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Via: Deseret News
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An engagement ring lost four years ago at Rigby Lake in Idaho was recovered by a kayaker and returned to its owner. Necia Rasmussen misplaced her princess-cut diamond ring while visiting the lake in 2008, when she removed it to apply sunscreen to her children. Interestingly enough, her mother-in-law also had a similar experience in which she lost her engagement ring only to find it thirty years later in the family garden. Luck runs in the family!

Via: Daily Mail
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If it weren't for this super amazing sanitation worker, this woman wouldn't have her wedding ring. I think he deserves to marry her now.

Via: Neatorama
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For something that's supposed to be a symbol of marital commitment, a ring is a surprisingly easy thing to lose! Check out seven tales of lost and found wedding bands conveniently compiled for us here!

Via: Daily Mail
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It's worth a 10-minute hiatus in the nuptial action to make sure you can retrieve the bride's ring. They didn't find it during the ceremony, thankfully the vicar found it later. Phew!