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Lost 10th Year Wedding Anniversary Ring After Watermelon Rind Throw…Found in Middle River, Maryland

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Metal detectorist and member of THE RING FINDERS, Brian Rudolph, found this lovely 10 karat white gold 10th year wedding anniversary diamond ring for Stephanie after throwing a watermelon rind.

Stephanie and Mike excitedly show off their smiles and Stephanie’s beautiful 10 karat white gold 10th year wedding anniversary diamond ring recovered by ring finder Brian Rudolph.

Brian Rudolph, Lost Item Recovery Specialist (Land, Water, Sand, Snow, Leaves, Cliffs, Houses & Vehicles) Will Find Your Lost Keepsake! Call ASAP (301) 466-8644!

I received a call from Stephanie who was simply heartbroken about the loss of her 10 karat white gold 10th year wedding anniversary diamond ring. She was throwing watermelon rinds off of her second story deck out towards the back of her property when her precious keepsake flew off of her finger. The watermelon leftovers mostly landed on the other side of the fence where a water runoff is located. That section is considered common land and anyone can walk back there.

Stephanie immediately went out looking for her sentimental keepsake and no matter how much she searched, there was no ring to be found. She spent hours out there with tears in her eyes hoping to spot the diamond filled piece of precious metal. Yet, all of her valiant efforts still led to no avail.

When the poor young lady wasn’t able to find the anniversary ring, her husband Mike went out with a metal detector that he bought that day and he too could not “pull the rabbit out of the hat”. That’s when Stephanie looked online and found the elite international metal detectorist directory founded by CEO Chris Turner called THE RING FINDERS. She looked up the local ring finders in her area and my name popped up.

It was such a joy talking with Stephanie over the phone and getting the entire account of what happened to her beautiful 10 karat white gold diamond ring. I told her that I couldn’t wait to get over to the property and help recover the lost piece of jewelry for the couple.

Later that evening, I arrived at Stephanie’s Middle River, Maryland house to conduct the search. The young woman reenacted exactly what happened and Mike shared where he metal detected on both sides of the fence. First, I laid grid lanes down on the back lawn and metal detected their entire backyard. Though Stephanie thought that she saw the ring fly towards the fence, I wanted to metal detect the easiest portion of the property before having to deal with the metal fence and the high grass that was on the other side of the chain link divider.

When I could not find the ring on the lawn, I packed up all of my gear and went to the other side of the fence and began searching all around that area. I found multiple pieces of watermelon rinds and I kept my scanning in that particular vicinity. It was a mess back there but I diligently detected every square inch that I could with all of the weeds and high grass that made life extremely difficult for me.

My last leg of the search had to do with switching my metal detector coil down to a smaller size coil In order for me to detect closer along the fence line. At that point in my investigation, I concluded that Stephanie must have been accurate in her remembrance that she thought she saw the ring go through the fence or over the fence. Since I couldn’t find the piece of jewelry anywhere else, I was pretty certain that I would find the ring somewhere close up against the chain link fence area.

As it turned out, I did in fact find Stephanie’s gorgeous 10 karat white gold diamond ring right up against the bottom of the chain link fence on the common property side of the divider. No one would have been able to find the MIA jewel unless they used a couple of detectors and special techniques to find “separation” between the metal fence and where the ring was buried below the grass line. I was so excited that I zeroed in on the right signal that I had been looking for all along! When my eyes beheld that beautiful piece of gold that had endless diamonds encrusted all around its lovely shell, my happiness for Stephanie could not be contained!

Stephanie and Mike were beyond elated with the news that I was able to recover the 10th wedding anniversary treasure! Just like when Stephanie expressed her emotions on the phone earlier that day, she once again broke down in tears of joy with so much gratitude in her heart for what I was able to accomplish for the couple that evening! It was all well worth the trip to Middle River, Maryland to rescue that irreplaceable keepsake! Especially after seeing the two brilliant smiles of my clients once again appear upon their countenances!

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Lost Diamond Engagement Ring and Wedding Band After Apple Throw…Found in Annapolis, Maryland

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Pam’s 14 karat white gold 1 carat diamond engagement ring and 14 carat white gold diamond wedding band – both recovered by ring finder Brian Rudolph.

