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Metal Detecting a Lost Gold Wedding Band in Silver Spring…Found by Detectorist Brian Rudolph

  • from Washington (District of Columbia, United States)

Atur’s very handsome 18 karat yellow gold wedding band which detectorist Brian Rudolph recovered in a community park in Silver Spring, Maryland.

Anjali was so happy that the 18 karat yellow gold ring that she picked out and put on her husband’s finger so many years earlier was now back in their possession once again!

Brian Rudolph, Lost Item Recovery Specialist (Land, Water, Sand, Snow, Leaves, Cliffs, Houses & Vehicles) Will Find Your Lost Keepsake! Call ASAP (301) 466-8644!

Atur was playing with his little girl over by the park near his house. As he threw a ball up into the air for his daughter to catch, he felt his 18 karat yellow gold wedding ring slip off of his finger.

Atur began to search for his ring that he confidently knew that it must have landed nearby to him. A few minutes of looking turned out to be endless hours and then even days of searching for the lost ring. The gentleman even tried using a metal detector to find his beloved keepsake, but even utilizing that tool led to no available.

At some point, after Atur and his wife Anjali exhausted all efforts to find the irreplaceable piece of jewelry at the park, they went online and found THE RING FINDERS, a website that consists of a directory of metal detectorists that specialize in recovering lost rings and other items.

After I received the call from the couple, we worked out a time for me to come out and search for the ring. The biggest concern that everyone had was whether or not someone had already “eyeballed” the piece of gold (since the wood chip covered tot lot and concrete sidewalk had surrounded the grass and trees where Atur threw the ball).

When I arrived at the search site, Anjali took me on a tour to show me exactly where her husband stood when he lost his ring. Then, I immediately returned to my car where I retrieved all of the necessary metal detecting equipment and began the search thereafter.

At first, I metal detected the grass without using my grid lines. I had plenty of signals, but I detected no gold ring. I hoped that I had not missed any real estate and when I did not find the piece of jewelry that I was looking for. So, I pulled out my grid lines and began detecting all over again. I was hoping that I had just missed the ring before and that it was still somewhere on the grass.

I’m excited to share that while swinging the machine over the third grid lane, I got a promising signal and I immediately checked it out. The tone was a bit choppy and the numbers on my detector seemed slightly irregular but I wasn’t going to take a chance on missing the prized possession belonging to my clients.

As it turned out, I in fact found the lost ring that had gone missing for many days and was presumably lost forever! It had flown approximately 40 feet behind Atur towards the left side of the grassy park lawn!

I can’t describe how excited the couple was when I surprised each of them individually! They really couldn’t believe that the wedding band was actually found! They were so grateful that my skills and my faith in the Lord for helping me recover such possessions for such people as Atur and Anjali was even possible. They also were indebted to Chris Turner of THE RING FINDERS who started such a directory over 15 years ago to help people just like them recover what most likely would have been lost forever!

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Gold Diamond Wedding Band Lost on Couple’s Anniversary at Private School…Found by Ring Finder in Silver Spring, Maryland

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Victoria’s lovely 14 karat rose gold and half infinity style diamond wedding band that member of THE RING FINDERS, Brian Rudolph, successfully recovered for the Silver Spring residents.

Victoria, Tyler and all of their children celebrate the return of one of the most priceless possessions that the family has ever owned. Thanks to ring finder Brian Rudolph, the disappointing anniversary on Friday turned into much Thanksgiving by Monday evening!

Brian Rudolph, Lost Item Recovery Specialist (Land, Water, Sand, Snow, Leaves, Cliffs, Houses & Vehicles) Will Find Your Lost Keepsake! Call ASAP (301) 466-8644!

Victoria and Tyler were hanging on their anniversary out by their children’s private school soccer field while watching one of their daughters play sports amongst the other children. Because it was such a special day for the couple, the two of them took pictures with their phones during the time that they were at the school grounds.

At some point, Victoria realized that she no longer had her beloved 14 karat rose gold and half infinity style diamond wedding band on her finger. The couple searched desperately all around the grassy field where Victoria played with her family, as well as looked all over the wood chip covered tot lot area. Sadly, the ring was nowhere to be found. It was extremely depressing for both Victoria and Tyler knowing that it was their special anniversary celebration day.

In addition to the family searching for the sentimental keepsake, there were about 20 or 30 children and adults looking all over the private school grounds with the hope that the very special piece of jewelry would show up. Even a metal detectorist who lived in the area, came out to see if he could find Victoria’s wedding band. Though he was not able to find the ring, he remembered referring another couple to me when they lost their ring and the fellow highly recommended my ring finding services.

After talking with Victoria regarding the loss of her irreplaceable rose gold and diamond wedding band, we set up a time for me to come out and meet up with Tyler so you could show me all of the places where Victoria had moved about behind the school four days earlier.

