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Julie and Colin Campbell, just married, were enjoying a nice honeymoon snorkel in the Caribbean when they came across some unexpected (and poetically apropos) treasure: a wedding ring. Since they already had gold bands of their own, Julie thought to post about the piece on Facebook, hoping to track down whoever had lost it.

**Update** We found the owners! The ring was lost on a family vacation, while the couple was playing in the ocean with...

Posted by Julie Levans Campbell on Wednesday, October 19, 2016

We found a treasure at the bottom of the ocean yesterday in Saint Lucia. The wedding band is engraved MT 12-16-2012 and was found in the water at Sandals Regenecy La Toc. It is yellow and white gold. The jeweler's stamp is "sja" and links to a jeweler in New Hampshire. Let's share this out and see if we can find the owner!!

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The mysterious wedding ring the Campbells found at the bottom of the sea.

More than 100,000 shares later, the Campbells had an answer:

**Update** We found the owners! The ring was lost on a family vacation, while the couple was playing in the ocean with their children. He said he threw a ball to his kids and the ring went with it. They were not staying at Sandals La Toc so the ring traveled from another area on the island. The couple lives in South Africa and will have their ring back soon! Thank you all for your help in finding them!

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Sure, marriage is more than matching jewelry—but it'll sure be nice to have this bit of their shared story back. We're just glad they didn't get divorced in the meantime!

Sources: Facebook