Metal-detecting stranger retrieves woman’s ring lost in sea

HAMPTON, N.H. (AP) — A Massachusetts woman’s diamond wedding ring, a family heirloom, is back on her finger after a man with a metal detector responded to her social media plea for help and found it at the bottom of the ocean.

Francesca Teal told The Boston Globe that she was tossing a football with her husband this month at North Beach in Hampton, New Hampshire, when the ring that once belonged to her great-grandmother slipped off her finger.

They couldn’t find the ring in the water after hours of searching, the 29-year-old from Groveland said.

Teal posted about the ordeal on Facebook and asked anyone who might frequent the beach with a metal detector to be on the lookout. Her post was shared thousands of times and got the attention of a man named Lou Asci.

Asci, 60 of Marshfield, put on a wetsuit and headlamp and went into

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Man uses metal detector to find stranger’s wedding ring on ocean floor

A woman from Massachusetts has her wedding ring again after a stranger found it buried on the ocean floor with his metal detector.

Francesca Teal told the Boston Globe that she lost her ring earlier this month while throwing the football with her husband at a New Hampshire beach.

After hours of searching for the ring, which once belonged to Ms. Teal’s great-grandmother, the 29-year-old posted a call for help on Facebook that was shared thousands of times.

Lou Asci saw the post, and decided to go diving for the ring with his metal detector. While he had no luck the first two days, he finally found the diamond-studded band on his third outing.

“Please tell me this is the ring so I can finally get off this beach,” Mr. Asci, 60, reportedly said in his picture message to Ms. Teal.

Ms. Teal’s husband reportedly got down on

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Missing wedding ring found in ocean

HAMPTON, N.H. (AP) — A Massachusetts woman’s diamond wedding ring, a family heirloom, is back on her finger after a man with a metal detector responded to her social media plea for help and found it at the bottom of the ocean.

Francesca Teal told The Boston Globe that she was tossing a football with her husband this month at North Beach in Hampton, New Hampshire, when the ring that once belonged to her great-grandmother slipped off her finger.

They couldn’t find the ring in the water after hours of searching, the 29-year-old from Groveland said.

Teal posted about the ordeal on Facebook and asked anyone who might frequent the beach with a metal detector to be on the lookout. Her post was shared thousands of times and got the attention of a man named Lou

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Why Kate Middleton ‘Secretly’ Altered Her Engagement Ring

Photo credit: Max Mumby/Indigo - Getty Images

Photo credit: Max Mumby/Indigo – Getty Images

PSA: kate-middleton-wetsuit-pics/” data-ylk=”slk:Kate Middleton” class=”link “Kate Middleton wasn’t going to let a sizing issue keep her from having the ring of her dreams. New reports say the Duchess of Cambridge actually altered her engagement ring after Prince William proposed with it in Kenya.

The literal boulder ring, a 12-carat blue sapphire masterpiece ~casually~ surrounded by 14 solitaire diamonds, was given to Kate in 2010 and (fun fact!) has remained on my Pinterest mood board ever since. However, just before her and Prince William’s iconic wedding day on April 29, 2011, ‘Kate actually had the ring altered—as she found the band was too big and “turning on her finger,”‘ according to The Mirror.

Photo credit: Danny Martindale - Getty Images

Photo credit: Danny Martindale – Getty Images

The outlet added that the ring was ultimately taken to royal jeweller G. Collins and Sons, ‘who made the tweak

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Wedding ring lost at sea found by stranger with metal detector

A Massachusetts woman’s diamond wedding ring, a family heirloom, is back on her finger after a man with a metal detector responded to her social media plea for help.

BOSTON — A Massachusetts woman’s diamond wedding ring, a family heirloom, is back on her finger after a man with a metal detector responded to her social media plea for help and found it at the bottom of the ocean.

Francesca Teal told The Boston Globe that she was tossing a football with her husband this month at North Beach in Hampton, New Hampshire, when the ring that once belonged to her great-grandmother slipped off her finger.

They couldn’t find the ring in the water after hours of searching, the 29-year-old from Groveland said.

Teal posted about the ordeal on Facebook and asked anyone who might frequent the beach with a metal detector to be on the lookout. Her

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Why Kate Middleton “Secretly” Altered Her Engagement Ring

PSA: Kate Middleton wasn’t going to let a sizing issue keep her from having the ring of her dreams. New reports say the Duchess of Cambridge actually altered her engagement ring after Prince William proposed with it in Kenya.

The literal boulder ring, a 12-carat blue sapphire masterpiece ~casually~ surrounded by 14 solitaire diamonds, was given to Kate in 2010 and (fun fact!) has remained on my Pinterest mood board ever since. However, just before her and Prince William’s iconic wedding day on April 29, 2011, “Kate actually had the ring altered—as she found the band was too big and “turning on her finger,” according to The Mirror.

The outlet added that the ring was ultimately taken to royal jeweller G. Collins and Sons, “who made the tweak so it would fit better.”

“However, rather than resizing the band, small platinum beads are believed to have been attached

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Lost wedding ring at Hampton Beach found by stranger’s metal detector

HAMPTON, N.H. — A Massachusetts woman’s diamond wedding ring, a family heirloom, is back on her finger after a man with a metal detector responded to her social media plea for help and found it at the bottom of the ocean.

Francesca Teal told The Boston Globe that she was tossing a football with her husband this month at North Beach in Hampton, New Hampshire, when the ring that once belonged to her great-grandmother slipped off her finger.

They couldn’t find the ring in the water after hours of searching, the 29-year-old from Groveland said.

This Sept. 2, 2020, photo provided by Francesca Teal shows her wedding ring in Groveland, Mass., that she feared was lost forever when it slipped off her finger at North Beach. A stranger who responded to a Facebook post found the <a href=ring using a metal detector. (Francesca Teal via AP)”/

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Stranger uses metal detector to find woman’s lost wedding ring on ocean floor

A Massachusetts woman’s diamond wedding ring, a family heirloom, is back on her finger after a man with a metal detector responded to her social media plea for help and found it at the bottom of the ocean.

Francesca Teal told The Boston Globe that she was tossing a football with her husband this month at North Beach in Hampton, New Hampshire, when the ring that once belonged to her great-grandmother slipped off her finger.

They couldn’t find the ring in the water after hours of searching, the 29-year-old from Groveland said.

Teal posted about the ordeal on Facebook and asked anyone who might frequent the beach with a metal detector to be on the lookout. Her post was shared thousands of times and got the attention of a man named Lou Asci.

Asci, 60 of Marshfield, put on a wetsuit and headlamp and went into the water searching for

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