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Lost and Found gold bracelet in backyard using metal detector

  • from Miami (Florida, United States)

If you’ve recently lost something and need a metal detecting professional to come out and find it, give me a call (Louis 305-608-1870).  This bracelet was lost on New Years Eve at night during a party.  They searched for several days and couldn’t find it.  They figured someone must have picked it up and walk away with it.  They wanted closure by hiring me to detecting the whole yard.  They just wanted to exhaust all efforts before giving up, but instead I was able to find it !!! This bracelet was very special and sentimental.  If you want your lost item found, whether its in the shallow water at the beach, sand, or backyard, give me a call.

Lost Class Ring Found On Beach in North Wildwood, NJ

  • from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)


The class ring was found! I received a call from Dieter, owner of the Fishtown Pizza Truck, that Darby had lost her ring on the beach in the sand. The family was happy the sentimental ring was found!


Lost wedding ring in the bay, Ocean Gate NJ, Recovered by Edward Trapper, NJ Ring Finder

  • from Seaside Park (New Jersey, United States)

Andrew called asking about locating his wedding ring he lost in the bay the night before. We talked for a while and he was positive of the location the ring popped of while catching a football.  He said it was in chest deep water, and he had pictures of exactly when it came off. I met him at the house a few hours  later, got my gear together, and we walked out to the spot.  Well, the water was quite rougher and deeper than it was the prior evening, but we continued the search with no luck, as he stood in the exact spot he said it flew off. After 2 hours we threw in the towel, and decided to resume searching in the morning at low tide. I brought my weight belt to hold me down, and a buoy to mark the spot. After about an hour I got a strong signal that turned out to be his ring. Turns out it was closer to chin/shoulder deep where it was lost, and low tide with no boat traffic allowed me to get his ring in my scoop in roughly 5′ of water.  Definitely one of the more challenging recoveries, due to the water depth, and not being able to see my equipment on the bottom.  Andrew and his wife were totally amazed.

Lost wedding ring in the sand, Ocean Grove NJ, recovered by Edward Trapper, NJ Ring Finder

  • from Seaside Park (New Jersey, United States)

Ally called and said her husband lost his wedding ring about an hour prior, throwing a football down by the waters edge with his son.  She knew the general area and had it marked well, but was concerned because the tide was rising, and there was a rough surf from the south east winds that were blowing. I told her I could  be there in about 30 minutes, and rather than waiting for the next low tide, we needed to get moving  ASAP, or it would most likely get pulled down past the drop off where it would get buried and out of reach of my machine.  When I arrived Ally and Tom discussed how the ring flew off, and that she had briefly seen it while looking, but the waves made it quickly disappear.  There was quite a huge audience of sunbathers watching, as I started my search in waste deep water, figuring that was the most likely spot the ring would have settled.  The waves were making this a very challenging recovery, but in just a short while the ring was in my scoop.   All eyes were on me and I knew I had to get it on the first scoop, or it would possibly slide down below the drop-off. I walked up out of the waves, held up the scoop, and Ally, Tom, and their family were shocked, along with the audience patiently waiting to see the ring.  Another fantastic recovery.

Lost Ring in the sand, Harvey Cedars NJ, LBI, “Aggies” Recovered by Edward Trapper, NJ Ring Finder

  • from Seaside Park (New Jersey, United States)

I had just gotten off work when Henry called. He had lost his  Texas A+M  ring in the sand while at the beach enjoying the day with the family. Henry explained that he had taken it off while he was fishing, and put it in the chair cup holder.  The chair had tipped over and when he looked for the ring it had disappeared into the sand. They had dug around for a bit with no luck, so he decided to call a professional. He had gotten my name from one of the locals, who mentioned the many successful recoveries I have.  I told him it would be about 30/45 min depending on the holiday traffic. When I arrived he pointed to the chair the ring was in, and the area he had been looking. Just like Henry said, the ring was right there, but it had sunk about 8″ inches or more in the soft sand.  We snapped a few pictures, and he gave me the thumbs up “Gig’em” Aggies sign.

