Engagement Ring Carrot: Woman Reunited With Long-Lost Band


Engagement Ring Carrot: Woman Reunited With Long-Lost Band

A woman in Canada has been reunited with her engagement ring - 13 years after she lost it!

Mary Grams, 84, says she can not believe the lucky carrot actually grew through and around the diamond ring she had long given up hope of finding.

84 year old Mary Grams lost the precious diamond whilst pulling a large weed from her garden back in 2004.

Grams had worn the ring since 1951 before losing it, and she secretly replaced it so that her husband, Norman, who died five years ago, wouldn't notice it was gone.

But earlier this week, her daughter-in-law was harvesting when she discovered the ring attached to a misshapen carrot.

Despite searching the farm thoroughly, Grams couldn't find the ring. His mother had lost her engagement ring years ago in the garden and never found it again. "We looked high and low on our hands and knees".

"My wife was digging carrots for supper, and I guess she came up with a carrot that had something on it", Grams' son Brian told Global News. I asked my husband if he recognized the ring. "And it turned up on this carrot". "And somehow it must have hooked the ring and the ring fell off". She gave up on ever finding the treasured jewelry.