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Platinum and Gold Ring recovery Mudsliding in the Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia

from Amherst (Nova Scotia, Canada)
Contact: 1-902-885-5593

I just got back from vacation when I got an email and a voice mail from Ian. He and his beautiful wife were visiting Nova Scotia and on a Tidal bore rafting tour which included some mudsliding fun in a small inlet on the river. When he went to wash some of the mud from himself, he felt his ring slip off his finger and disappear into the muddy water.

I’ve not had any prior experience in searching for lost items in the Bay of Fundy because there is so much mud and the tide can be brutal. It has the highest tides in the world. It takes around 6 hours for the tide to change and averages around 50 feet in height. You can imagine anything that drops, would be gone in seconds.

I did a quick check of the tide chart, the tide was at it’s lowest on the day Ian’s ring fell into the mud. I knew if I didn’t get there the next day, I would never have a chance of finding it because of the tide. So I contacted Ian by phone and we made a plan to meet the next day.

We met up and went right to searching. I decided to wear my booties and wondered if the mud might suck them right off my feet. It was so slippery trying to get down to the waters edge. The tide was still up quite high ( because I’m an early bird and like to get in every second of searching) The water wasn’t so cold at first, so neck deep we were, pushing against the outgoing tide wasn’t easy. Nothing and more nothing, I thought the mission was lost after the first hour of not a signal, but determined to search until the tide went out and was on its way back in. It was getting cold, goosebumps and shivers were catching up to me when I heard the faintest sound. I went over it a few times and thought na, it sounded good but then it was acting a little like iron. I told myself, well it was the only thing I heard all day, we were going to dig it up. I did some scooping and Ian did some scooping, it just didn’t want to be found, about 20 scoops in, Ian shook the mud from the scoop and pulled out his ring. Talk about big smiles!

It’s always a big sigh of relief when a ring is found. This was the hardest search so far, and I learned a lot about the Bay of Fundy mud. It goes to show, that there is still always a chance of getting lucky.

Platinum and Gold 18k Wedding Ring Found… Sammamish, Washington!

from Seattle (Washington, United States)
Contact: 1-206-651-4779

Yesterday I received a call from a man, who had been digging a culvert to bury some wire going from his house through his backyard. While he was doing the work, he had taken off his wedding ring and put it in his pocket so he wouldn’t damage the ring. At some point in the day, he realized that the ring had fallen out of his pocket, and he was convinced that it had gone in the ditch with the wire, which he had reburied. This presented a real problem for me, as the wire would possibly mask out any signal from the ring if it was in the ditch. I searched along side of the culvert and over it, and occasionally got some signals which could have been the ring, but they always turned out to be the wire buried one foot down! After trying multiple metal detector types, I kept on reaching the same conclusion. If it had fallen in this ditch probably the only way to find it would be to un-bury the wire and start all over again. Likely the ring would be lost forever.

His mood and mine, were beginning to become less hopeful. At some point he mentioned maybe I should search in a completely new area, and I think he was leaning towards the idea of me quitting the search. He said “Why don’t you go and sweep the driveway really fast, I don’t think it would be up there but you never know.” I had basically come close to giving up, since I have been out there for a few hours with no luck. But I went and swept the gravel driveway with my larger coil metal detector.

After a few minutes, he rounded the corner with some money in hand, about to tell me I could go ahead and quit the search. But, when he reached out, I had something in my hand too! I had found the ring! It was barely buried in the gravel driveway. Likely, a car or two had run over it but it was in great shape still!

“You had the right idea! I’m glad you changed it up!” I exclaimed… he was incredulous and the whole family was besides themselves with excitement!

Sometimes it just isn’t where you thought it should be. It took nearly giving up the search, but luckily this hunt had a happy ending!

18K Gold and 950 Platinum Band!

Family happily reunited with lost wedding ring!

Found it!

Wedding ring lost prior to wedding ceremony Richmond Hill Country Club, ON

from Brampton (Ontario, Canada)
Contact: 1-647-383-6891

Received a text message from Jing & Mark S for a request to assist to find a custom platinum wedding band that was unfortunately lost prior to the wedding ceremony of his best Friend of 23 years. Mark was the Best Man at a wedding ceremony on the lovely ground of the Richmond Hill Country Club. Mark had written explicit details of the days events leading up to the wedding ceremony. This was key in retracing there steps and actions. Prior to the actual wedding ceremony, the photography asked all the wedding party to remove any items such as phones from the pockets. Mark had removed both the Bride’s and Grooms custom wedding bands crafted in China from the jewellers boxes. Mark felt that a number of times he removed his cell phone from his jacket pocket and at those locations the wedding band could likely be at any one of the spots.

