#rings found in backyard Tag | The Ring Finders

Lots of hugs and crying after engagement ring is found in Allentown, PA

  • from Reading (Pennsylvania, United States)

I received a text from Danielle saying that she lost her engagement ring while playing outside with her children during the Thanksgiving weekend. She bought a cheap metal detector and searched for several days before deciding to contact me. We had several texts back and forth before she felt comfortable having me search for her ring. She was sure someone had already found the ring and didn’t want to waste my time. I assured her that if the ring was in her yard, I would find it, as it was a very small yard and had only been missing for a week. I met Danielle and she showed me where the ring came off after she threw a toy to her children. I searched the entire area for about an hour and was only finding bottle caps and scraps of aluminum just under the surface of the grass. As Danielle watched me search, she just kept repeating, “someone found and took my ring, it’s gone”. She had lost all hope of finding it and I was losing hope as well, as I had searched most of the yard twice. When I was about to quit and return to my truck, I received a signal in the gold range but it was not very strong. I searched with my pin pointer and it hit on the ring in a small patch of higher grass. It was pushed into the soil as if someone stepped on it. Danielle had been back inside working from home when I knocked on her door. As she opened the door, I was holding her ring and she was overcome with emotion and began to cry and hug me. I was so thrilled to return her ring and see her emotions as we were sure someone had found it already. If you lost a piece of jewelry, don’t wait or try to find it with a cheap metal detector. Call me at 610-207-8677 to have a professional with the proper equipment to find it.

3 Gold and diamond rings lost for four months recovered. Pingree Grove, Illinois

  • from Rockford (Illinois, United States)

I received a text from Melissa letting me know that she’d heard about me on The Ring Finders website. She said that she had lost her wedding rings in her backyard back in May which was a little over four months ago.  I assured her that if she indeed did lose them in the backyard they should be pretty easy to find.  After a few weeks we were able to set up a time to do the search.  She gave me the story of how she thought that the rings were lost. Her and her husband were having a water ballon fight with their son in their backyard.  When she went inside later in the day she noticed that her rings were missing. So I started a grid search on the left side of the backyard and I carefully worked my way across the the yard.  I was running out of space quickly but  after about a hour of  searching and only about 2 passes left before covering the entire yard I got a loud double beep! I knew that it was the rings! As i looked down i could see one laying in a small patch of dirt without any grass, and as I was bending over to grab it I spotted a second one about a foot away! That’s 2! The other one couldn’t be far. After a couple of swings about 4 feet away was the 3rd one!! Melissa was very emotional after I handed her the rings and told me how the 2 wedding bands were constructed from jewlery from living and passed family members! I was so happy to be able to help!