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A Lost Diamond Earring was Found in the Grass! Niantic, CT

  • from Stonington (Connecticut, United States)

A lost diamond earring was found in the grass in Niantic, CT. The owner of the lost diamond earring was playing with the young family member when she felt the earring get pulled from her ear. The natural reaction is to grab for the ear, and good thing she did because she was able to catch the earring back. BUT not the gold and diamond stud. She helplessly watched the diamond earring roll down the front of the little girl’s dress and into the grass. This particular woman was a repeat customer, so she knew the drill! She planted a marking flag and called me right away to look for the lost diamond earring. Stud earrings only have a bit of metal, so the detection equipment must be very sensitive. I have an XP DEUS with a high-frequency coil used for gold prospecting, so I had the right equipment for this job. The very first signal was the lost diamond earring. Before picking it up, I noticed it worked its way down into the base of the grass and was pressing up against the soil. Here is the link for the rings I found for her back in July 2019 –  https://theringfinders.com/blog/Keith.Wille/2019/07/lost-ring-niantic-connecticut-found/

How to Find a Lost Earring

Did you lose an earring in the grass? It happens all the time! Don’t waste time renting, borrowing, or purchasing a metal detector. Stop, mark the area where you believe the ring was lost, and give me a call. My jewelry-finding service covers Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and surrounding states.

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Lost Ring Pine Grove Niantic CT… Found!

  • from Stonington (Connecticut, United States)

“This ring is extra meaningful, not only because it represents my achievement of graduating from college, and not only because it connects me to an earlier generation of Vassar women, and not only because it was given to me by one of my favorite professors, but also because it is something I will cherish forever, a piece that will remind me of how much I loved my school. Although I did not have the graduation and end of senior year I had hoped for, I’m so happy to always carry a little piece of Vassar with me!” – Emma.

A lost college ring brought me to one of Connecticut’s earliest coastal communities, Pine Grove in Niantic, CT. I approached the small riverside beach, not knowing what to expect as far as search conditions. The circumstance was unusual for me because I typically hear the job’s fine details before arriving. Only briefly discussing the lost ring over the phone, I realized the location was only 20-minutes away, and I could squeeze the search between the other things I had scheduled for the day – there was no time to get the details if I was going to make this search happen. Emma stored her ring in the side pocket of her chair for safekeeping. Later, she dug into the pocket and must have unknowingly pulled out the college ring while retrieving the other items. I had my starting point investigating the area and seeing the telltale dig marks in the sand next to the chair. By calling me right away, before moving the chair and before excavating half the sand on the small beach, Emma set the conditions up for a quick recovery. I understood the ring’s rarity when I saw the vintage gold glimmer in the sand.

“THANK YOU, Keith, for reuniting me with my one-of-a-kind memento! It is so special to me, and I am so happy that I can proudly wear it for years and years to come.” – Emma

Lost ring in the sand? Contact a professional detectorist to discuss the next steps. Serving Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and short distances into other surrounding states. If you have a lost a ring or something of value, contact Keith Wille now.

uncoverthings@yahoo.com | Call or text 860-917-8947 | www.metaldetectionkeithwille.com

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