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Can the engraving find the owner?

engraved wedding ring

As the destination for personalised gifts in the UK, we have to do our bit for the international quest to find the true owner of an engraved ring.

Thanks to an engraving, a worldwide search has been launched for the owner of a wedding ring.

The gold band was found on a road in Perth, Australia, inscribed with the name ‘Gabrielle’ and the wedding date ‘28.5.55’.

With husband and wife having been united now 61 years ago, the hunt is on the re-unite the owner with the ring once again.

A social media campaign has been set up by the wife of the finder of the ring, Stephanie Lee, to find the rightful home of the treasured possession.

The plea for the owner can be found on Facebook, and it has already been shared over 1,000 times. Anyone who knows the whereabouts of the rightful owner should get in touch over the social platform.

As a test, for when someone steps forward to claim the gold band, there is one further engraving on the ring which has not been disclosed to the public, and which must be recited by whoever wants to claim the prize.

At Engravers Guild, we always say how an engraving makes a gift unique and will always stand the test of time. We hope that the engraving helps find the rightful owner of this item, as we hope any of our engraved cufflinks, engraved bracelets, or engraved necklaces would also find their way home too.