I am so excited to share that after 5 minutes of searching for the lost ring, I successfully recovered the special keepsake over by the soccer field. Well I did my metal detecting, about fifteen little private school kids watched as I conducted the search. I could not have been more happy for Victoria and Tyler after finding the ring buried below the grass! There were other places that I could have searched, but I chose that particular spot after Tyler told me that Victoria had laid her son down into the grass over by that particular place. I was correct in suspecting that the ring could have slipped off of Victoria’s finger at that moment in time!

It brought me such joy to transport the wedding band over to the couple’s house later that evening! They could not have been more grateful and more celebratory over the return of something that could not have possibly been replaced with another ring! The entire family joined me in giving thanks to the Lord for answering our prayer that Tyler and I lifted up to God just before I started the search! I’m so grateful to my Creator for giving me the ability to help such special people like Victoria and Tyler!

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Herndon, Virginia School Girl Loses Expensive Diamond Earring…Found by Earring Finder

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Aadya’s special white gold 1 carat diamond stud earring that professional metal detectorist Brian Rudolph recovered in Herndon, Virginia backyard.

Aadya lighting up the night with her infectious smile after earring hero Brian Rudolph successfully recovers the teenager’s lost diamond earring!

Brian Rudolph, Lost Item Recovery Specialist (Land, Water, Sand, Snow, Leaves, Cliffs, Houses & Vehicles) Will Find Your Lost Keepsake! Call ASAP (301) 466-8644!

A young teenager named Aadya was gifted a pair of expensive diamond earrings. She wore them to school quite often. On one particular day, the young lady started playing with the earrings during school (like she always did before), but this time she took the backing off and never put it back on the post while the piece of jewelry rested in her ear. Later that night, after she visited the neighbors across the street, Aadya felt her ear and realized that the earring was gone! She and her parents were devastated. Everyone searched on the back lawn but no one could find the beautiful one carat (in total) diamond stud earring.

Sometime the next day, the distraught teenager’s mother, Divya, found me online because she was thinking of renting a metal detector from my company called METAL DETECTING ADVENTURES INC. I explained to the woman that there was no way the family was going to be able to find that small piece of jewelry without my assistance. They needed professional metal detecting experience and technology.

As it turned out, Aadya and her family hired me to search for the lost sentimental keepsake. I came out during night time, laid my gridlines down on the backyard lawn of the neighbor’s house, started up my detecting gear and began the “investigation”. Everyone was hoping that the earring was in fact lost in the backyard and not on the school bus or on the street somewhere. I am happy to share that I was in fact able to recover Aadya’s beautiful diamond earring! Everyone couldn’t believe it when I surprised the teenager, her friends and all of the family that had gathered out on the deck in the backyard that night!

I could not have been more happy for Aadya and her family! I love what us detectorists can do to help bring back special keepsakes that can never be replaced with a new one from the jewelry store!

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Lost Wedding Ring in McLean, Virginia Front Yard…Found by Ring Finder

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Trey’s platinum wedding band that member of THE RING FINDERS, Brian Rudolph, successfully recovered on the front yard of Trey’s McLean, Virginia home.

Trey, Tracy and family celebrating the successful recovery of the irreplaceable sentimental keepsake which metal detectorist Brian Rudolph returned to the finger that it rightfully belonged to!

Brian Rudolph, Lost Item Recovery Specialist (Land, Water, Sand, Snow, Leaves, Cliffs, Houses & Vehicles) Will Find Your Lost Keepsake! Call ASAP (301) 466-8644!

Trey was playing baseball with his son in the front yard of their McLean, Virginia house. He believed that he lost his platinum wedding band when he took off his baseball glove. The ring was loose on his finger and because the same situation occurred once before, Trey assumed that the wedding band flew off the moment he pulled the mitt off of his hand.

The entire family searched long and hard for the very special memento, but in the end, all of their efforts led to no avail. Hours of looking had gone by and even the metal detector that they used to locate the jewel did not help the distraught man with recovering the ring.

At some point, Trey and his wife Tracy went on to the internet and searched for a new solution. They found the elite international directory of metal detectorists called THE RING FINDERS. It was at that point that I was contacted and Trey shared the whole story from start to finish.

Later that evening, I headed over to the family’s McLean, Virginia residence to conduct my own ring search on their front lawn. There were plenty of leaves scattered about and Trey didn’t want to remove any of the tree debris until after his ring was recovered. He was worried that If he had cleaned up the front yard, the jewel could have been swept into a leaf bag and taken away to the dump by accident.

After Trey and his son had finished showing me where they played ball and their overall movements on the front lawn, I immediately returned to my car to retrieve all of the metal detecting equipment necessary to conduct the search.