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Lost cell phone on the beach, Seaside Park NJ, recovered by Edward Trapper, NJ Ring Finder

  • from Seaside Park (New Jersey, United States)

I got a call from Steve about a cell phone his wife had lost at the beach. He sounded pretty nervous, and explained that the tide was washing over the spot it was lost. I told him I would be there in about 20 min, and to stop digging with the shovel in fear that it would get broken, and the salt water would ruin it.  When I arrived there was a small moon creator where he had been digging. Steve explained his wife was doing a sand heart video when the hole caved in, which was about 2′ deep.  Then a few large waves washed over it and made it next to impossible for her to continue looking, that’s when she called him for help and the shovel. After a quick search of the area I came up empty handed. Unfortunately after slowly digging and searching it was still no where to be found, and he decided to give up. He messaged me the next day with a picture he didn’t know existed and it showed his wife about 3′ east of the area we had previously looked. To top that off it was right where he had put a large pile of sand to block the rising tide. He picked me up the next evening and the phone was found in about 5 minutes. Steve couldn’t believe how quick it went once we were searching the right area.

Lost Ring OB III Lavallette NJ found by Edward Trapper NJ Ring Finder

  • from Seaside Park (New Jersey, United States)
I was tagged in a post about a lost ring at OB III Lavallette NJ over Memorial Day weekend. A few people had searched for the ring with no luck. I knew the general area it was lost, from the information I was given. Trevor had placed the ring in the chair pocket, applied some sun block, and shortly later fell asleep to the sounds of the surf hitting the beach. When he woke up he folded up the chair and forgot the ring was in the chair pocket. With that said I knew the location would be different than where he set up for the day at the beach. About a week later I went to do the recovery, and 20 min. later the ring was in the scoop. Trevor and I finally were able to make arrangements for him to pick up the ring, and now its back on back on his finger as I am writing this.

Lost 14k White Gold Cross and Chain Found Ventnor NJ by Ring Finders South Jersey John Favano

  • from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)

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Sheila contacted me today about her fiancé’s chain and cross that were accidentally left on the beach in Ventnor, NJ.  The surf was rough yesterday, so he decided to take it off before going into the ocean.  Forgetting that it was in the side pocket of the beach chair, the jewelry dropped into the sand when packing up. They didn’t realize it was missing until after they got home and were extremely upset because it is very sentimental.  I met with the couple on the beach and they gave me the approximate location where it could have been lost.  Something in the distance caught my eye as I was walking around detecting.  It glistened for a second, so I decided to walk toward it.  It turned out to be the edge of the cross peeking out of the sand! It’s a great feeling when you find what you’re looking for, but it’s extra special when you recover something so sentimental.

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  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

Vancouver Ring Finder Chris Turner- Ring Recovery Specialist…Lost your ring?… Metal Detecting Service/Call ASAP  Anytime   778-838-3463 

Yes there is such a thing called TheRingFinders… A global directory with over 560 members helping people find what they thought was lost forever…I was on a ring search when I got a text message asking for help in another lake not far from where I was searching. After I made the recovery for these people I reached out and talk to the person who had lost his white gold wedding band in a lake. I told him it was crucial that we attack it quickly because so many people now hunt these lakes and it won’t take long before somebody scoops it up. I came to learn the ring had been lost for eight days, not a great thing to hear.

However I responded quickly and went directly to that lake, unfortunately they had closed the parking lot and I could not get in, I tried for many hours but they kept turning me away. I found a parking spot approximately 2 km from the lake and decided to walk in, the only thing I didn’t know was it was another 2 1/2 km to the lake once I got to the gate entry.

Oh well a long walk and I was very hopeful that I could find it for him! After a long hot walk I was looking so forward to going into that beautiful water and within 25 minutes I found his white gold wedding band that had been there for eight days… I was so happy to be able to continue that story after finding out he was only married in January and you can only imagine how much that meant to him to get it back.






Vancouver Ring Finder Chris Turner- Ring Recovery Specialist…Lost your ring?… Metal Detecting Service/Call ASAP  Anytime   778-838-3463  I have the best job in the world, I love helping people more than anything I’ve ever done in my lifetime. I get to make people smile, I get to hear their stories of what their ring/lost items mean to them, and I get to see how happy they are when I find it…


Lost Gold Virginia Military Institute Class Ring Found Brigantine, NJ by Ring Finders South Jersey John Favano

  • from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)

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Jack lost his Virginia Military Institute class ring while he and his family were in Brigantine, NJ for a beach day. The ring flew off his finger while tossing a ball back to people playing in the ocean. I started a grid search in the water and eventually worked my way toward the shore. Jack and his wife thought they might have been over to the right more, so I walked toward that direction along the shoreline. Three steps later, the sentimental ring was found!

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