A gold ring surfaced in the waters of the Orkney Islands in the UK, revealing a love story that has been dusty for nearly a hundred years Replica Cartier Love Bracelet. The British diving enthusiast Peter Brady and his friend Bob Hamilton, who took the ring out of the water, finally found the ring and returned it to the owner’s relatives. According to the British ‘Daily Mail’ reported on the 11th, two months ago, 51-year-old Brady went diving in the Orkney Islands. This sea area was the site of the wreckage of the British wrecked speedboats ‘Opel’ and ‘Naber’ during the First World War. Brady accidentally found a ring half-embedded in the sand at the bottom of the sea.
At first, he thought that this was a piece of equipment that fell from the ship. When he took a closer look, he found that it was actually a ring. The inside of the ring was also engraved with the words ‘Florens gave Stanley, March 1916’. . ‘I saw something embedded in the sand, thinking that it might be part of a pipe on a ship,’ Brady said. ‘But then I looked carefully until I saw the inscription inside the ring. Brady and friend Hamilton were conscious. To the value of this ring. Brady said: ‘We only know that we had some kind of physical contact with a person who had died on those ships and now has died Replica Bulgari B.zero1 Rings. I feel very shocked. ”