I truly love the searches that I participate in when I end up finding the sought after object within a few minutes swinging my detector. Well, I can happily share that this particular “project” turned out to be just like one of those cases! I was metal detecting around the batter’s cage that was off to one side of the property when I picked up an excellent signal. I knelt down to the ground and positioned my high lumens headlamp towards the area that I was searching, and there it was! I found it! I successfully recovered Trey’s lost Platinum wedding band that he so loved and cherished! The piece of precious metal had been hiding under some leaves in the grass. It was such a fantastic moment, especially when I surprised the whole family with the fantastic news! I truly love helping people… especially this family that was so very warm and kind to me! I’ll never forget them!

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HE WILL RETURN TO YOU WHAT HAS BEEN LOST!

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Lost Gold Nugget Pinky Ring on Baltimore, Maryland Property…Found by Ring Finder Brian Rudolph

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Roland’s 14 karat gold nugget pinky ring that he had only possessed for a few hours before it ended up being lost somewhere on his lawn.

Roland and his fiance happily posing with his very handsome piece of jewelry which metal detectorist, Brian Rudolph, was able to successfully recover from the couple’s Baltimore, Maryland property.

Brian Rudolph, Lost Item Recovery Specialist (Land, Water, Sand, Snow, Leaves, Cliffs, Houses & Vehicles) Will Find Your Lost Keepsake! Call ASAP (301) 466-8644!

Roland was so proud to purchase his first gold nugget pinky ring at a local jewelry shop. He put it on his finger and went home to cut his lawn. Sometime during his landscaping project, the gentleman realized that his newly purchased possession was no longer on his pinky. Roland panicked and began to search all over his yard to see if he could recover his lost gold nugget ring.

After minutes turned into hours, Roland realized that he was not able to reclaim his brand new piece of jewelry. He even acquired a metal detector to see if he could recover the ring with a rented machine, but even that idea ended up failing miserably.

The Baltimore resident eventually looked on the internet for additional help and that’s when Roland found the elite international directory of metal detectorists called THE RING FINDERS. He called me on the phone and that’s when I got all of the details regarding this particular ring search.

That evening, I drove to Randallstown, Maryland which is located in the suburbs outside of the city of Baltimore. When I arrived, Roland showed me around his single-family house property. There was a considerable amount of lawn for me to detect but I tried to logically think through the best order of attacking each section of grass.

The first area that I metal detected was the right side of the house. When there was no sign of the ring in that location, I headed for the front lawn and metal detected the grass that was parallel to the sidewalk. Still, nothing showed up on my machine indicating that I had possibly struck gold.

Next, I decided to skip the left side of the house and instead I took my gear to the rear of the property in order for me to inspect the area of lawn where Roland had first started the lawn mower. Even though my client thought that he had the ring on his pinky at the time that he began to cut the grass, I thought it would be best to check that section of the lawn just in case his recollection was innocently inaccurate.

Within a minute of me scanning over a small patch of grass just in front of the tool shed where Roland kept his lawn mower, I got a very promising signal on my metal detector, indicating that I might have hit a piece of gold jewelry. As it turned out, I did in fact find Roland’s fantastic new gold nugget pinky ring! Apparently, it had slipped off of my client’s finger during the pulling of the mower cord to start its engine!

I was so happy for the gentleman! Roland was extremely surprised that I was able to find his brand new piece of gold in less than 30 minutes since my time of arrival! He couldn’t believe where the ring had ended up all along!

Before I left Roland’s property, my client expressed his sincere appreciation for my professional expertise as well as my zeal in helping him recover his newly purchased gold prize! Earlier that evening when Roland had no success in finding his ring, the gentleman told me that he truly started thinking that he would never see his newly acquired special ring ever again… I’m so glad that in the end…The Ring Hero proved Roland’s fears to be quite wrong!

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HE WILL RETURN TO YOU WHAT HAS BEEN LOST!

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How to Find a Lost Diamond Ring Thrown During a Fight

  • from Washington (District of Columbia, United States)

Melissa’s stunning 2.5 carat diamond solitaire engagement ring with a halo of little diamonds encircling the center diamond held by a 14 karat white gold band encrusted with diamonds half way around the band.

Melissa and Dwight happy together once again and proudly showing off Melissa’s incredible diamond ring that member of THE RING FINDERS, Brian Rudolph had miraculously recovered from Washington DC public property!

Brian Rudolph, Lost Item Recovery Specialist (Land, Water, Sand, Snow, Leaves, Cliffs, Houses & Vehicles) Will Find Your Lost Keepsake! Call ASAP (301) 466-8644!

How is one to find a lost diamond ring that was thrown after a fight?

The answer is simple: call a professional ring finder!

You too never thought one existed?

Well, they do exist and more and more people are turning for help on a special online metal detectorist directory website called THE RING FINDERS.

