Back in August, Farrelly was packing up his belongings after a leisurely beach day at Robert Moses State Park when a twinkle emanating from the sand caught his attention. On closer inspection,Cartier Love Jewelry Replica, the source of the twinkle was the diamond center stone of a half-buried engagement ring.
He immediately alerted the park police, but was told that nobody had reported a missing engagement ring.
Cartier Replica Jewelry,A local jeweler confirmed that the gems and gold were real and that the ring had special markings in the band that only the rightful owner would know.
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Because there’s no way to tell how long the ring had been buried in the sand, the father of five is planning to reconnect with the park police to dig through missing-ring reports that date back several years, according to CBS News.