Recently lost and found jewellery
I lost a Ring (photo attached) somewhere in town, or on the DART from Pearse to Killester on 18th May at approx 6pm. It holds a lot of sentimental value and am devastated that its gone. Would be so grateful if it was found.
Both white gold bands, diamonds on part or half on the bands. Additional centre stone on the engagement ring (made up of four smaller stones). Lost on the 23rd of April in Croke Park or could also have been lost in the city (Grafton st, Henry st. Jervis St shopping Centre before concert.
I put a link at the end to what to ring looks like but instead of silver it is pure gold https://www.thecladdagh.com/sterling-silver-celtic-band-claddagh-jewellers-galway.html Lost it at gurteen bay about 100m up the beach. I think it was lost in the water but not sure. Will supply reward if found.
I found a silver and rose gold necklace the catch has broken. It’s a lovely necklace and I’m sure it’s precious and sentimental to someone who must be missing it.
I lost a very sentimental men's wedding band at Shannon Airport back in 2017. Long shot I know but I'm desperate to get this ring back. It's a white gold wedding band with a band in the middle that spins. It had yellow gold on the inside of the band. Think it could of been lost in the car park outside the airport and if not here then almost certainly in the security section. Please, please get in touch if you happen to have this or know anything about it.
To fit a little finger, externally 1/2 gold 1/2 silver with a small ruby in a shape of a triangle. Sentimental value. Will offer reward. Lost between Carleton (Marino)road and Fairview Strandon Friday the 29/04 around 18:30.
An unusual one I know and a bit of a long shot. The medals were taken from my parents house and were in a black leather box which is about the size of a small toolbox. There were a number of other items inside - a few silver half dollar coins 1890 - 1900, some old tie pins and a silver ring which was fashioned out of a coin by a German POW deserter when interned in the Curragh camp during WWll and gifted to my granddad when they became friends while he was on duty there. Quite honestly I don’t expect we’ll ever get the silver back as it was stolen, though not very valuable. It would mean a lot to my family to get the medals back as they are historical and of great sentimental value belonging to my grandfather and his brother Bernard. They may have just been thrown on the side of the road or in a ditch after the robbery. They have their names and rank on each medal. I would be willing to offer a reward for their safe return. They are of no value to anyone else except to our family. Thanks!