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Argument Between Couple Sends Rings Flying into Backyard…Found by Ring Finder in Springfield, Virginia

  • from Washington (District of Columbia, United States)

Lisa’s platinum diamond engagement ring and platinum diamond wedding band recovered by The Ring Finder’s member, Brian Rudolph, after the couple’s terrible fight.

A very happy ring finder, Brian Rudolph displaying both diamond rings that were found in the back yard of the couple’s house after the husband threw his wife’s rings during a domestic argument.

Brian Rudolph, Lost Item Recovery Specialist (Land, Water, Sand, Snow, Leaves, Cliffs, Houses & Vehicles) Will Find Your Lost Keepsake! Call ASAP (301) 466-8644!

Moses called me with frustration and sadness in his voice. He and his wife Lisa ended up in a fight. Lisa took off her beautiful rings and slammed them down on the table. The two rings were Lisa’s platinum engagement ring (which consisted of multiple diamonds down both sides of the band and a halo of diamonds surrounding a 1 carat cushion shaped diamond in the center) and also Lisa’s platinum wedding band (which consisted of multiple diamonds decorated down the lovely ornate style band).

Moses was so angry when Lisa took her rings off while she declared that they were finished, that he grabbed the jewelry, opened up their sliding door and threw both rings out towards the back of their house.

When things cooled down, Moses bought a metal detector that he called « a Chinese detector » and searched for the two rings for hours in the back yard. Unfortunately, the distraught young man could not find his wife’s rings anywhere. That’s when Moses went online and discovered the elite international directory of metal detectorists called THE RING FINDERS. He found my contact profile and immediately reached out to me. I got all of the details of the story and we scheduled a time for me to come out to conduct the search for the two missing rings.

When I arrived at the property, Moses had already left for work and I introduced myself to Lisa. I made her feel comfortable and shared that this is a very common situation that us ring finders deal with on a regular basis regarding couples that get into fights and in the end the rings go flying.

I gathered up all of my gear, placed everything on a wagon and set up my search camp in the back yard. Moses did not know if the rings ended up in the neighbor’s yard behind his property. There was metal fencing which would end up being a problematic situation for me to metal detect along that area. So, I was hoping that the precious jewels came to rest someplace away from the border of my client’s property.

The first thing I did was lay down grid lines across the lawn, starting two thirds distance away from the house (approximately 50 feet from the back of the house). Just as I was walking to my first spot to begin detecting, my detector (which I was carrying with me, almost brushing the coil (the loop at the bottom of the shaft) softly across the grass as I moved into position on the hill slope) picked up a signal which I could hear in my headphones that I was wearing. Even though I was in the middle of the grid lane that I would eventually travel pass, I decided to stop, back up, and investigate the curious signal that my machine alerted me to.

I swung my coil a few times over the area where I heard the tone and to my greatest surprise…there it was…I found the first ring! It was Lisa’s gorgeous diamond engagement ring! I couldn’t believe it! I discovered one of the two rings completely by accident! What were the odds of that?! Earlier, I prayed to the Lord before beginning the search and my « Heavenly Hero » was already once again helping me to become, yet again, a ring hero for my clients! I was thrilled!

Within another minute or so, I found the wedding band not more than a few feet from where I found the other ring! The entire search was over within about 5 minutes! I could not have been happier and even more so for my two clients!

It was a special moment for me to safely return both sentimental rings to their proper owner. Lisa was most grateful and extremely impressed with how fast I was able to recover her treasures. I had to be completely honest with her in explaining that I had to give all glory and credit to God above for helping me stumble across the first diamond ring which quickly led me to find the second one!

Before leaving, Lisa allowed me to say a prayer for she and her husband. I then packed up my gear, headed back to my car, and drove away with a tremendous feeling of joy in my heart knowing how I was able to help bring that tumultuous and trial-filled chapter for that couple finally to an end.

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Lost Platinum Wedding Ring… FOUND near Pell City, Alabama!

Christina McCree – Ring Finder/Metal Detectorist for northern Alabama and southern/middle Tennessee…call or text ASAP, anytime 24/7…610-504-6135

On a beautiful Sunday morning (April 7th, 2024), I was sitting on my outdoor patio rocking chair, enjoying a cup of iced coffee, watching birds eating at my feeder and two Bluebirds tending to their birdhouse.  A few minutes into my cup, I received a call from Emily stating she had lost her wedding ring.  She had been in a car accident a few days prior near Pell City, Alabama.  Thankfully, everyone in the accident was okay.