The online directory will help you locate a local ring finder in your geographical area.

I, Brian Rudolph, am a local ring finder and a proud member of THE RING FINDERS serving Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware and West Virginia.

Here is an example of someone who reached out to me after a ring was thrown following an argument.

Melissa and Dwight were drinking together outside on their apartment patio. Somehow their fun transitioned into an argument about something and things began to get quite heated between the engaged couple.

As is common with many other ring stories like this, Melissa decided to take off and throw her beautiful 2.5 carat diamond solitaire engagement ring with a halo of little diamonds encircling the center diamond held by a 14 karat white gold band encrusted with diamonds half way around the band. That action did not cool things down by any means. It was a tough night for both fiance’s.

When the young lady dialed down her emotions, she realized what mistake she made in throwing the ring and immediately she began searching for the MIA diamond engagement ring.

Meanwhile, Dwight was really upset about what took place because not only did Melissa throw something that was supposed to mean everything to her, but this was not the first time that his fiance had launched the special “promise jewel unto marriage”.

Ironically, I was told by the couple that a year earlier they had found my information on THE RING FINDERS website just after Melissa threw the same ring out into an Ocean City, Maryland hotel parking lot. They had gotten into a bad fight and Melissa’s very expensive piece of jewelry ended up lost in the public space below. Thankfully, Dwight eventually eyeballed the ring somewhere in the bushes and that nightmarish episode quickly came to an end.

When this second incident happened, the couple remembered THE RING FINDERS detectorist directory and my name happened to pop up once again.

Melissa stayed up all night searching for her ring and yet all of her efforts led to no avail. The next morning, she was back at it again, on her hands and knees out in a narrow patch of grass, scanning with her eyes with the hope that she would lock-in on that very sentimental keepsake. Still, the remorseful young lady found nothing but trash hidden below the grass blades and surrounding mud pockets.

Sometime during the early afternoon hours, while I was assisting another client with a ring search and recovery project, I received correspondence from Melissa crying out for help. The two of us talked on the phone and I assured her that if she still could not find her diamond ring by the end of the day, I would travel out to the couple’s Washington DC apartment building the next morning. She was extremely grateful for the assistance and for my words of encouragement knowing that she’s not the first to throw a ring (let alone multiple times).

Because Melissa was not able to find her most priceless material possession out there beyond her apartment complex, I headed out early the next morning to conduct my own search.

After my distraught client showed me where she was sitting when she threw the ring and took me to the narrow patch of grass where she had been searching, we had a time of prayer, asking the Lord to help me with this search and then I immediately started metal detecting.

Melissa told me that she remembered “tossing” the ring versus “throwing” the jewel in haste. However, I reminded her that when alcohol is involved, the one throwing the ring rarely is in touch with their emotions and even recollections of what actually took place. Adding anger and alcohol together makes for a very bad combination!

When I metal detected the strip of grass that was located alongside the apartment building (completely enclosed by a high fence around the parameter of the property), I found lots of miscellaneous pieces of metal such as: coins, beer pull tabs, aluminum foil, Christmas tree light bulbs and wire, and believe it or not… a couple of bullets! Unfortunately, there was no ring to be found in that location where Melissa was positive she launched it towards. I double checked my work just to make sure and then I was positive that the ring did not end up in that space unless someone happened to have found the keepsake after noticing Melissa searching for something herself.

I told my client where things stood at that point and she was completely mystified. Melissa was certain that the ring would have landed on that part of the property that I had just finished detecting. I asked her if she had looked on the other side of the property’s privacy fence where there was a concrete drive which led down into the parking garage below the complex. I was stunned to hear her response… she had not looked anywhere else but that one grassy section that I had just finished searching. This concerned me greatly because a car tire could have picked up the ring and carried it down the street or anyone walking around the entrance to the garage could have easily eyeballed the diamond ring! It was imperative that I search the public access road on the other side of the fence!

I told Melissa that it was quite possible that when she threw the ring, it might have traveled in a different direction and possibly landed much farther away from the distance she predicted. My client refuted the idea based on the fact that there was a fairly large tree in front of the balcony where Melissa threw the jewel and that the chances of the ring getting passed the branches were very slim. I did have to agree with her on that one point.

As soon as Melissa and I had our discussion, I requested that we immediately search the concrete drive and its surroundings. My client got very nervous at that point because I made her start thinking that perhaps she was negligent in not thinking to check outside the apartment complex property. We rushed down into her complex, took the stairs down to the garage level and headed out the large underground garage door that led to the area where we needed to search.

The two of us looked long and hard for my client’s huge diamond ring but it didn’t turn up anywhere out there. I checked every square inch of the concrete drive, including an alleyway and in the middle of one of the city streets that intersected with the alley. I was really concerned that a tire may have picked up the ring and carried it down the street. Still, I came up empty-handed.

