Entering the summer season here on Memorial Day weekend and the crowds begin to flock to the beach. Bringing the calls for help for finding their lost jewelry on the beach or in the water.
I received this call on my way home from work from a gentleman asking for my help as his wife had lost her wedding rings on the beach in Stone Harbor,Nj earlier that day. He explained that she had taken them off to apply sunscreen and laid them on the beach towel and forgot them when they went to leave for the day losing them in the sand. Fortunately they quickly remembered took note of the area they were sitting and marked off the area by counting the posts for the sand dune fence and landmarks. I arrived at the beach with my White’s TDI metal detector and started a grid pattern in the area and after few minutes had the first ring in my scoop! The husband was amazed and as I took a couple steps got another signal and had the second ring in the scoop and I could see the instant relief on his face. After only 15 minutes of searching all of his worries were over and he couldn’t wait to tell his wife and go back to enjoying his family vacation. The feeling of bringing relief and happiness back to people that thought their cherished items were lost forever never gets old,I love it! Another happy customer!
Everyone’s jewelry has a story attached to it and that story ends when its lost in the sand or ocean… The Ring Finders service will help bring their story to life again and continue that story by finding what people thought was lost forever. Rings, wedding bands, diamond engagement rings, diamond earrings, diamond tennis bracelets, watches, gold pendants… People who have given up the search now have a second chance!
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I just got back home from recovering 2 beautiful Platinum diamond rings that were lost on the beach yesterday in Beach Haven LBI,NJ. I received a Facebook message from Joe DeMarco of DeMarco Detector sales in Millville,NJ that a woman was in need of help and I gave him my information and she called me right away. Although I had other plans for today I could tell the urgency as she was crying on the phone so I responded to her that I was on my way! Upon arriving at the site on the beach where she was laying out with the kids yesterday and set up at again today. We went through what may have happened to the rings if in fact they were there at all as she was not positive but she may have taken them off to put lotion on the kids and put them on her lap and forgot about them . We moved her beach chairs,towels from the area for me to search.With the whole beach now watching 3 passes into the 20×20 area I heard the mid tone I was hoping for and scooped up the first ring which was her beautiful platinum diamond wedding band. The look on Mary’s face was priceless when I told her I got one and handed it to her. With that I proceeded 3 steps forward and heard another mid tone and recovered ring #2 which was a stunning platinum diamond engagement ring which she later informed me was a whooping 3 carats! She immediately started crying and hugging me on the beach and everyone who was watching was clapping and cheering as we both announced Ring Finders.com!! What an awesome feeling it was to see her smiling again on her vacation as you can see in the picture below with me. I love it! I got gotta say it was something to see those 2 beautiful pieces of jewelry come up in my scoop and the look on her face! Another Great Recovery,Another Great day!
I received a call from Justin explaining that while clearing the gutters of his house in preparation for hurricane Sandy he had lost his white gold wedding ring. he had lost some weight and he had known that the ring was looser than usual but continued to wear it and noticed it had disappeared while doing the yardwork. He had searched for it for 2 days with no luck and found the Ring finders website and gave me a call. I met him that afternoon and I began my search in the landscaping under the gutter he had cleared with no luck after about an hours hunt. This baffled me as I could not find the ring anywhere! I decided to start from the top down and we got a ladder since I wanted to visually inspect the gutter and low and behold there was his wedding ring in with some leaves! I got it! He was very happy and appreciative to have it back.
I received a call from Matt explaining that his daughter had dropped one of her mothers earrings while walking off the beach at the beach entrance way. She had a general idea where she had dropped it and I met them the next day after I finished a search just blocks away at a marina. They had the other earring so I decided to use my Whites v3i detector with a a small (4×6) coil since it would provide the best chances of findinding the fingernail size earring which on the V3i came up as a +3 on the screen. We grided an area I began searching,listening very carefully for the small item. After about 25 minutes and some small foil pieces later I found the earring just below the surface of the sand. The little girl was so relieved to be able to give her mom back her earring she felt so bad about losing. Another successful search and return. That made 2 for 2 that day! Everyone was smiling again and enjoying their vacation!