After the accident, Emily was standing near the wood line close to a gravel pull off point near the road.  She had a flat tire and was upset about the whole situation.  She lit up a cigarette and angrily threw the cigarette pack towards the woods.  She felt her custom-made platinum wedding ring with multiple diamonds and her son’s birthstone fly off her finger.  She had recently lost some weight, so the ring was loose fitting, but she hadn’t gotten it resized yet.  Emily and her family looked for hours, raking the pine straw and even buying a metal detector, but unfortunately, didn’t find the ring.  This was the ring Emily always dreamed about, constantly sharing photos with her mom, planning it for years.  Emily was absolutely devastated that the ring was now gone.  The sentimental value was beyond words.

Emily’s mom went on Google looking for ideas on how to find a lost ring.  She came across The Ring Finders website.  They (along with many others) were unaware that this metal detecting service even existed.  Emily’s call to me had given her some renewed hope.  I had an errand to run after lunch, but I told Emily I would be on the road as soon as I finished.  Pell City was about a 2-hour drive from where I live at in Huntsville, AL.

I met Emily and her boyfriend of 17 years at a nearby Love’s Travel Stop in Pell City around 4:30pm.  I followed them for about 10 minutes to the spot of the throw.  Emily’s mom and father stopped by shortly after we did to watch the recovery.

I had Emily show me where she was standing and demonstrate exactly how she threw the cigarette pack.  It was a sideways toss with her left hand.  I had her throw one of my test rings and it went straight out near where the cigarette pack had landed.  I put on my detecting belt, grabbed my Minelab Equinox 900, and started my search.  I spent about 40 minutes checking the main radius of where the ring should’ve landed.  I expanded out further, but came up empty handed other than the usual trash metal.

I asked Emily again about the angle of her throw.  Her boyfriend had seen her throw the cigarette pack, and mentioned she had a downswing at the end.  I know that rings can land at a person’s feet or even go behind them, so I expanded the search in that direction.  The search area was now on the gravel road of the pull off point.  I was still detecting and visually inspecting the gravel area.  I was making my way towards the left side, when my eye caught a glimpse of a large and gorgeous platinum ring laying amongst the gravel.  I quickly spun around facing Emily and her mom; with a huge smile on my face, and said, “we got it!!!”  They almost couldn’t believe it, lol.  Emily and her mom both ran over and gave me the biggest hugs, thank you’s, and praised the Lord.  The excitement, celebration, and relief were again, beyond words.  Truly, one of the greatest feelings.

The ring was slightly bent and had some scuff marks on the band, so it had been driven over.  But fortunately, all the stones were still there.  There was one diamond that was loose, so I gave Emily a baggie to keep it in until it could be repaired.  Everyone couldn’t believe how far this ring actually flew and the odd direction it went.  The last picture I included shows a dot where Emily was standing when she threw the pack and an “X” where the ring landed.

We chatted for a few minutes, took some pictures, and I was back on the road to go grab a bite to eat and then head home to Huntsville.

This ring is my 50th item recovered since I joined The Ring Finders on August 25th, 2018.  It’s been such a blessing helping others and it really provides me so much purpose in life.  I give all glory to God and my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.  And a big thank you to my husband, Lindell, for allowing me to go on all of these fun and exciting adventures, lol.  I look forward to going on many, many more.

Until the next one… please take care, God bless, and I love you all!

Ring found under the snow in the Kansas City Metro Area

  • from Saint Joseph (Missouri, United States)

I got a text from David and Kaylee about his wedding ring that was lost in the snow. Their mailbox is down at the bottom of a snow covered 45 deg. incline that’s about 20 long. He slipped coming up the snow covered hill after getting the mail and  put his hand in the snow to catch himself, the ring vanished.

After a few minutes of finding metallic trash (nails, pull tabs, etc.), I scanned a snow covered area with my Minelab 900 and a 75 popped up on the display. After moving some snow out of the way, I spotted the tantalum wedding band.