At about this time, the fiance was getting very nervous and a bit more emotional as she regretted not thinking to look for the ring in the public environments. I’ll never forget the pressure that she placed upon me when Melissa said in a voice of desperation, “You do understand that if you don’t end up finding my ring, Dwight is completely done with me. Finished.” This young lady meant the “B” word… Breakup. After a second incident of throwing the “betrothal gift” and the potential of losing something this expensive, Melissa’s fiance was not going to fight for the relationship anymore if the ring was not recovered. I was heartbroken for her at this point and I prayed more to God on behalf of my client as I searched and searched to find the “true victim of circumstances”.

When I concluded that the jewel was not on the concrete drive leading down to the underground garage, nor in the alleyway or on the main street a block away (just in case a tire picked it up and took it down a ways), I was about to call it quits. By this point, Melissa was back at her place hanging out on the apartment patio with Dwight. She pretty much lost all hope at this late hour in the game. And frankly, I had almost lost any hope, as well.

I kept looking over to where the couple was and measured in mind the great distance it was between where Melissa threw the ring and where I was standing in the middle of the drive leading to the underground garage. It was a good 60 foot distance or so. That’s not a lot of space when dealing with a ring throw. However, there was that tree involved which was dead smacked in front of where the couple sat! The ring’s velocity would have greatly slowed down when striking even a leaf from that tree that was in the way. Still, I searched on and rechecked my work.

My last task with this project before having to conclude that either a tire took the poor ring down the street or someone passing by (a groundskeeper, homeless person or just any random pedestrian) picked up the keepsake, was to metal detect and “eye scan” a 1 foot strip of grass that was parallel with a property privacy fence located on the opposite side of the concrete underground garage driveway. Because the fence was made of steel, I believe I used a very small detector coil (6 inches) to attempt to get less interference coming from the massive structure of metal that easily would have “masked” the ring signal if it was in fact hidden in that very narrow section.

Well, I am delighted to share that as I was mostly done searching the very thin 1 foot wide strip of grass, I got a potential signal on my machine. I looked down to investigate the target and lo and behold…I FOUND IT! I saw the ring in the grass! A huge diamond was staring right back at me as I leaned down to retrieve it while it was still resting amongst some rocks, mud, weeds and a random green colored bread pizza wrapper! I couldn’t believe it! The whole moment was so surreal! I truly was in a state of complete unbelief! Few times I end up in shock, but this happened to be one of them! I was so happy for my clients! Especially for Melissa! And let me say, her diamond ring was absolutely exquisite! Little diamonds danced around each side of the band as the center stone showed off it’s brilliance and size! There was even a halo of little diamonds encircling the 2.5 carat solitaire! Very impressive!

Apparently, somehow, some way…the ring cleared the tree that was in front of the couple, then traveled over a stretch of grass, over a property fence, then flew over most of the pavement of the underground garage drive, bounced off of the concrete driveway and landed onto the tiny thin patch of dirt, weeds and grass that was located along the property privacy fence line allocated to the far wing of the same apartment complex! Truly Unbelievable! How that ring could have gone that far and then bounce off the concrete and onto that narrow strip was completely beyond my comprehension!

When I finally revealed to the couple the gorgeous ring that I was able to miraculously recover from that completely unexpected environment, they both went crazy! There is no other word to describe the moment! There were hugs and tears and great elation that came from the hearts and mouths of my clients! It was truly a great moment for all of us! We all gave thanks to the Lord for answering our earlier prayer together by helping me with the search and successful recovery of Melissa’s stunning diamond engagement ring!

So, in conclusion, I once again highlight the question that I first asked at the beginning of this article:

How is one to find a lost diamond ring that was thrown after a fight?

The Simple Answer: Go to THE RING FINDERS website and search for a ring finder closest to you so that they can recover for you what I was able to return to my clients… not just the engagement ring…but also…apparently their future together!

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CALL BRIAN RUDOLPH WITH THE RING FINDERS AT (301) 466-8644!

VISIT THE RING FINDER’S WEBSITE TO READ MORE OF BRIAN’S SUCCESSFUL SEARCH STORIES at:

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HE WILL RETURN TO YOU WHAT HAS BEEN LOST!

VISIT BRIAN’S BUSINESS WEBSITE FOR ADDITIONAL SERVICES, STORIES AND INFORMATION AT: www.MetalDetectingAdventures.net

Lost Engagement Ring Found in Couch After Help from Ring Finder in Souderton, Pennsylvania

  • from Washington (District of Columbia, United States)

Robin’s beloved engagement ring that was lost in the couple’s couch ended up being found only after ring finder, Brian Rudolph, helped Robin and Joseph with the in-house search.

Metal detectorist, Rudolph, quite proud of helping his desperate clients, Robin and Joseph, find one of their most priceless material possessions!

