Thinking it was a wedding band, Alissa posted details of her daughter’s find in the Mosman Living Facebook group, then placed the ring on her kitchen windowsill, where it stayed until this week.
“I hoped the ring would find its way back to the owner and I guess fate stepped in,” she said.
On Wednesday morning, Alissa received a message from Emelie, enquiring about the missing heirloom.
It said: Hi Alissa. I lost a precious ring at Balmoral, Georg Jensen magic ring. Worth a shot. It’s got 2 detachable parts; white gold and gold. Looks like this:
“I was so pleased when I read the text and even happier knowing the Georg Jensen ring is back where it belongs,” Alissa said.
Yesterday, Emelie and her precious ‘magic ring’ were finally reunited, more than two months after it slipped from her finger.
“It was an incredible moment to meet Nancy and her mum,” Emelie said, “I’m lucky that such a lovely family found the ring and didn’t sell it.”
“Mum has made me promise that I won’t wear it to the beach ever again!”