A Ring lost, then found 5 years later…

ring_1Normally, when someone loses a piece of jewelry, it’s the typical story of they dropped their ring down the sink or it fell off somewhere in the house.

I came across an amazing story of a lady that lost her ring and thought she lost it at a family gathering. A couple in Chicago were doing some home repairs after their pipes froze recently with the nationwide cold snap. During the plumbing repairs, they came across a diamond and sapphire ring in the drain pipe trap.

After some diligent polishing on the ring, they did some investigating to track down the previous owners of the home,Diamond_Ring1 who were living in Colorado. They called the previous owners and asked if they lost a ring, they were astounded at the fact it was found back at their previous home, 5 years later!

The ring is now on it’s way back to the happy original owner, just in time for the couple’s 40th wedding anniversary.

[Story Source: WGN]

 

 

 

About Jewelry Warehouse

Jewelry Warehouse is a locally owned jewelry store that has four locations located in Columbia SC. We have been voted best jewelry store by the State newspaper – the largest paper in SC, for 19 years in a row. Originally founded in 1969, George Satterfield started the Jewelry Warehouse. It was his vision to always get quality jewelry but to price lower than traditional jewelry stores. After 40 years his vision has continued even after his death in 2005. With the growth and development of the internet, the plan is stronger than ever as not only does The Jewelry Warehouse still offer the best price and quality in SC, it now has the best pricing in the United States! People from California to New York now can get jewelry that is sold in the cities for significantly more, at South Carolina pricing. With a satisfaction Guarantee, buying from Jewelry Warehouse gives people everywhere a risk free opportunity to try us and save on quality merchandise.
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