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I received a call from Joseph and Robin who were desperately seeking help to assist them in finding Robin’s lost yellow gold diamond engagement ring.

The couple (who were avid bicyclists) took a very long adventurous bike trip through Berryville, Virginia. When Robin realized that her very sentimental keepsake was missing from her finger, the couple tried to determine where the ring most likely had come off during their trip. They were not sure if the irreplaceable jewel happened to fall off of Robin’s finger while they took a break at one of the rest stops or while they were dining at a restaurant somewhere along one of the legs of their journey.

Joseph eventually connected with me by email and then finally by phone where we discussed all of the possibilities of where Robin’s ring could have ended up. Within 24 hours I was on my way to Berryville, Virginia to metal detect the area where the couple had stopped to briefly rest up before continuing along the bike path.

As it turned out, I was not able to find the couple’s lost ring over by the rest stop. All of the areas where I searched in the grass had plenty of surface metal that I had picked up with my metal detector, but I found no jewelry during that time of scanning the suspected plot of land.

When I called the couple to give them my update, I told them that I felt confident that Robin’s ring most likely was not lost at that particular location. The reason for this is because I believed that nobody would have been able to spot the jewelry in that quality of grass. It was just too thick. My conclusion was that Robin had either lost the ring at the restaurant that they had stopped at along their route or perhaps it never left their house in the first place.

Upon sharing this information with the couple over the phone, both of them thought that the ring must have been lost at the restaurant because Robin remembered wearing the ring when she left their house to go on their trip. I asked them whether or not there were any other rings that Robin was wearing and she said that there was a very special diamond frog ring that she had on but it did not slip off her finger like the engagement ring.

I asked Robin if the frog ring was placed on the inner part of her finger and the engagement ring placed towards the outside portion of her finger. She confidently responded by saying that the frog ring would have been on the outside portion of her finger. This is when my investigative skills got busy. I suggested to the couple that perhaps Robin’s special “halo of love” never left the house based on the fact that the frog ring would have protected the engagement ring from falling off her finger (since the frog ring still remained on her hand at the time of the realization that the engagement ring was missing).

Robin just could not buy into my theory and responded by saying that maybe she didn’t remember clear enough and that she may have reversed the placement of the two rings when she put them back on her finger before leaving for the bike trip.

I suggested to the couple that before I were to travel many miles to search the grounds of the restaurant where they ate during their trip, they should check inside their house just to make sure that the ring had not been hiding there the whole time.

Even though Joseph and Robin were convinced that the ring had fallen off of Robin’s finger sometime during their bike journey, they agreed to check the inside of their place before sending me off to the suspected restaurant site.

The two of them asked for advice as to where they should search first for the missing ring and I gave them a list of places to check based on questions I had asked them as to where Robin had been in the house prior to leaving for the trip.

The very first place that I suggested that the couple should search for the diamond ring happened to be their living room sofa. And I am very happy to share that as it happened to turn out, Robin found her beloved engagement ring buried in the couch! The couple immediately contacted me and shared the amazing news! I could not have been happier for them!

My clients shared that they would have never searched the furniture as they were completely convinced that the engagement ring was lost in a public environment. Robin and Joseph could not imagine how long that irreplaceable piece of jewelry would have remained where it was located had it not been for my assistance and expertise! Hopefully they would have eventually checked their furniture before discarding any of it from their home in the distant future! That declaration from the couple truly made my day and I could not have been more excited to help these two very special people recover something that meant the world to both husband and wife!

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Lost Diamond Engagement Ring and Wedding Band After Apple Throw…Found in Annapolis, Maryland

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Pam’s 14 karat white gold 1 carat diamond engagement ring and 14 carat white gold diamond wedding band – both recovered by ring finder Brian Rudolph.

Pam could not be happier as she holds up her two cherished sentimental keepsakes that were successfully recovered by proud member of THE RING FINDERS, Brian Rudolph.

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I received a call from a woman named Pam who lost both her 14 karat white gold, 1 carat diamond engagement ring and her 14 carat white gold half infinity-style diamond wedding band.

She was driving into her neighborhood when she threw an apple out of her window in order to feed some deer that always hang out on the grass on the opposite side of the road. When Pam released the apple, both of her precious keepsakes went flying off of her finger!

Pam heard a “clink” sound coming from the direction of the pavement on the opposite lane of the street. It appeared that one or both rings had ended up hitting the concrete. The woman panicked and immediately pulled over to the side of the road in order to seek after her “jettisoned” jewelry. With all of Pam’s efforts to try to recover her lost rings out there in the dark, sadly she was unable to find even one of her possessions.