Pam could not be happier as she holds up her two cherished sentimental keepsakes that were successfully recovered by proud member of THE RING FINDERS, Brian Rudolph.

Brian Rudolph, Lost Item Recovery Specialist (Land, Water, Sand, Snow, Leaves, Cliffs, Houses & Vehicles) Will Find Your Lost Keepsake! Call ASAP (301) 466-8644!

I received a call from a woman named Pam who lost both her 14 karat white gold, 1 carat diamond engagement ring and her 14 carat white gold half infinity-style diamond wedding band.

She was driving into her neighborhood when she threw an apple out of her window in order to feed some deer that always hang out on the grass on the opposite side of the road. When Pam released the apple, both of her precious keepsakes went flying off of her finger!

Pam heard a “clink” sound coming from the direction of the pavement on the opposite lane of the street. It appeared that one or both rings had ended up hitting the concrete. The woman panicked and immediately pulled over to the side of the road in order to seek after her “jettisoned” jewelry. With all of Pam’s efforts to try to recover her lost rings out there in the dark, sadly she was unable to find even one of her possessions.

Early the next morning, Pam and her housekeeper returned once more to the search site to see if they could find the two sentimental keepsakes. However, after a very long time of combing over the road, curb and grassy areas (without stepping in the grass in fear that the rings would be pushed down into the ground), the two ladies finally gave up and returned back to Pam’s estate.

Though Pam was extremely disappointed and perplexed at the disappearance of her very special diamond engagement ring and diamond wedding band, she was not about to give up by any means. The young lady went online and looked for a metal detecting service in Annapolis, Maryland. One of my ring finding articles that I published on THE RING FINDERS website popped up on her screen and immediately Pam reached out to me by phone.

Later that morning, I drove out to the search site to meet up with Pam who showed me the “scene of the crime”. The woman was extremely helpful in showing me how she drove by and approximately where she threw the apple. My client even pointed out the apple which had landed up in the grass on the opposite side of the road. This was a very important piece of evidence which would help me narrow the section that I needed to metal detect.

Once I got all of the details, I returned to my car and retrieved all of the necessary metal detecting gear that I would use for the ring search. My biggest concern was that one or both rings ended up being picked up by an oncoming vehicle’s tire sometime during the night or in the early morning hours before Pam and the housekeeper arrived. It’s very easy to miss these little “halos” out on the street or in parking lots. So it was quite possible that Pam just did not see one or both of the rings while she diligently searched that night.

Once I made sure that there were no pieces of jewelry in the road or along the curb, I scanned the grassy areas starting closest to the curb and worked my way down the street. I made several passes (or grid lanes) that were approximately 60 feet in length. Each time that I finished another lane, I moved up the grassy incline another 4 feet and started a new pass.

I encountered quite a few potential signals during my search out there along the road. However, each time that I checked out the curious target at hand, it would end up being either a bottle cap or some small piece of scrap aluminum. I didn’t give up.

At some point, I hit another fantastic target signal that was located 25 feet from where the apple came to rest. I knelt down on the ground and used my pinpointer to identify the exact spot of where the piece of metal was resting. I am excited to share that I did in fact recover the lost diamond engagement ring! It was absolutely exquisite looking! Pam was down the street looking around the curbside areas when I discovered the special keepsake. I continued with hope that I would find the wedding band some place nearby to where I recovered the engagement ring. I so hoped it had made its way to the grass and not picked up by a tire.

I thought, ‘The odds that both rings made it across the road and that at least one bounced and still made it into the grass was very minimal at best to believe’. But I kept my hope alive that perhaps the wedding band traveled farther up the hill. Well, that wish certainly came to fruition because I did in fact get another great signal coming from my detector and it turned out to be Pam’s beautiful half infinity-style diamond wedding band! It was found about 3 feet away from the other ring and farther up the hill! I rejoiced within me knowing that my client would soon be reunited with her irreplaceable jewelry!

Pam could not have been happier to be handed her amazing rings and I thanked the Lord for answering our prayer that we lifted up to God before I began the search! What a wonderful moment that was to preserve more “symbols of love” and to allow for these special stories to continue through Pam’s family line from here on out!

