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Brigantine NJ Lost Wedding Band & Silver Ring Found by Ring Finders South Jersey

  • from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)
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Bill gave me a call about his wife Amy’s rings that were lost in Brigantine, NJ. The couple was sitting on a blanket watching their son take surfing lessons when Amy placed a sentimental silver ring that was custom-made by her son and her wedding band on the blanket. She forgot her rings were there when she pulled up the blanket and shook it out. I met them later in the afternoon and was able to find both rings after a short grid-search.

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

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Matt and his family spent some time on the beach in Atlantic City, NJ today. For safekeeping, he put his wedding band in his hat. As he was walking off the beach, he remembered that he didn’t put the ring back on. It was too late by that point. The ring was already lost in the sand. He gave me a call and I met him and his parents where they thought the ring could have dropped. After a few minutes of searching, I was able to recover the band!

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Lost Engagement Ring and Wedding Band Ocean City, NJ Found by Ring Finders South Jersey John Favano

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Christine called me yesterday about her engagement ring and wedding band that were lost in Ocean City, NJ on Sunday. She realized the rings were missing after she got home and thought they might have dropped in the sand while packing up her beach chair. She gave me the general location of where she sat on the beach and I went to go search. Within 20 minutes of using the metal detector, both rings were found.

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Family Heirloom Ring Lost in Stone Harbor NJ Found by Ring Finders South Jersey John Favano

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I received a call from Teri about her father’s World War II ring that was lost in Stone Harbor, NJ on Saturday. Her father, who was very fond of the sea, was a Merchant Marine in World War II and his ring is very sentimental to the family. Her son, Patch, has been wearing the ring for the past few years. To keep the ring safe while on the beach, he placed it in the cup holder of a beach chair. Unknowingly, his cousin put on the backpack chair and went to the water to clean off some sand before leaving. Patch realized the ring had fallen out, and he and his family searched the area. They resigned to the thought that it was probably lost forever since it may have been dropped in the ocean.
I met up with Teri and did an extensive search of the area where it might have fallen out. I had to return a second time to be able to go out farther in the water. It was in waist-deep water that I finally got the signal. It was a great feeling when the ring showed up in the scoop and was able to be returned to the family.

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

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Matt lost his wedding band while he and his son were jumping waves in Ocean City, NJ this past Friday. The ring was lost going in to high tide. The first attempt to recover it was nearly impossible due to the rough waves from the incoming tide, so I returned the next day at low tide to be able to go out farther in the ocean where it might have dropped. After about 20 minutes of searching, I got a nice signal from the metal detector and the ring was found!

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Gold Cartier Love Ring Lost in the Sand Found Avalon NJ by Ring Finders South Jersey John Favano

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Josephine sent me a text asking for help to find her ring on the beach in Avalon, NJ. She lost her gold Cartier Love ring while throwing a ball. It flew off her finger and was was swallowed by the sand instantly. Her ring is very sentimental to her because it was a gift from her grandfather. After a quick search with my metal detector, the ring was recovered!
 
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Wedding Ring lost In Sand Found North Wildwood NJ Found by Ring Finders South Jersey John Favano

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I received a call from Tim about his wife, Regina’s, wedding band that was lost in the sand in North Wildwood, NJ. He explained that the ring was in his pocket and must have fell out when he pulled his keys out. Shortly after my arrival and a quick search with my metal detector, the wedding band was found! It was another awesome day on the beach and it felt great to hear Regina comment that I helped “save the vacation.” Now the ring is safely back on her finger, and the family can continue to relax and enjoy the rest of the week!

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Lost Gold Wedding Band Found Longport NJ by Ring Finders South Jersey

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I received a message from Marisa on my Ring Finders South Jersey Facebook page about her antique wedding band that was lost yesterday.  She was standing in the surf in Longport, NJ when a wave came in and caused the ring to slide off her finger.  She saw it drop into the ocean and thought she would never see it again. Ironically, she happened to see the news segment earlier in the day about a lost wedding band that I found and reached out to me. I went out at sunrise to catch low tide since it was lost in the surf.  After roughly 35 minutes of gridding the surf and wet sand, I was able to find it!