Early the next morning, Pam and her housekeeper returned once more to the search site to see if they could find the two sentimental keepsakes. However, after a very long time of combing over the road, curb and grassy areas (without stepping in the grass in fear that the rings would be pushed down into the ground), the two ladies finally gave up and returned back to Pam’s estate.

Though Pam was extremely disappointed and perplexed at the disappearance of her very special diamond engagement ring and diamond wedding band, she was not about to give up by any means. The young lady went online and looked for a metal detecting service in Annapolis, Maryland. One of my ring finding articles that I published on THE RING FINDERS website popped up on her screen and immediately Pam reached out to me by phone.

Later that morning, I drove out to the search site to meet up with Pam who showed me the “scene of the crime”. The woman was extremely helpful in showing me how she drove by and approximately where she threw the apple. My client even pointed out the apple which had landed up in the grass on the opposite side of the road. This was a very important piece of evidence which would help me narrow the section that I needed to metal detect.

Once I got all of the details, I returned to my car and retrieved all of the necessary metal detecting gear that I would use for the ring search. My biggest concern was that one or both rings ended up being picked up by an oncoming vehicle’s tire sometime during the night or in the early morning hours before Pam and the housekeeper arrived. It’s very easy to miss these little “halos” out on the street or in parking lots. So it was quite possible that Pam just did not see one or both of the rings while she diligently searched that night.

Once I made sure that there were no pieces of jewelry in the road or along the curb, I scanned the grassy areas starting closest to the curb and worked my way down the street. I made several passes (or grid lanes) that were approximately 60 feet in length. Each time that I finished another lane, I moved up the grassy incline another 4 feet and started a new pass.

I encountered quite a few potential signals during my search out there along the road. However, each time that I checked out the curious target at hand, it would end up being either a bottle cap or some small piece of scrap aluminum. I didn’t give up.

At some point, I hit another fantastic target signal that was located 25 feet from where the apple came to rest. I knelt down on the ground and used my pinpointer to identify the exact spot of where the piece of metal was resting. I am excited to share that I did in fact recover the lost diamond engagement ring! It was absolutely exquisite looking! Pam was down the street looking around the curbside areas when I discovered the special keepsake. I continued with hope that I would find the wedding band some place nearby to where I recovered the engagement ring. I so hoped it had made its way to the grass and not picked up by a tire.

I thought, ‘The odds that both rings made it across the road and that at least one bounced and still made it into the grass was very minimal at best to believe’. But I kept my hope alive that perhaps the wedding band traveled farther up the hill. Well, that wish certainly came to fruition because I did in fact get another great signal coming from my detector and it turned out to be Pam’s beautiful half infinity-style diamond wedding band! It was found about 3 feet away from the other ring and farther up the hill! I rejoiced within me knowing that my client would soon be reunited with her irreplaceable jewelry!

Pam could not have been happier to be handed her amazing rings and I thanked the Lord for answering our prayer that we lifted up to God before I began the search! What a wonderful moment that was to preserve more “symbols of love” and to allow for these special stories to continue through Pam’s family line from here on out!

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Family Heirloom Gold Pendant & Chain Lost on Ocean City, Maryland Beach…Found by Metal Detectorist

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Shaundra’s 14 karat yellow and white gold family heirloom pendant and chain previously worn and gifted to her by her grandmother who died one year earlier.

Happiness and relief can be easily seen across Shaundra’s countenance as she excitedly displays her very special family heirloom pendant!

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I received a distress call from a woman named Shaundra who had lost her yellow and white gold family heirloom pendant and gold chain that had been handed down to her by her grandmother a year earlier. This pendant which had a large letter “E” in the middle of it, was worn by her grandmother up until the time that the woman had passed away. It meant everything to her. The special matriarch of the family wanted her granddaughter to wear it around her neck just as she had for so many years. Therefore, to lose this, there was much guilt and grief going on within Shaundra.

Shaundra realized that the pendant was gone sometime after she arrived back to her hometown several hours away from Ocean City, Maryland where she had been vacationing. It was either lost on the shore somewhere, or possibly out in the water where the woman was cooling off earlier that afternoon.

I was so happy to receive the phone call from my client. I had to drive 3 hours to Ocean City, Maryland to conduct the search, but I was excited nonetheless. When I got there in the middle of the night, I took all of my metal detecting gear out onto the dry sand and laid out my grid lines to start the search. Shaundra had helped me over the phone, earlier that day, with information that would help me strategize a particular area on the beach where I would first start my hunt.

I am happy to share that I successfully recovered the exquisite yellow and white gold family heirloom pendant attached to its yellow gold chain in the dry sand! I never had to go into the water to start looking for it because my metal detector located the jewel between two of the grid lines that I had laid down out on the sandy beach shore.