Platinum Wedding Band Lost a Second Time… FOUND Again by Christina McCree in Hoover, Alabama!

  • from Huntsville (Alabama, United States)

Christina McCree – Ring Finder/Metal Detectorist for northern Alabama and southern/middle Tennessee…call or text ASAP, anytime 24/7…610-504-6135

On Thursday evening (December 21st, 2023), I received a text message from LeeAlice stating her husband, Jamie, had lost his platinum wedding band again and asked if I could help find it again.  I said absolutely!  This was actually my first repeat client.  Jamie had lost his wedding band over a year ago near the water spigot at their old house in Homewood, Alabama.  This time he lost it while laying mulch and bagging leaves at their new house in Hoover, AL.  I scheduled Jamie’s ring search for the following afternoon.  Coincidentally, I was heading to the Birmingham area in the morning for a different ring search, so this worked perfectly!

I met Jamie Friday afternoon after I finished up the first ring search in Irondale, AL.  Unfortunately, that was a no find, but we’re praying that the ring turns up somewhere in their house.  Jamie showed me everything that he was doing a few days prior.  Raking and bagging leaves, and then laying/throwing down mulch in the flower beds.  I felt like the throwing motion would be the most likely cause for his platinum wedding band to slip off, so I decided to start my search there.  I got out my Minelab Equinox 900 and got to work.

I covered the mulch on the right side of the house, but only had two signals from the extension cord power supply for their Christmas lights.  I then moved to the mulch on the left side of the house.  I received a good signal in front of their two cats (Quail and Cotton) that were sitting on the porch.  I took out my Garrett Pro-Pointer AT and scanned for the target.  About 2-3 inches deep in the freshly laid mulch was Jamie’s platinum ring staring back up at me!  I think that Quail and Cotton knew that dad’s ring was there the whole time lol 😊

Both LeeAlice and Jamie were in the house at the time, so I took a picture of Jamie’s ring laying on my hand with the cats in the backdrop.  They both ran out of the house and were so relieved and excited that Jamie’s ring was found, again!  We took some photos, chatted for a bit, and then I was back on the road to Huntsville.  I praise God and thank Him for another successful ring recovery and safe trip to and from Birmingham.

I had another successful search for Amy’s (friend of LeeAlice) lost wedding band the following Wednesday, blog post coming shortly…

Retirement Ring Lost While Smashing Pumpkins… FOUND in Brentwood, Tennessee!

  • from Huntsville (Alabama, United States)

Christina McCree – Ring Finder/Metal Detectorist for northern Alabama and southern/middle Tennessee…call or text ASAP, anytime 24/7…610-504-6135

On Thursday afternoon, December 7th, 2023, I received a call from Joe stating he had lost his large 14K yellow gold and diamond retirement ring he had custom designed 14 years ago.  The ring has an intricate design of a prized elk Joe had gotten while on a hunting trip in Canada.  The ring is one of a kind and very sentimental.  Joe thought it came off while he was smashing and throwing pumpkins out in his backyard to feed deer.  Joe lives in Brentwood, Tennessee, which is about an hour and a half drive from where I live in Huntsville, Alabama.  I don’t mind driving and actually enjoy making these trips, but the search would have to wait until Saturday since I had to work at my regular day job on Friday.  I told Joe that the ring wouldn’t go anywhere since it was on his private property.

I made the drive to Brentwood, TN early Saturday morning.  We had the threat of severe weather in the afternoon, so I wanted to beat the storms.  Before my trip, I prayed for safe travels, good weather, and a successful ring recovery.  I met Joe and his wife, Lesly, at their home around 8:30 AM.  Joe and I walked out to his backyard.  He showed me how he would smash small to medium sized pumpkins by throwing them very hard at tree roots on the ground to break up the pumpkins, and then throw the pieces in the woods/field for the deer to eat.  He didn’t feel or see the ring come off, but thought this would be the most likely chance when it did.  I had Joe re-enact the throws with the test ring I brought.  Both Joe and I thought the ring came off on the smashing action, so I started in that area.

I had my Minelab Equinox 900 with the 15-inch coil for this search due to the large area to cover.  I started my grid search and was pleasantly surprised at how quiet the ground was (little to no trash).  This would help speed up the search.  Joe hung around for a few minutes to see how it was going, but then headed off to wash his truck.