We proceeded down the pathway in which the wedding parties travels in golf cart, up over a bridge and then onto a open grass area where the photo’s had taken place. I used my trusty Minelab Excalibur 2 on land and that amazing tone of platinum on “discrimination” makes my detector SING!! Within 5 on the open grass area that wonderful tone sounded off!! I spotted the very small sized platinum wedding band, threw done my machine (gently of course) and raised my arms. Mark & Jing thought I was upset with them as they were standing on either side of the area as I was using them for my grid markers. Both kept moving about. I then started recording for the ‘surprise’.

Here’s the video for the return

The “Best Man” came through for his Best Friend the Groom and his new Wife!!

  

Ring lost on Yadkinville, NC Highway ……FOUND!!!!!

from High Point (North Carolina, United States)
Contact: 336-442-7649

Rings are lost when you least expect it. Driving down the exit ramp luckilly 15 MPH and you dash out a cup of coffee really hard. All to watch your ring come off and bounce off the pavement and in the grass somewhere…. After looking a couple times and rent a metal detector and still no luck….. I get the call from Randy and get a fine chance to MAKE A NEW FRIEND like all my new people I meet “love it” I find his fience’s new from February this years engagement ring for him. Needless to say she is a happy lady today!!!!! Wishing those guys many more days/years of happiness!!!!

 

Wasaga Beach, Ontario~Platinum wedding ring returned from the waters 150′ from shore

from Brampton (Ontario, Canada)
Contact: 1-647-383-6891

2017-08-25 – Wasaga Beach, Ontario

Received a call from Rob G who lost his ring playing rugby in the waters of Wasaga Beach.

Rob & his wife Kerah took visiting Friends from England to Wasaga’s Beach #3 (pet friendly area) for a full day with the dog’s. Rob was in the water 150′ from shore playing water Rugby and off flew his wedding band. Rob’s English friends mentioned that in the UK there are metal detectorists that help with people losing items and decided to try and search Google. “The Ring Finders” site came up on his search and found my information.

I took Rob’s information and decided to head up and start searching. Unfortunately I didn’t have any luck the first day out. The following day Kerah met me at the beach and had a better location. It took about an hour and surprised Kerah when I came back into shore for some water. She was totally amazed I could find her husbands wedding band that far out from shore.

YEAH….another donation to the Kelly Shires Breast Cancer Foundation’s Snow Run Feb 2/3/4, 2018!!

Here’s a link to the video!!

Rob’s platinum wedding band

Happy wife Kerah!

 

Lost Platinum & Diamond Earring Found In Woodinville, WA!

from Seattle (Washington, United States)
Contact: 1-206-651-4779

“Undetectable” Diamond & Platinum Earring Recovered… Just Barely!

Today’s recovery was for a lady who lost her impressive diamond stud earring while staining her deck a few days ago. She at some point took off her dust mask which probably caught her earring and flung it off into the unknown! She noticed the back landed in between the boards, and then realized her loss.

After her and her husband scoured the yard, and squeezed under the deck to look for it, they tried renting a metal detector. They found out quickly, though, stud earrings are very hard to detect because they contain so little actual metal. In fact, their rental unit could not even detect it when they passed it over the 2nd earring.

I had confidence that at least one of my machines should be able to outperform this rental unit and headed out with all 3. After testing on the other earring, I was pretty surprised to find my 2 most expensive detectors would not detect this target!

My least expensive unit did, but just a barely audible sound would come through, and only occasionally. I started getting pretty nervous that this hunt would be unsuccessful.

To make matters worse, the lawn area around the deck was littered with nails from the sloppy contractor who built it. I was getting a pretty sinking feeling, but I was determined to at least try. Many nails were pulled out of the ground, so I could concentrate on the whisper that the earring MIGHT give me.

Somehow, someway, I managed to pass over a quiet target and it was the earring! We were both so amazed and relieved, and glad that I have a few types of machines in my arsenal!

So little metal to detect!

