Ocean City NJ Dog Park Lost Wedding Band Found by Ring Finders South Jersey John Favano
Lost a ring?
Lost a ring?
This recovery is the 250th item I have recovered!
Lost a ring?
Joe and his family spent some time on the beach this Memorial Day weekend in Avalon, NJ. Unfortunately, Claire lost a special piece jewelry that was given to her by her boyfriend. She took off her necklace before going in the ocean for safekeeping. While taking it off, the emerald and diamond pendant dropped in the sand. Joe reached out to me and I was able to meet them 15 minutes later to start the search. After searching for approximately 30 minutes, the pendant was found buried in the sand. A nice ending to a great beach day in Avalon, NJ.
Lost a ring?
Allison called me about a very special lost wedding band that belonged to her mother. She was tossing a football to her children while on the beach in Ocean City, NJ, when the ring slipped off and fell in the sand. We met shortly after her call, and she showed me the area where she threw the ball. It wasn’t long before the ring was found with the metal detector and close to her heart again!
Lost a ring?
Alexa lost her engagement ring while on the volleyball court a few days ago. I met her in Galloway, NJ and she gave me the details of where the ring might have been lost. I started a grid pattern in the sand with my metal detector and got the signal after a few swings. Alexa was relieved that the engagement ring is found and back on her finger!
Alexandra had been with family at Little Cable Bay in Doubtless Bay, enjoying the sun and a warm but deep rockpool during the day.
She was understandably very upset to learn later that she had lost a very precious gold and diamond earring.
Her partner contacted me as to whether it was possible to recover it.
Unfortunately, I had spent the day conducting a dive search for a lost propeller in a marina at Whangarei, so was too tired to make the drive safely that night. however I was able to negotiate with my long-suffering boss to take the afternoon off the following day and headed up to search for it.
There were two high probability areas; Where they had been based on the beach, and the rockpool.
I quickly scanned the indicated area on the beach, although nothing found.
So, a quick trip back to the car to change in preparation to get wet in the rockpool, accessible only at low tide.
Alexandra had to head back to work so left me to it.
An earlier promising signal in the rockpool turned out to be an ancient 2c piece, followed by an old fishing knife, and many small fishing leads.
Confident the time-critical pool was cleared, I returned to the beach and started a systematic high level search of the dry sand.
About an hour later, the earring surfaced in the scoop, some 15m away from where it was supposed to be, and probably flicked off a towel.
Alexandra met me later in Coopers Beach for an exchange of big smiles and the earring.
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I received a call from Regina today to help find her wedding band that she lost on the beach in North Wildwood NJ this afternoon. I was able to find it quickly after searching the area where she was sitting. The ring is now back where it belongs and it ended up being a great beach day!
The engagement ring was only 3 months old. It was given to Shannon when Brandon proposed to her in Ireland. Forward 3 months… I received a call from Shannon stating that she had lost her engagement ring on the beach in Sea Isle City NJ. After a quick 15 minute search the ring was found and returned!
The couple was extremely happy that they could continue their vacation!
I received a message from Marisa on my Ring Finders South Jersey Facebook page about her antique wedding band that was lost yesterday. She was standing in the surf in Longport, NJ when a wave came in and caused the ring to slide off her finger. She saw it drop into the ocean and thought she would never see it again. Ironically, she happened to see the news segment earlier in the day about a lost wedding band that I found and reached out to me. I went out at sunrise to catch low tide since it was lost in the surf. After roughly 35 minutes of gridding the surf and wet sand, I was able to find it!
I received a call from Dawn whose friend saw my Ring Finders South Jersey page on Facebook and referred her to me. Her daughter Julia lost her Cartier gold Love ring in the surf during a severe storm in Ocean City, NJ. She was in ankle-deep water when strong gusts of wind suddenly blew the ring off her finger. After speaking with Julia about the details of how and where she lost the ring, I started the search in knee-deep water and worked my way toward the beach. I had to expand my search out about another 35 yards and the ring was found on the high on the slope! Never give up the search the rings can be found!
Bill gave me a call about his wife Amy’s rings that were lost in Brigantine, NJ. The couple was sitting on a blanket watching their son take surfing lessons when Amy placed a sentimental silver ring that was custom-made by her son and her wedding band on the blanket. She forgot her rings were there when she pulled up the blanket and shook it out. I met them later in the afternoon and was able to find both rings after a short grid-search.