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Ha....... that wasnt a ring..... it was a loop to a 150 gram chain and cross you missed by 2 inches.

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On 4/26/2019 at 3:05 PM, FloridaSon said:

Nice. Is the gold a link or bent ring? 

I think It’s a link for a chain or bracelet.

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12 hours ago, dewcon4414 said:

Ha....... that wasnt a ring..... it was a loop to a 150 gram chain and cross you missed by 2 inches.

Could have been worse.  If I would had missed it by half inch than I would be mad 🤣

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That's pretty impressive, such a tiny little gold find.  I bet the person wearing that monster ring was a scary dude 🙂

I hope he doesn't come looking for it!
 

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