NEARLY Undetectable Platinum & Diamond Stud! Slightly dirty but undamaged!

AT Pro saves the day!

Diamond pair reunited!

 

 

NOT …. HOPELESS IN CLEARWATER BEACH WITH RECOVERED RING

from Tampa Bay (Florida, United States)

NOT …. HOPELESS IN CLEARWATER BEACH WITH RECOVERED RING!

Having unsuccessfully hunted for Sarah’s ring several weeks previously, SRARC Ring Finder member, Stan Flack, had recommended that Sarah put an ad on Craigslist with just enough detail to describe her ring, a general location in hope that another detectorist might have already found it and would see it on Craigslist.

Fast forward two weeks later, SRARC Ring Finder member, Mike Shuler, was out for a fun hunt, unaware of the existence of this ring or that anyone was looking for it. Mike hit a loud unfamiliar tone, and two scoops later he was holding the nicest ring he had ever found!  When Mike got home, he went straight to Craigslist’s Lost & Found section and  typed in “platinum” and was instantly looking at a photo of the ring in his hand!

In the ad, the owner said she had lost the ring exactly three weeks earlier, while playing catch with her kids in the water. Sarah had received a number of disappointing responses, so she didn’t reply the first time Mike tried to contact her. Once Mike said he was affiliated with SRARC, Sarah contacted Mike. Even then, Sarah wanted to see a picture of the ring. Mike sent her a couple of photos, to which Sarah responded with this message:

“I cannot believe you have found my ring! I am overcome with emotion. I thought I would never see it again. Let me gather myself together and I will call you to discuss how we can get it back to me. I truly can’t thank you enough. You are testament that there are still good people in the world. You are truly a blessing. Thank you, thank you, thank you.”

Just goes to show you to never give up on those lost rings because you just never know.  Very proud to have you on the team, Mike!

 

SRARC Ring Finders Metal Detecting Service – Tampa Bay Area, Pinellas County, Manatee County & Sarasota County

Lost something important? We can HELP! Our services are FREE! Donations to the Club are accepted.

We will send a team of metal detector experts to search virtually any location. Some of the most common are parks, beaches, creeks and even your own backyard.  If you have lost your ring or any other precious item, “Don’t Wait – Call Now.”

(Largo) Stan (727) 421-929    (St Pete) Tom (727) 415-7968    (Dunedin) Howard (727) 631-4191    (Bradenton/Sarasota) Wayne  (813) 367-7459

Low tide hunt… Kayakers wedding ring found!

from Seattle (Washington, United States)
Contact: 1-206-651-4779

FOUND IT!

Last week, a kayaker lost his wedding ring after slipping and falling into the bay while launching at the shoreline during low tide. After he and some others tried searching for it this week with no success, I hit the beach this weekend to try my best to reunite him with with his precious ring.

Good information is key to a successful hunt, and I asked him to get some satellite photos where he was, and circle the place he thought it could be. I headed to the beach before I got any answer, and searched anyway. I did my best to guess based on other factors, where I thought it could be.

I hunted for some time before I realized I missed the email, and he had sent me info and pictures that were key to finding it.

He wrote: “I will say another ring finder did a search of the area on Thursday and was unable to find anything. The tide at this beach is enormous. Probably 80ish feet of beach disappears at high tide. Looks like low tide is at 3:48pm this afternoon, if you do still want to look. I will attach some images that may help. The image with the green kayak at the shoreline is where I slipped and it must have come off my finger. But the tide could have taken it anywhere. The big tree stump doesn’t seem to move as well as the flat and curved driftwood I highlight in the image. I was between these two landmarks circled in red at the shoreline where you can see the other kayak in the background. The ring is made of palladium by the way, a member of the platinum family. The tide was somewhere around midway between high and low when I fell in. It will be much further out, as you will see, at 3:48 than it was in this photo.”

He also provided me with a crucial picture that he had taken that day. In it you can see the area he launched from, and some static landmarks.

After hunting another 45 mins or so, I FOUND IT!

Remember, time is of the essence when it comes to finding your precious belongings! Don’t give up hope, and give me a call or email me please! I want to help you find your rings, and your smiles!

Good info was the key!

Lowtide success!

Saved from Elliot Bay!