I received a call from Jeff who had lost his wedding ring at the Avalon boat marina while washing his boat. While the boat was tied to the dock Jeff was wringing out a towel and watched his wedding ring fall off his finger and into the water between the boat and the dock disappearing into the murky water. Doing some research online later that night his wife found the Ring Finders site and contacted me,seeing that I serviced the area and also provided water recovery services. We agreed to met at the marina at lowtide later in the week and try to recover the ring. Jeff knew exactly where the ring had fallen off and at lowtide the water was still 5 feet deep there so this could be tough. I entered the water from the dock about 5 ft away from the area and could just touch the bottom with water up to my neck. Using my Whites Beach Hunter id 300 I seached the bottom carefully waiting for the midtone sound in my headphones signifying the ring. Removing some trash targets I heard the tone I wanted and carefully manuvered my long handle scoop into position and scooped up the mud. When the scoop came out of the water Jeff and some onlookers yelled out There it is! You got it! Once back on land Jeff shook my hand and said that was amazing! He was very happy to have the ring back which has 4 diamonds in it,each one representing his wife and 3 children. I really enjoyed this recovery and the challenge.
I received a call from a woman who is a student at Georgetown University who while on vacation at the beach in Avalon,NJ had lost her 14k class ring in the sand.She had taken the ring off to avoid losing it in the ocean while swimming and had left it on her towel and forgot it was there when she picked the towel up at the end of the day and shook off the sand.Realizing what she had done she and her friends started searching for the ring but were unsucessful.Well she decided to resort to the internet on how to find her lost ring on the beach in Avalon and one of my recoveries from earlier in the summer just blocks away from her had popped up and I received the call.I met her at beach which was just getting dark and she showed me the area she had marked with a sand castle were she believed the ring was lost. Within minutes of turning on the detector she was reunited with her lost ring! Amazed with the speed and relieved with recovery she gifted me with a nice reward,Thankyou Christine! Happy to have helped you! Goodluck in school!
I was contacted by Eric today stating that he had lost his White gold wedding band while out on a sandbar where boats anchor up at lowtide to hangout,swim. While playing ball in about 3 feet of water and missing the ball when thrown to him,he had to retrieve it from a nearby marsh island.When he approached the island he had stumbed in the sand mud bottom and continued playing not noticing until later that his wedding ring was gone.Later that night while searching the interenet on how to find the ring,he came acroos The Ring Finders website and contacted me the next day.We met at the marina and ventured out the sandbar and began the search first where they had anchored up in about 3 feet of water and retraced the days events eventally ending up at the marsh island where the ring was found after about an hours search total.He along with all the nearby boaters watching were just simply amazed with the recovery of such a small item in such extremely difficult area.I have to say so was I! He immediately phoned his wife with the great news and was extremely Thankful for my help and forwarded me a generous reward and displayed some of my advertising at his friends local bait & tackle store.Thanks again Eric! Glad I could help!
I received a call from a man who had recently vacationed in Ocean city,NJ and had lost his wedding ring in the surf while throwing a football around with a friend.he had returned home to Maryland the next day and began his search on the internet on how to get help finding his lost ring.He contacted me and gave me the information about what beach entrance he used and stated that he was about 30 yards to the right of the lifeguard stand and in shin deep water at a higher tide.I arrived at the area and began my search about 10 yards from the stand and wored to the 30 yard mark with no luck and the dark of night had settled in and ended my search for the night but returned the next day at lowtide and picked up where I left off.At about the 40 yard mark at the hightide line the detector sounded and his ring appeared from the sand.I immediately phone the owner and told him the news and mailed the ring to him the next day and received it 2 days later.He was extremely Thankful for my help!