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Ring finders make people smile

COURTESY JOE AU-FRANZ / 2017
                                The Makaha caverns site in the water at a depth of 40 feet where Au-Franz found a diamond ring for a client.
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COURTESY JOE AU-FRANZ / 2017

The Makaha caverns site in the water at a depth of 40 feet where Au-Franz found a diamond ring for a client.

COURTESY JOE AU-FRANZ
                                Joe Au-Franz is one of several members in Hawaii listed in an online directory called The Ring Finders who offer metal detecting services.
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COURTESY JOE AU-FRANZ

Joe Au-Franz is one of several members in Hawaii listed in an online directory called The Ring Finders who offer metal detecting services.

COURTESY CHRIS TURNER
                                Actor Jon Cryer shows his recovered wedding ring, which he lost while filming in Vancouver, British Columbia.
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COURTESY CHRIS TURNER

Actor Jon Cryer shows his recovered wedding ring, which he lost while filming in Vancouver, British Columbia.

COURTESY DAVID SHELTON
                                David Sheldon of Maui has been helping people find lost jewelry for more than 20 years and says he has found hundreds of rings.
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COURTESY DAVID SHELTON

David Sheldon of Maui has been helping people find lost jewelry for more than 20 years and says he has found hundreds of rings.

COURTESY JOE AU-FRANZ / 2017
                                The Makaha caverns site in the water at a depth of 40 feet where Au-Franz found a diamond ring for a client.
COURTESY JOE AU-FRANZ
                                Joe Au-Franz is one of several members in Hawaii listed in an online directory called The Ring Finders who offer metal detecting services.
COURTESY CHRIS TURNER
                                Actor Jon Cryer shows his recovered wedding ring, which he lost while filming in Vancouver, British Columbia.
COURTESY DAVID SHELTON
                                David Sheldon of Maui has been helping people find lost jewelry for more than 20 years and says he has found hundreds of rings.