Shaundra made the trip out to the beach in the middle of the night just to assist with the search in case I had problems identifying some of the landmarks that she had given me earlier on. So, when she arrived, Shaundra had no idea that I had already recovered her most priceless material possession! My client was beyond emotionally moved by the news that I shared with her that I had found her grandmother’s special pendant that had been buried inches below the sand!

I love what I do to help people find their sentimental keepsakes! With the case of Shaundra, she will always be indebted to THE RING FINDERS for providing such a wonderful directory of metal detectorists around the world to help people just like her help recover their most priceless possessions like Shaundra’s pendant and chain!

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Metal Detecting Lost Handmade Ring in Chesapeake Bay…Found by Brian Rudolph Near California, Maryland

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Ana’s very special handmade sheet metal ring crafted in a Boston, Massachusetts’ summer workshop camp when she was sixteen years old.

Ana so happily displaying her very sentimental ring (with Poss and Ana’s father David celebrating along side Ana) that metal detectorist, Brian Rudolph successfully recovered from the Chesapeake Bay after 2 days of searching.

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I received a call from a gentleman named David who found my contact information on the wonderful international directory of metal detectorists called THE RING FINDERS. He was calling me on behalf of his daughter Ana. She was out swimming with a college friend in Lexington Park, Maryland (near California, Maryland) when her very special ring slipped off of her finger and traveled to the bottom of the Chesapeake Bay. The two of them searched for a very long period of time but their efforts led to no avail.

This ring that Ana was wearing was no ordinary ring. She had made it herself out of sheet metal during a summer camp class program up in Boston, Massachusetts when the young lady was only sixteen years old. This handcrafted piece of jewelry became a part of her everyday life. She not only traveled across country several times with this it, but this very sentimental object was worn all over the world as she visited numerous countries afar. When it was lost in the water, Ana was devastated.

4 days after the loss of the ring, I headed out three hours to that region of the Chesapeake Bay to see if I could recover this very special item for Ana. On Day 1 of the search, Ana and her father stood on the shore and gave me some general directions as to where the young lady thought she lost the ring. It turned out that there were no landmarks for me to line up with and Ana didn’t remember how far out she was in the bay. This made my search attempt extremely difficult. I metal detected for two hours with no success to report back to them as they waited on shore until the sun disappeared below the horizon. We had to eventually call it quits until the next morning.

On Day 2 of the search, I requested that Ana walk out with me into the water and show me the approximate area where she thought she had lost her beloved sheet metal ring. The one thing she did remember is that there was a certain dip in the sand and also there were shells lined up in a certain area. The only problem was that Ana wasn’t sure how much distance she and her friend were from east to west (the area parallel to the shore). I ended up searching approximately 50 yards (150 feet) from left to right and approximately 40 yards (120 feet) away from shore. It was a large area to metal detect!

I set up a very special grid system in order for me to keep track of the areas that I had completed searching in the water, and the sections that I still needed to scan. An hour and a half went by but I never gave up. I knew that the ring was going to give off a unique signal if I came across it. The reason for this is because the ferrous item would probably show a little sign of rust knowing that it had been in the water a few days and the fact that it was not made of aluminum or precious metallic properties.

When I still could not find the sentimental keepsake, I asked Ana if she could bring her college girlfriend (who drove across country with Ana from their California school to Maryland) out to the site so that she could offer her own opinion as to where her friend may have lost the “halo”. Ana’s friend agreed to be picked up and while she drove over to her place, I continued to search for the missing sheet metal made ring.

Shortly after Ana’s friend named Poss had finished showing me the area where she thought the two of them were swimming when the ring slipped off Ana’s finger, I enjoyed the most wonderful moment of surprising the two ladies and Ana’s dad with the news that I had in fact found the missing ring! I had actually recovered it while Ana drove to pick up her friend, but I didn’t reveal the happy update until after I got Poss’s opinion as to where she thought it was lost. This way I could tell them where it was actually discovered out in the bay verses where the two of them thought it may have settled to the bottom. It turned out that the two of them were quite a bit off the mark due to how naturally one’s memory changes as the days go by. When I got a particular signal that showed up on my detector screen as possibly containing a combination of iron and steel, I was quite hopeful that I had finally discovered what I had been looking for for so very long. Indeed, it was the right target! What a feeling of elation that was to be able to recover such an “object of love” out there in that vast body of water!

The three of them were in complete shock! David was truly blown away by the news and Ana displayed such a beautiful expression of emotion as I handed her extremely special hand-crafted piece of jewelry back into her possession! She was so very grateful for my successful efforts and one could tell how Poss was so very happy for her college pal now that this very important keepsake had returned to its rightful owner!

Before we all said our goodbyes, I led us in a moment of giving thanks to the Lord for blessing us with such a successful search and recovery operation! What a memorable day that was for me and even more so for the young lady who cherished that very special handmade keepsake that had been on Ana’s finger since she was just sixteen years old!

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