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Ocean City NJ Lost Wedding Band Found by Ring Finders South Jersey John Favano

  • from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)

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Steve and his friends were in Ocean City, NJ when he lost his wedding band during a beach volleyball match. It got knocked off his finger after he hit an incoming ball, and he was not sure where it landed. He called me and I met him a little while later to start the search. I started in the area where he stood during the game and worked back and forth in the sand court. The ring rang up on the opposite side of the net and the group was able to go back to enjoying their time at the shore in Ocean City, NJ.

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18k Gold Daivd Yurman Ring Found by Ring Finders South Jersey John Favano

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Peggy was walking on the beach at dusk in Sea Isle City, NJ on Tuesday when she felt her 18k Gold David Yurman ring fly off her finger. She immediately called her daughter down to the beach to help her look for it, but it was impossible to find. They gave me a call and I met them in the area where it might have dropped. I gridded the area and had to expand the search several times to finally reach the target. I heard a solid tone and knew it had to be the ring. One scoop down the ring found!

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Lost Engagement Ring and 3 Wedding Bands Found Sea Isle City, New Jersey by Ring Finders South Jersey John Favano OVER 200 SUCCESSFUL ITEMS RECOVERED!!!

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Matt and Alicia enjoyed a day on the beach with their sons in Sea Isle City, NJ on Wednesday. They arrived around 3 PM and set their chairs up near the water’s edge. Before applying sunscreen to herself and her sons, Alicia took her 4 rings off and layed them on her chair. As the tide came in, the chairs had to be moved back a few times. They packed up around 7 PM and returned to their house. Approximately an hour later, Alicia realized her wedding rings were missing. Matt gave me a call and we planned to meet at low tide. I gridded the wet sand and did not get any signals, so I expanded the search up to the dry sand. After gridding the dry sand for some time, I finally got a signal and dug up one of the 3 bands. The next signal was another band, followed by the engagement ring that is extremely sentimental because the diamond is a family heirloom. Thankfully, the last band was nearby and recovered!

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Lost Gold Ring Found Longport, NJ by Ring Finders South Jersey

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Melissa gave me a call and told me that her gold ring dropped in the sand in Longport, New Jersey.  She explained that it had fallen when she went to get ice cream.  I was a few minutes away in Ocean City, NJ and arrived shortly after. I started the search with my metal detector it was found within minutes. Melissa was happy to have the ring back on her finger.

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22k gold wedding band lost at Bluffer’s Beach in Toronto, ON

  • from Brampton (Ontario, Canada)

Akshay was visiting Bluffer’s Beach in the east end of Toronto.

He was assisting with the lines for the volleyball net, went to wash his hands and afterwards noticed his precious 22k gold wedding band was missing!

I met with Akshay very early morning 2 days later and we were lucky to find his ring within 5 minutes!

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Lost Sentimental Gold Chain, Cross & Ring Found Wildwood Crest NJ

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Al called me about his father’s lost gold chain that had a very precious item on it. In addition to his gold Cross, Morris wears his wife’s wedding band on the chain. He took the jewelry off before he went swimming and placed them on top of his bag. He didn’t realize they had fallen into the sand until later in the evening. I met up with Morris and Al on the beach in Wildwood Crest, NJ to find the jewelry. Shortly after looking with the metal detector, his chain was found and placed back around his neck with the Cross and the ring now close to his heart.

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Lost Engagemnt Ring and wedding Band Found by Ring Finders South Jersey Ventnor NJ

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I received a call from Bella today about an engagement ring and wedding band that were lost in the sand on the beach in Ventnor, New Jersey yesterday. The set belongs to her friend’s mother, Jaqueline, who lost rings the while applying sunscreen. I met Bella and Jasmine on the beach today to find the rings. Jasmine pointed me in the general area where the group was yesterday and the rings were quickly recovered.

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I received a message via my Facebook page Ring Finders South Jersey

from Austin asking if I can find a lost wedding band. His ring slipped off the finger

while playing with his dog. After he showed me where they were playing the ring was

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College Ring Lost 2 years ago, was Found and Returned – Dennis, MA

  • from Cape Cod (Massachusetts, United States)

October 15, 2021
This return was one that I had not been called to help find. It was what detectorists call a “Natural Find”. I found the Bentley College ring in the shallow waters of a Cape Cod beach.

The ring had what I and others thought to be two dates 85 and 99, and owner’s entire name inscribed on it. Searching the internet I located a Facebook page listing several possible relatives and friends name and one address for Rhonda. These were starting points which none of the messages I sent to listed Facebook names prompted a reply. In desperation I went to the address that had no sign of life. However a neighbor, Jeff, was home and said he would put a picture of the ring I found and owner’s name in the area newsletter.

At home I E-mail the information to Jeff and with in two hours I had Rhonda’s E-mail address. In another hour or so an E-mail from Rhonda with her phone number was in my In Box. I called Rhonda and we arranged for the return to take place the next day. I was also told the story of how the ring was lost and the meaning of the two dates. The first year, 85, is not a year but the letters BS which stands for Bachelor of Science. Unfortunately Rhonda’s work trumped the ring’s return as she had to “go off Cape” before we could meet. Fortunately, Fran her husband, would stand-in and the return was made.

Some Natural Finds are impossible to return. Some returns are easier to complete and some have a learning lesson to be had. In this return I learned several tips and tricks in locating a person on social media. In this return a personal contact, Jeff, was the main factor in reuniting Rhonda with her ring.

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  • from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)