Metal detecting enthusiast Brian Cox , found more than his usual pull tabs and bottle caps during a recent search session at an old sports field. He was intrigued to what he found.
“I dug up a treasure — a 1983 class ring from Wardlaw+Hartridge school, made of 10 karat gold with a clear stone,” he said.
According to Morris Daily Voice, “after meticulously cleaning the ring, Cox was even more surprised to find an engravement on the inside of the band and immediately wondered if he could reunite it with its original owner.”
“With the school’s name, graduation year and the owner’s name there was no mystery around who the ring originally belonged to,” Cox said.