There were a few good sounding shallow signals that I checked along the way, but no ring so far.  About 20 minutes into the search and I had a loud tone.  I swung my metal detector to the side and saw that beautiful gold rim gleaming back up at me.  It was Joe’s ring!!!  I took off my gloves, powered off my detector and set it on the ground.  I didn’t touch the ring, because I wanted Joe to see how it looked—just slightly covered with a leaf.

I turned around and saw that Joe was busy washing his truck.  Lesly was on the porch watching me.  I gave her a big smile and two thumbs up.  She yelled, “you found it!?”  I said, “got it!”  Joe heard this and just about lost his mind (in a good way lol).  He ran over and gave me the biggest hug, thanked me profusely, and told me he loved me lol!  It’s really hard to put into words the reaction us Ring Finders get when we find and return someone’s very sentimental ring or item.  I can say that it’s one of the best feelings in the world and truly feels like my purpose in life.  I give all glory to God and thank Him for all these amazing adventures I get to go on and the people I get to meet.

Joe and I took some pictures and headed in the house.  I talked with Joe and Lesly for over an hour.  I really enjoyed our conversation and thank them for their hospitality.  We said our goodbyes and I was on my way back to Huntsville.  Looking forward to the next adventure…

How to Find Lost Gold Wedding Band in Grass with Metal Detector… Ashburn, Virginia

  • from Washington (District of Columbia, United States)

Russ’s white gold custom-made filigree style wedding band that ring finder Brian Rudolph recovered out in the grass!

Russ and his wife Alene celebrating the return of Russ’s very special and irreplaceable keepsake – his white gold wedding band of four years!

Brian Rudolph, Lost Item Recovery Specialist (Land, Water, Sand, Snow, Leaves, Cliffs, Houses & Vehicles) Will Find Your Lost Keepsake! Call ASAP (301) 466-8644!

Russ lost his white gold custom-made filigree style wedding band that he wore on his finger for 4 years since the time he got married. The ring matched his wife’s band. He wasn’t sure where he lost it but it did come off of his finger somewhere in the house or possibly flew off his hand out on his deck while feeding the birds.

Russ was very upset about losing his beloved keepsake. He looked online and found the elite international directory of metal detectorists called THE RING FINDERS. That’s when he gave me a call and I assured the gentleman that I would do everything I could to recover his lost property.

Because there was too much to look through in Russ’s Ashburn, Virginia townhouse, my client and I felt that the only areas that I could search would be the second floor back deck and the lawn below. We eliminated Russ’s truck and front lawn from being possible suspected areas.

The next morning after being contacted, I headed to Russ’s property and he took me on a tour of the deck (showing me where he threw old Chex cereal for the birds) and out on his lawn. After scanning the deck just to see if the ring may have fallen somewhere on the wood flooring, I then turned on my detector and started searching the lawn below.

Within a few minutes, I successfully detected Russ’s extremely handsome custom-made filigree style 14 karat white gold wedding band! It was hidden in the grass approximately 25 feet away from the house. Russ could not have been more excited and his wife Alene was certainly relieved as well!

Russ was extremely happy that he contacted a professional metal detectorist on THE RING FINDERS website! Having his ring back on his finger meant the world to the couple and they were tremendously grateful for my work. Russ and I thanked the Lord following the recovery of the band. We gave God the glory for helping me to be able to help my new found friends, Russ and Alene!

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Metal Detecting Lost Gold Family Heirloom Ring…Found in Accokeek, Maryland

  • from Washington (District of Columbia, United States)

Howard’s 10 karat yellow gold family heirloom diamond ring once owned by his late grandfather successfully recovered in the backyard by ring finder Brian Rudolph.

Brian Rudolph’s client, Howard, smiling from ear to ear knowing that his much cherished gold and diamond family heirloom ring was back on his finger!

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Howard was playing with his boys in the backyard of their house when his 10 karat yellow gold family heirloom diamond ring flew off of his pinky finger when one of his boys bumped into Howard’s hand.

This ring (which he inherited 2 years ago from his parents – once owned and worn by his late grandfather who passed away nearly 20 years ago) meant everything to Howard.

The family searched the grass for a couple of hours, but all of their efforts led to no avail. The very handsome yellow gold and diamond ring could not be found anywhere on the back lawn.

