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Lost Diamond Engagement Ring in a Laguna Beach House.. Found in Sofa

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
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***  Darin’s fiancé lost her diamond engagement ring in their Laguna Beach house. She last remembered setting it on the table next to her laptop computer while she types.  Darin made the call asking for assistance. I said, I would need to be able to talk to his fiancé when I get to the home.

We met shortly after the phone call. Calle showed me the table where she uses her computer. She was sure that the ring was on the table the last she remembered. I asked if it was loose fitting and if she had left the house. Also, when did she realize the ring was missing. 

Often rings left on tables, counters, etc. get knocked off into drawers, shoes, anything that maybe on the floor. Sometimes that box, piece of clothing, etc. may get moved to another location or kicked under the stove / refrigerator. Calle did say the ring was loose needing to be resized. That could mean it could have fallen of when putting things in boxes, drawers or trash.

She was in the car when realizing that her ring was missing. We eliminated the car then went through the trash. Even taking a few seconds to passing my pinpointer over their dog’s stomach. Most the in house search was done using the handheld pinpointer detector. There were no places for the ring to hide near the computer table.  We finally located the beautiful diamond engagement ring in a fold of the sofa that drapes down the front of the sofa.

It had been torn loose by the dog and Calle often tucks it in place. She was embarrassed that she hadn’t remembered that action. 

I was glad for the ring was found because the next place to search was a two block area street search where Calle had walked the dog. Darin and Calle were very happy and surprised to have the original symbol of a special day in their lives back where it belongs. It was an honor and a pleasure to help them.

 

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Large Gold Ring Lost in Garden .. Silverlake Residential Area of Los Angeles, CA. . Found

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
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*** Not all searches are as easy as they sound when you hear a description of the loss during a phone call.  Laura called me shortly after losing a one ounce gold ring while doing gardening in her backyard. She felt it come off her finger. She lives in the Silverlake residential area of Los Angeles, CA. which is about an hour away. We would have about enough time to find the ring before dark.

I was able to meet Laura at her home where she walked me to backyard garden area. It was a beautiful large garden area with many mature Agave and other type plants. The good thing was she had been standing in one spot when she raise her ring hand with an underhand motion. That’s when the heavy yellow gold ring came off her finger.

My plan was to use my detector and pinpointer in the open areas because the heavy ring had a good chance to fall through the plants into the undergrowth. It was very unlikely that it went more than 30 ft. My detector only produced a few targets so I went to the pinpointer to get under the plants. The pinpointer was not able to discriminate and I was using up precious daylight time chasing ferrous targets such as nails, etc. It dark now and I was not satisfied that I had covered underneath the plants thoroughly. Already making plans to come back to search tomorrow.

Giving up on crawling around in the dark with the hand held pinpointer detector, I thought I’d take a few minutes to do visual search with my bright search light. The ring showed up in the heavy leaves of the Agave plants. Laura was there to celebrate the find. I enjoyed being able to help Laura and meeting her husband. They were a very nice couple and we had a very nice visit before I left to return to my home. I love doing this, it doesn’t get old. It’s nice to be retired and have the time to do be available to do these searches.

 

“I WILL TRY ANYWHERE “  ..  Stan the Metal Detector Man

Lost White Gold Diamond Wedding Ring in Sand .. Huntington State Beach, CA. .. Found

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
Contact: 1-949-500-2136

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Crystal found my contact information on line. She told me that she had put her two rings on a towel that was on her beach chair. Later, when she went to move her chair under the shaded canopy, she grabbed the towel throwing it in a small tent they had set up for her young child. Crystal was holding her young daughter in her arms when she move the chair with the free hand.
It was just a few minutes after moving into the shade that she realized what she had done. Everybody jumped in to help and they were able to find the double wedding band, but couldn’t find the larger diamond engagement ring.

I was confident this would be an easy search judging by past searches.. Not so easy, I was begining to lose hope that the ring was still in the area. It was a white gold with large solitaire surrounded by quite a few diamonds, possibly it was buried deep by the other people searching by hand. I’ve also read that these solitaire rings may be lying in a vertical position, heavy end down. Three or four passes changing my settings on my detector to optimize detection depth with no success. I could see the look! from others that were watching me. ” Does this guy know what he’s doing look?”
As last resort we moved 35 feet away from where the first ring was found to check under the shaded canopy. Three or four swings inside, I got a strong solid hit, a nice low tone (12-03 TID).
A beautiful white gold solitaire diamond ring in my sand scoop.
We think that the ring may have dropped on her daughter or stayed on the chair till she brought everything inside the canopy. Another example of why I should not assume that both rings fell at the same time in the same place.
It was a challenging search that had me wondering if my equipment was working properly. My next move would have been to get one of my other backup detectors. Pulse induction detectors that get all metals with a little more depth.
Everybody seemed to be impressed that the ring was found and they said they would tell their friends about TheRingFinders.com.