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HE WILL RETURN TO YOU WHAT HAS BEEN LOST!

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Throwing a Ring is “Normal”

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Carlise’s gigantic 14 karat yellow gold and 2 carat diamond solitaire engagement ring with 40 additional diamonds (adding up to another 3 carats worth of diamonds)!

Chris and Carlise happy together once again now that the couple’s gorgeous “super bowl” size ring was finally recovered by professional ring finder and metal detectorist Brian Rudolph

Brian Rudolph, Lost Item Recovery Specialist (Land, Water, Sand, Snow, Leaves, Cliffs, Houses & Vehicles) Will Find Your Lost Keepsake! Call ASAP (301) 466-8644!

The word “normal” is defined as: conforming to a standard; usual, typical, or expected. When somebody gets upset with someone else, throwing a ring happens to be more expected than you would think.

As a professional ring finder, I along with many members of the elite metal detectorist directory called THE RING FINDERS have met hundreds of clients who lost their rings due to tossing or throwing a wedding band, engagement ring, sweetheart ring, promise ring or maybe a combination of all the above.

In the case of Carlise and Chris, they too had their moment of stress, and as a result… Carlise’s 14 karat yellow gold, 2 carat diamond solitaire engagement ring with 40 additional diamonds (adding up to another 3 carats worth of diamonds) went completely missing somewhere on the side of their house.

For the next week, the couple along with some of their friends searched diligently with a metal detector for the very special keepsake, but all of their efforts led to no avail. When one metal detector did not work, they sent it back and ordered a second one to try that one out and still the ring was nowhere to be found. Eventually, the couple searched online and fortunately they found THE RING FINDERS website. Before long I was on my phone talking with Chris and scheduling a time to come out to help recover his wife’s lost engagement ring.

The next day, I arrived at the couple’s residence and I couldn’t wait to get started with the search. Carlise shared with me where she was standing in the driveway when she threw her beautiful piece of gold and “ice”.

As soon as I got all of the facts, I took out my metal detector and other necessary gear from the car and started the search on the lawn just along side of the driveway. Within a minute or two, my metal detector gave me just the right signal that I had been looking for! I took my pinpointer, knelt down to the ground and carefully checked the spot where my machine was sounding off. There it was! Hidden in the grass just feet from the edge of the driveway, my eyes beheld a huge “super bowl” sized engagement ring! I had never seen such a humongous betrothal keepsake! There were diamonds everywhere around that very large 2 carat solitaire rock!

The moment that I grabbed the ring between the blades of glass where I discovered the jewel, I took off in the direction of where Carlise was standing and I immediately presented her with the amazing engagement ring! My client absolutely lost it with excitement! Carlise couldn’t believe that I had found her lost jewel so very quickly after she, Chris and a number of others had spent countless hours searching for the ring all to come up completely empty handed!

I reminded my clients before and after the search project that throwing rings are quite normal in my line of work. So many couples take their anger out on these precious objects that I call “symbols of love”. You may ask yourself, ‘Why throw these expensive irreplaceable items?’. The answer is simple; I will sum it up with two questions and two answers.

1. What’s the one object that means the most to someone at one point in time that represents love, commitment, faithfulness, covenant and thoughtfulness? Answer: A ring.

2. What’s one way to get your loved one’s attention when deciding to lose control? Answer: Throwing that meaningful and irreplaceable object!

You see, though it’s unhealthy, unfruitful and extremely hurtful to throw such an important item, it’s still considered a very normal and expected behavioral response. So much so that I truly expect to soon get another phone call or text from yet another client who did the very same thing that Carlise and Chris had sadly experienced!

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CALL BRIAN RUDOLPH WITH THE RING FINDERS AT (301) 466-8644!

VISIT THE RING FINDER’S WEBSITE TO READ MORE OF BRIAN’S SUCCESSFUL SEARCH STORIES at:

TheRingFinders.com/Brian.Rudolph/

HE WILL RETURN TO YOU WHAT HAS BEEN LOST!

VISIT BRIAN’S BUSINESS WEBSITE FOR ADDITIONAL SERVICES, STORIES AND INFORMATION AT: www.MetalDetectingAdventures.com