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Large White Gold Ring…Lost in Snow/Cypress Mountain

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

We just had a big dump of snow in mid December and the first call I get was from a young man who lost his big 8 mm white gold ring up at Cypress mountain.

He tells me that his call car got stuck in the snow and he got out and started to dig out his front tire.

All of a sudden he looked down to see his ring was no longer on his finger… Panic sets in as he spends the next couple of hours searching for his lost ring.

Cold and dark now he decides to go home and look to find a metal detector to rent. The next morning he drives back up the mountain with his rented metal detector to search the area.

As he arrives he notices that the side of the road where his car was stuck in the snow has now been plowed and the snow pushed up and over. This changes everything! He spends 3 hours searching but has to call it quits… No ring.

That day when he gets back home he gets on the computer and starts searching for a way to find his ring. Something he types in takes him to Finders and he reads the website and sends an S.O.S

I reply to his distress call…email… and we set up a time to meet and search for the ring the next morning.

I met up with the man and we take my truck to search for his ring. On the way up he tells me how sad he is as his wife is out of town and they were only married for 8 months and now he lost the ring.

I could tell how much the ring meant to him and how bad he wanted it back. I assured him that I’d do my best and if it was there, I’d find it.

We get to the spot and he shows me where his car got stuck, but now it’s been plowed and that changes everything.

I tell him to wait in the truck and stay warm as it was very cold out. I started my grid search and within 5 minutes I got a great signal about 30 feet from where he was parked. I start to dig and out pops a big white gold ring… I hold it up and he comes running and screaming…No way! You found it!

Every ring has a story attached to it and it has an amazing meaning for the person who lost it. I help continue that story by finding it for them…

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African Gold & Silver Ring Lost In Vancouver Ocean

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

A few years back I received a call from a man who was very upset about losing his wedding band that was made for him while he and his wife to be were in Africa. He’d never be able to replace it as he couldn’t just fly to Africa…

It was a gold and silver ring and it meant the world to him, he told me the story on how they got engaged in Africa and how they wanted the rings to be from there. He told me that he had lost it at a beach in Vancouver called Spanish Banks, he was enjoying a hot summers day in the water when he felt the ring come off his finger.

Instead of panicking he make a mental note of the location , this would give me a good chance to find the ring when the tide was out the next day. I checked the low tidechart and it was a very early 5am low tide.

The young man wasn’t able to meet me that morning as he had to work, but I felt good because he gave me a very detailed description of the area he felt the ring was in. As I started my grid search and within 5 minutes I received a good signal, only an inch or so down was his ring!

I think you can tell how happy he was by the picture above when I delivered his ring to him that day…

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Gold Celtic Ring…Found in a strawberry patch in Poco

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

I received a call from a gentleman early last year in regards to a lost ring, he goes on to tell me that as he was walking up the steps of his friends place when the lady in front of him trips and falls backwards, he quickly throws his arms around her and they both fall to the ground.

He saves the lady but by doing so he brakes a few ribs and as he threw his arms around her, his ring goes flying off his finger into a strawberry patch. The next day in pain he rents a metal detector and searches for his custom white & yellow gold Celtic ring .

He tells me that he spent close to 6 hours searching for it with the metal detector, and he was on his hands and knees searching the dirt but gave up when he just couldn’t find it.

That night he went on the computer to find a treasure hunter, someone that could help him find his ring. He came across my service ”Finders” and called for help, I listened to his story and we met the next morning to search for his ring.

When I arrive at the location I see the area of the strawberry patch is very small, I think to myself this shouldn’t take long. I turn on my metal detector and begin my search, within seconds I receive a good signal, I bend down and move the dirt and out pops his ring… He was so happy!

He told me how frustrated he was after searching the day before and not finding it. He started to think that maybe it wasn’t lost there, how did you find it so fast he asked?

I told him that I’ve been doing this for years and that I have the best equipment for the search, also the metal detectors that people rent are not the greatest and if you’ve never used a metal detector before and if you don’t perform a grid search, it could be difficult to find.

I love my job!

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Thanks for reading my story.

Native gold wedding band/Lost in lake…Mission

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

My service here in Vancouver BC called Finders helps people find their lost jewellery at the beaches, parks, lakes, yards & ski resorts. I got a call a few years ago and a man told me he lost his native gold wedding band in a lake about an hour and a half drive from my home.

He said on the day that he lost his ring he was playing with his grandchild when it came off. Trying to search for the ring in around 4 feet of water was impossible due to the muddy bottom. That was it he thought to himself, the ring is gone.

A few days after he lost the ring him and wife spent the day at the beach in Vancouver, as they walked by the lifeguard tower they saw a flyer for my service lost

They called me that day and told me the story of how he lost his ring, I agreed to meet the next day and search for the it. When I arrived at the lake I met the couple and they showed me the area the ring came off.

I told them if they wanted they could come back in a few hours or I’d call them when I found the ring as I knew this search could take a while to complete. They said that they were off for breakfast and that they’d bring me some coffee and a muffin.

I began my grid search in chest deep water for over two hour and after finding lots of garbage, I got a signal like the many ones before but this time when I looked into the long handled sand scoop I saw the color of gold.

I called and told them the good news and they were there in a few minutes with coffee and a apple pie. They both were amazed that I found it as they thought it was lostforever. After a happy ending and a happy couple I was on my way home.

I enjoy the water hunts as they are fun but they are harder to do as its tough to grid search in water.

I love my job!

Thanks for reading my story.

Search and we will Find


  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

Search and we will Find!
Search and we will Find!

Lost your ring? What once was lost…Can now be found!

Chris Turner of ”Turner’s Treasure Team Inc.” Runs a service here in Vancouver & Lower Mainland that helps people find their lost jewellery, at… Beaches, Parks, Lakes, Yards & Ski Resorts.