Hammered Platinum Wide “Cigar Band” Wedding Band Stolen

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The Details…

Date of TheftMay 12, 2019
Type of JewelryMen's Wedding Band - personally designed
Unique Engravingsnone - but metal is hammered/dimpled and not smooth
CountySan Diego
Police Report Filed?Yes
Name of Police AgencySan Diego Police Department
Case NumberT19006971

Here’s the Story…

We were guests at the Hilton San Diego Resort and Spa in Mission Bay, San Diego, CA May 11 and checked out May 12. We never left the resort. The ring, a personally designed, wedding band, was placed in a drawer in the room. During a rushed check out, we forgot to grab the ring, immediately upon realizing (several hours later) called the hotel and reported it and have been told that the room was cleaned and inspected and the ring was not there. The ring is extremely personal and it’s loss has been very emotional. First, it was my husband’s wedding ring and it was personally designed with both my husband’s wish list and his own father’s ring that he always loved in mind. It is very wide, going almost to his knuckle (narrower on the underside for comfort), designed with a cigar band in mind, hammered platinum, and extremely unique. My husband is one of the best people I know – and I am lucky and grateful that he chose me – a woman whose was working hard to put her life together after the suicide death of my first husband years before. He took my broken and made it whole. He proudly wore the ring every day and only took it off because he was worried it would slip off while he was playing in the pool with our kids. This was a ring that, because it was so personally designed, we hoped to pass down in our family. And it’s obviously a symbol of our relationship. We are heartbroken it has been lost/taken.

Listing ID: 073893
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