father in law waited on the beach while we searched, I learned lots about piloting ships, very interesting! It took about an hour to find his ring. He was most grateful. Back on the beach he immediately called his wife that her gift to him was safe and sound back on his finger. Ian and his father in law were really nice folks, I’m happy I met them and could help.

Wedding Ring Recovered in East Pensacola Bay

  • from Orange Beach (Alabama, United States)

1 Macain and his extended family where celebrating his Grandmothers 80th birthday. While enjoying the water his wedding ring dropped off his finger. He, his wife and brothers searched as best they could with snorkel gear and feeling the sandy bottom with hands and feet with no success. They texted Pensacola Ring Finders facebook page and I responded back that I would be happy to help. When I arrived everyone was having a grand time, kids running around and family and friends enjoying Grandmother birthday. I got to meet Granny and wished her a wonderful birthday. She was in great health and I enjoyed our conversation. Macain’s ring was lost in shallow water between two docks and didn’t take long to find, about 45 minutes. Macain and his wife are newly weds so the recovery of the ring meant a bunch to them. When I found it I held it up in the air to show them, they immediately stood and rushed to the dock. The news of Macain’s found ring rapidly moved amount the family and friends. Very exciting! On my way to leave, the family Matriarch, Granny, came up and thanked me, that meant a lot to me.

Stone Harbor NJ Gold Ring Found by John Favano Ring Finders South Jersey

  • from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)

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Vito was vacationing in Stone Harbor, NJ when he lost a ring that is very sentimental to him. He was referred to my FaceBook page Ring Finders South Jersey by several people after he posted that it was lost. I talked to him about it, and he wasn’t sure if the ring was lost in the ocean or up in the dry sand. That night I searched the dry sand, but the gold ring wasn’t there. I went out at the next low tide and searched from waist-deep water to the shoreline. The search area was quite broad and I had to expand the grid area a few times. Finally, the metal detector gave me a nice deep signal. I dug into the sand and pulled up the ring! It was buried about 9 inches under the sand. I met up with Vito to return the ring and he was thrilled to have his grandfather’s ring back.
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Lost Gold Wedding Ring San Clemente Beach Recovered by Ringfinder

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)

















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.. Kyle’s wife, Calli called me for help to find a gold wedding band. Calli and her husband Kyle believed was lost in the dry sand at San Clemente Beach, CA. They could be at the location to meet me just before sunset. It’s a 24 mile drive on the freeway with very little traffic, so the drive was easy.

They were not sure when the ring came off Kyle’s finger. He only realized it was missing when they returned home. I grid searched a 40’ x’40’ area thoroughly and couldn’t find the ring. I could say I was sure there was no ring in the area I had searched. 

After asking a few more questions they told me that Kyle had been surfing that same day, but he was a beginner and had only been in waist deep water. I told them that if the ring was out there, the odds of finding the ring  were not in his favor. I came back the next morning at 6am low tide. After an hour and a half as I was running out of area to search, I got a perfect signal. A couple scoops later I had Kyle’s gold ring in my scoop. He had been walking back and forth in the wet sand hoping to see the ring visually.

I held up the ring and he ran over to verify it was his ring. He immediately called his wife using FaceTime showing her the ring and where we were at the low tide zone. I was careful not to give him false hope because we had to take a chance that this could be where the ring came off his finger. Usually rings lost surfing are lost too far out to be found at low tide. At least at most of our west coast beaches.  I only tried this search because Kyle’s wife convinced me he was a beginner surfer and he wasn’t out with the other surfers.

Rings Recovered by the Ring Finders in Seal Beach

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Ken and Angela were visiting Seal Beach from Carson City Nevada when her rings somehow fell out of a bag and into the sand. They found me on Yelp and I was able to meet them in about 20 minutes.

I was able to find both rings in one scoop after only a few minutes. They were very appreciative that there was a service like The Ring Finders.



Lost Gold Cross Avalon NJ Found by Ring Finders South Jersey

  • from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)

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Will called me to help find his gold cross that Chris lost in the sand while on the beach in Avalon, NJ. He and his friend, Chris, were on the beach when his gold chain was accidentally pulled from his neck. The gold cross went flying somewhere into the sand. Will and Chris met me at the site and gave me some more information. I turned on my metal detector and began the search. The cross was found toward the end of the grid line. Will was happy to get his cross back and get back to enjoying his time in Avalon, NJ.

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North Wildwood NJ Wedding Band Found by Ring Finders South Jersey John Favano

  • from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)




Kyle was tossing a football in the ocean when his wedding band got knocked off his finger. It flew in the water when the ball hit his hand. He and his family were on the beach in North Wildwood, NJ when Jackie called me with the details. I met up with them and searched the area, but the ring didn’t come up. The tide had gone out a bit since he lost it, so some beachgoers had moved closer to the water. The only spot left to check was an area where two people were sitting. They kindly moved their chairs and, lo and behold, the ring was buried in the sand below! It was an exciting end to the search in North Wildwood, NJ.

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Lost Claddagh Ring Found Avalon NJ by John Favano Ring Finders South Jersey

  • from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)

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Kaleigh realized she didn’t have her jewelry just as she was about to walk off the beach for the day. She spent the day with some friends relaxing on the beach in Avalon, NJ. Earlier, she put her jewelry in her chair but forgot they were in there before packing up her belongings. She immediately walked back to where she was sitting and saw the jewelry. It was all there except her Claddagh ring. The lost ring was sentimental because it was something she brought back from a trip to Ireland. We met up the next morning and had a general idea of the location. I started the search with the metal detector and the Claddagh ring was found! It was a great start to the day in Avalon, New Jersey!


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Lost Wedding Band Avalon NJ Found by John Favano Ring Finders South Jersey

  • from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)

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Boyd left the beach in Avalon, NJ, forgetting that he put his wedding band on the top of his backpack. He sent me an email asking for help locating the ring with my metal detector. We met up later that evening in Avalon and spoke about the area that it might be in. I started the search where he thought they were sat, but it wasn’t there. Boyd spoke to his wife and she thought they sat a little closer to the water.  I continued the search. After metal detecting area for about 25 minutes, the band was found!

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Ocean City NJ Lost Wedding Band Found By John Favano Ring Finders South Jersey

  • from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)

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Samar gave me a call about his lost wedding band in Ocean City, NJ. It went flying into the sand during a game of volleyball. I arrived at the beach and got some details on where he was playing. Shortly after searching, the ring was back on his finger and he was able to enjoy the rest of the day in Ocean City, NJ.
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