At some point that same afternoon, Howard had the wisdom within to search the internet for some metal detecting help. He found the elite international directory of metal detectorists called THE RING FINDERS. That is when he was able to locate my services and immediately gave me a call for help.

Early the next morning, at 6:00 a.m., I drove to Accokeek, Maryland with the mission in mind to recover and return Howard’s very sentimental keepsake. After showing me the approximate location of where he was standing when the ring flew off of his finger, the two of us asked the Lord to assist me in being able to help my desperate client recover his lost ring. Then, I then began to metal detect the very thick grass before me.

Within a few minutes, I hit a very strong signal that I clearly identified as most likely being Howard’s late grandfather’s gold and diamond ring! I knelt down in the grass, took my pinpointer out, and carefully inspected the area deep below the thick blades of grass. There it was! I found it! Howard’s 10 karat yellow gold halo was a beautiful sight below the grass line!

Howard could not have been more grateful for the work that I did to bring his favorite piece of jewelry (besides his wedding band) back to his pinky finger! My early morning mission was fully accomplished and my client and I took a moment to thank the Lord for helping me with my metal detecting skills to help my new friend Howard recover his very handsome family heirloom ring!

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Lost Ring, Found in Back Yard and Returned – Rochester, MA

  • from Cape Cod (Massachusetts, United States)

October 20, 2023: While I was out doing yard work Leighton called with information on a ring search he was not able to help with. My wife was on her way to a luncheon, but took time to stop bye and tell me of the call. I finished up what I was doing, went home, and called Leighton. Information in hand I returned Mary’s call to get the specific information on the ring’s loss. It was the previous day that Reed’s wedding band was lost while playing football with his sons. I took down the pertinent information and I was on my way.

Reed had purchased a detector to search for the ring. His son had set up a well laid out grid over the possible area the ring had been lost in. But they were unsuccessful in locating the ring because of lack of familiarity with the detector and amount of non-precious metal in the yard. I was impressed when I saw what they had done, very professional. A point of last known and first realizing the loss were marked. Making my task of keeping a well defined grid search very easy.

Within several minutes I had verified several target signals as invalid. I made a few adjustments to my detector’s setting and bingo…a perfect signal. It was hard to see the ring as it had been stepped upon which embedded it into the soft soil. All that could be seen was one side of the ring.

I gave the ring to Mary and I listened to the problems encountered with the new metal detector while hunting for the ring. Well, I gave a few minutes of instructions on the detector’s use and I am sure there is a new young detectorist in the family. I could not have wished for a better hobby to pursue. I have met so many wonderful people and been there when they have needed a bit of help.

As this return was preceded with two members passing along information I just wanted to add my Thank You to both Leighton Harrington for passing the info to me and to Brian Rudolph in Maryland for helping Mary find the right “RingFinder” closer to her home and who would help her and her husband in the search for a lost Tantalum wedding band. This was my first Tantalum ring that I have found in my 41 years of detecting. Thanks to all, it has been my pleasure.

 

 

 

 

Heirloom Diamond Engagement Ring Found after Lost in Surf at Huntington Beach, CA.

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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** Melody had been at Huntington State Beach in Southern California. She had walked down the the surf line to get her feet wet with no intention to go any deeper in the water. As she stood there, she made a slight jester with her hands and her engagement ring flew off her finger into 6 inches of water. The ring disappeared immediately into the wet sand and water as the wave washed down the slope.

Her friend tried to recover the ring for several hours as the tide was coming in. The beach closes at 10 pm which stopped their search that night. Early the next morning Melody went to a sporting goods store to purchase a metal detector. Her parents were going to drive her from San Bernardino, CA. back to Huntington Beach to continue the search. She was devastated because this engagement ring was irreplaceable as the diamond was actually her fiancés’ late grandmother’s. 

As they were driving Melody found my information on line. She called and I agreed to meet them at the location. Sometimes these can be a quick recovery. That was not the case this time. She list it a a very high tide in shallower water. We were there at the next lowest tide. Two hours searching a double grid pattern and going way outside the area where they thought the loss occurred no success. I even told her that I had done all I could do for this search . After I finish the last 20’x40’ grid, I would return tomorrow, hoping the next high tide might put the ring within detecting range.

