Elena (my wife) had to go to work right away (she just came back from Russia yesterday) ,so i teamed up with Brett (Littlespec) for a detecting outing.
First we went to Takapuna beach to checkthed sand lvl - too much.... so we left beach 5:10 am and went to Browns bay.
05:30 we were already doing the low tide mark :-)
3 hours in upcoming tided produced 10$, silver and a Gold # 5 for the year !
Its 2.11 gram 18 CT pearl ring, that is missing one small pearl .
The silver ring is pretty generic and weights 7.13 gram
Brett got a silver ring, a silver bracelet and a 9ct triple ring that looks like this :
We made a breakfast brake at 9 before going to Lake Pupuke (Auckland volcano lake that has no shore and almost immediate depth drop)
It was a bit hard to detect there and we spent only about an hour - Brett got lucky again and scored really old drop 9ct wedding band.
where i got just some coins and an old Lighter made in uk :
Here are all my finds for the day (the bottom raw is from the lake , with marble being an eye find)
And last, but not least- a short video for those who like to see rings coming out of the sand:
Thanks for watching, see you at the beach!