SAN ANTONIO – Another lost ring is searching for its owner. 💍
Officials at Hemisfair in downtown San Antonio posted a pair of photos to Twitter on Wednesday afternoon of a diamond ring that was found in the dirt.
The jewelry was discovered by a park ambassador during the replanting of one of the park’s pollinator gardens on April 16, according to the tweet.
The pollinator garden where the ring was found is located in the middle of the playground at Yanaguana Garden.
If you think the ring looks familiar, Hemisfair officials are asking you to direct message them on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram and provide the inscription that is inside the ring so they can get it back to its rightful owner.
💍💍 RETWEET and help us find the owner! 💍💍— Hemisfair (@hemisfair) April 21, 2021
While replanting one of our pollinator gardens last week, Hemisfair's park ambassadors discovered this ring buried in the dirt.
Does it belong to you? Shoot us a DM with the inscription inside and we'll get it back to you! pic.twitter.com/seyU2kEL5D