Not five minutes later I got a great signal, which turned out to be Melody’s ring. It was way down the slope and in an area that I thought I had gridded thoroughly. Just a reminder that we are looking for the “ needle in the haystack “ .. Also a reminder that it is possible to miss a target even in a known area of the loss.  

Always awesome to help someone like Melody find her very special ring. So far it never gets old.

Lost Family Heirloom Engagement Ring… Found During In-house Search in Washington DC

  • from Washington (District of Columbia, United States)

Peyton’s exquisite family heirloom diamond engagement ring that professional ring finder, Brian Rudolph, found in the couple’s Washington DC house.

Peyton and Oliver beyond excited for the successful recovery of their lost family heirloom engagement ring that was found by in-house item recovery specialist Brian Rudolph.

Brian Rudolph, Lost Item Recovery Specialist (Land, Water, Sand, Snow, Leaves, Cliffs, Houses & Vehicles) Will Find Your Lost Keepsake! Call ASAP (301) 466-8644!

Peyton had no idea what happened to her beautiful and irreplaceable yellow gold, 2 carat solitaire diamond family heirloom engagement ring adorned with multiple baguette diamonds wrapped around the center stone along with multiple round shaped diamonds, as well.

I received the phone call from Peyton several days after the ring went missing. She and her husband Oliver searched everywhere in the house as well as out by their deck in the backyard but the sentimental keepsake did not turn up anywhere.

Peyton was concerned that the ring may have gotten lost out on one of two public parking lost while she was shopping. I had asked my client if she applied lotion to her hands while she was in her vehicle at the time that she went out shopping. She replied by sharing that she did in fact apply lotion and took off the ring before she lathered her hands with the lotion. However, she believed that she put the ring back on her finger after she took care of applying the lotion.

I was so happy that this couple found me on the elite international directory of metal detectorists called THE RING FINDERS. Once I got all of the details from the couple, we made plans for me to come out the following evening (two days before Christmas!).

The couple was devastated when the engagement ring (which ones belonged to Oliver’s grandmother) ended up disappearing. The two of them had plans to get married just 4 months later in the month of April. Therefore, this loss was very difficult for not only Peyton and Oliver, but also for Oliver’s mother who passed it down to her son to give to his future wife.

When I arrived at the Washington DC property, the couple took me through the house starting on the first level and then we moved our way up to the second floor. There were quite a few areas where the ring could have gotten lost. And of course, there was the possibility that it made its way out of the house and was lost in a public environment. The last place that I was taken to was the basement where the laundry area was located. I told Peyton and Oliver that there was a chance that the jewel could have ended up in the washing machine or dryer. If we had to, I would check out the coin catcher to see if the ring ended up in the washing machine.

After I was oriented around the house, I told the couple that I would start my « investigation » upstairs in the master bedroom. Though Peyton and Oliver checked every square inch of the room, I felt it was the most viable place to start my search.

The first place I checked was Peyton’s nightstand on the right side of the bed. I checked the drawers and all around the floor near the piece of furniture and everything was clear of the gold and diamond ring.

Next, I took my special equipment used to probe spaces and cracks where the eye cannot see into various spaces and searched areas under the bed mattress. While I was checking the bed frame slots (one at a time), I picked up something on my probe screen that looked like a piece of jewelry. Just as I was moving the head of the instrument into a new position, I heard something fall from within the bed frame and land on the carpet below. I immediately looked in the direction of where the object came to rest on the carpet, and there it was…the most beautiful and huge diamond ring! There were diamonds all over this large piece of yellow gold! I was beyond excited! I couldn’t contain myself! The entire time the engagement ring had been stuck somewhere in the cross frame of the bed mattress! Even though the couple had lifted up the large king size mattress, neither one of them had spotted their beloved prized possession! What a thrill it was to recover such a special sentimental keepsake!

When I revealed the ring to Peyton and Oliver, the two of them couldn’t believe what their eyes had beheld! Every time I get to surprise my clients, it’s moments like these that makes searches like this one so well worthwhile and gratifying! Now Peyton was ready and able to wear her beautiful diamond engagement ring on the day of her wedding just four months into the future!

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HE WILL RETURN TO YOU WHAT HAS BEEN LOST!

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