Stunning platinum & diamond ring recovered with help of Cyril, The Treasure Hunting Dog!

from Seattle (Washington, United States)
Contact: 1-206-651-4779
Platinum & Diamond Ring Recovered!

Beautiful Engagement Ring Found!

Today I received an urgent request from Melody, who lost her engagement ring over the weekend. Luckily I was able to rush out to look as soon as we spoke. Me and the dog hit the road!

Me and the treasure dog, Cyril, teamed up to search. He seemed more interested in eating grass and rolling around in smelly stuff than looking for diamonds, but I still consider him my lucky charm. After a short hunt… SUCCESS!!!

Melody did the right thing by reaching out for my help promptly, after searching… with no success, for her beautiful platinum and diamond ring. She provided me with the details that my detector and I needed to quickly find her ring in a highly trafficked area, where it could have been “lost” forever if someone found it before us. Time is of the essence when it comes to recovering lost jewelry!

Not every search is a success, so it was great confidence booster to happily reunite Melody with this important, beautiful ring! And Cyril couldn’t care less!

Platinum Stunner!

Stunner!

Breaktime!

Hunting ain’t easy!

WOW!

Lost Ring in Fort Worth,Tx or Mid-Cities Area

from Dallas (Texas, United States)
Contact: 1-972-523-4447

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Dallas Ring Finders

“When you want your jewelry to find you!”

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Don & Ellen Wilson

DALLAS RING FINDERS (OVER 120+ SUCCESSFUL FINDS)

“WHEN YOU WANT YOUR JEWELRY TO FIND YOU!”

DON & ELLEN WILSON

DALLAS (TEXAS, UNITED STATES)
CONTACT: DON & ELLEN WILSON – 972-523-4447

Search Locations

We live in the North Dallas area, anywhere within reasonable driving distance is normally OK with us.

Search Types

Parks, Yards, Flower Beds, and we can do underwater up to 25 feet in depth.

Check out our YouTube Channel at “Dallas Ring Finders” for 30+ Fun Videos of some of our recent recoveries.

2017 by Don Wilson

Hello, if you have lost a Ring, Watch or Bracelet we possibly can help you find it. My wife and I have been Metal Detector hobbyists for a long time. We have been members of the “The Ring Finders” group as a finder of rings/other metal items. We have multiple types of Metal Detectors and Pin Pointing devices, whether it’s lost in your yard, a park, field or even underwater (up to 25 feet in depth) we can help. We work on a Reward Basis, give us a call and let us see if we can find your missing valuable(s). We have had great success in recovering of some very special items10

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UPDATE! Man looses Wedding Ring while clearing property, Colleyville,Tx Found! 01/2016

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UPDATE! Lady looses Wedding for the 3rd time in her front yard, Ducanville,Tx Found! 12/2015

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UPDATE! Lady looses Wedding Ring playing fetch with her dog, Dalworthington,Tx                 Found! 12/2015

UPDATE! Man looses Wedding Ring repairing sprinkler system 3 YEARS AGO, Fort Worth,Tx Found! 11/2015

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UPDATE! Man looses Wedding Ring while doing jump at Water Ski Park, Waco,Tx Found! 10/2015

UPDATE! Man looses Wedding Ring while planting roses, Corinth,Tx – Found,Tx 10/2015

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IMG_2594UPDATE! Lost Grandfather’s Ring falling out of Kayak near Waco,Tx – Found! 08/2015 

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*UPDATE!   Wedding Ring lost while playing Volleyball in Dallas, Texas – Found! 10/2013

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*UPDATE!  Doctors ring found at Lake Home in Lake Worth,Texas – Found! 09/2013

*UPDATE!  Man’s Wedding Ring found at Lake Lavon,Texas after Tube Fishing – Found! 09/2013

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*UPDATE!  Man’s Wedding Ring thrown into backyard in anger – Found! 06/2013

IMG_2182*UPDATE!  Ladies Diamond Pendant Lost on 10 acres of land while tending Longhorns – Found! 04/2013

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* UPDATE! 3 Caret Wedding Ring lost on ranch while building chicken coup — Found! 11/2012

*UPDATE!   Man’s wedding band found behind baseboard in bathroom  — Found! 09/2012

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Just a few of our Happy Customers!  

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We can help you, just give us a call!

Don & Ellen Wilson

You can contact us  at

972-523-4447 in Carrollton,TX

Don.Wilson@theringfinders.com