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Gold Cartier “Love ring” 18K Wedding Band Lost in Canal – found by Metal Detector Mark Greul of Naples – Florida

from Marco Island (Florida, United States)
Contact: 1-239-500-7464

[March 22, 2019 – Naples, Florida] – GOLD WEDDING BAND LOST IN CANAL FOUND BY METAL DETECTOR – While closing the boat lift cover, Steve’s wedding ring suddenly slipped of his finger.  The heavy gold Cartier “love ring” hit the boat dock with a “ping” and he watched as it bounced into the adjacent murky canal water.  A quick call to Naples Ring Finder – Mark Greul and the rest is history.  “What was once deemed lost has again been found!”  Moving sand, driven waves, changing tides or environmental conditions can dramatically affect recovery success (or even fish).  Again, it cannot be stressed enough as to how critical time is – don’t hesitate or wait to call.

If you’ve lost a ring or sentimental item, don’t hesitate or wait to call.  With years of metal detecting experience, the best and most sophisticated metal detecting equipment, and numerous recoveries and even more finds, the testimonials and results are why you need a professional.  Call Mark (239)500-RING [7464], for professional metal detector services, rental – Naples, Marco Island, Ft. Myers, Bonita Beach, Estero, and greater South Florida.  It’s only lost until you call!

Lost gold ring in Naples canal found by metal detector rental

Gold Wedding Band Cartier Love Ring lost in Canal found by Metal Detector Mark Greul

Lost Ring Found and Returned — Dog Beach Bonita Springs, FL

from Sanibel Island (Florida, United States)

Recently married in February, this gentleman knew he had to do whatever he could to get his Tungsten ring back after losing it in the water while playing with his dog at the Dog Beach in Bonita Springs.

After finding my information on the Ring Finders website and reading of our many success stories in the Naples, Fort Myers Beach and Sanibel areas, he and his wife contacted me and I made arrangements to meet them at the beach to begin my search.

After several targets of trash and soda can tabs, I finally recovered the missing ring.

We all had smiles as the wedding band was back on his hand where it belongs as reflected in the photo.