BRIDGEHAMPTON, NY — A heartbroken Shelter Island female has set out a plea on social media to assist her find her wedding ring, which she believes may have been dropped in the Bridgehampton or Sag Harbor area.
Kimberly Feierstein reported the ring, which is yellow gold, pretty significant, with inset diamonds and an inscription that reads “Eleni,” may perhaps have been shed in Bridgehampton, in which her little ones go to college and where she outlets.
“I’m sensation rather determined at this level,” she wrote on the Free of charge Cycle East Finish webpage.
Talking with Patch, Feierstein said when she is inconsolable, she has been overwhelmed by the sea of concern and caring as news distribute about her lost treasure.
“I’m gutted, but I am so touched by all of the outreach on the Free of charge Cycle East End webpage. Even if my ring isn’t going to arrive back to me, it can be a highly effective reminder that there are a ton of genuinely excellent persons out there — which is never a lousy matter to be reminded about.”
Sharing her love story, Feierstein reported she and her husband Scott were engaged at the July 4 fireworks on Shelter Island in 2004, and married on September 10, 2006 at The Vineyards at Aquebogue.
Her engagement ring was not the ring that’s missing, she reported. “When I was engaged at age 24 I just wanted that tall placing like everyone else. My partner, Scott, applied family members diamonds, his mother’s, to have a beautiful, traditional ring built. As I got older and realized additional of who I was as a individual, I desired something that reflected me improved.”
About 2014, she and her husband made use of the diamonds from her engagement ring, as properly as other folks from her family members, furthermore the gold from a huge lion’s head ring from her husband’s grandfather.
They gave the materials to Sag Harbor jewelry designer Eleni Preston. “She helped me to design, and produced, a ring that we experienced envisioned becoming a family members heirloom,” Feierstein stated.
Feierstein, a property supervisor, mentioned she does not generally put on the ring each and every day. “On times when I’m not in client meetings, I am normally having my arms dirty, so I don’t put it on,” she stated. “I ordinarily dress in it a several moments for each week.”
On Tuesday night, Feierstein had a university meeting, so she went to put on her ring and could not discover it everywhere.
In considering about wherever the ring might be, Feierstein said she remembers sporting the ring last 7 days and getting it off at bedtime. She is 95 percent certain she perform it Friday because she had an all-working day assembly at the Hayground School in Bridgehampton. Immediately after the meeting, she went to King Kullen and the wine retailer in Bridgehampton Commons she then picked up supper at Espresso Da Asporto in Sag Harbor.
She isn’t going to know if she wore it about the weekend on Shelter Island and she unquestionably did not dress in the ring Monday.
Feierstein explained she is wracked with guilt, feeling as nevertheless, as the 1st technology possessing what she’d planned to move on as a household heirloom, she’d disappointed loved types.
“I sense devastated, as however I lost spouse and children historical past,” she said. “Given that it is a relatively new ring, I know it seems odd thinking of it as a spouse and children heirloom, but I have usually envisioned it staying handed down era to technology. I had hoped someday a daughter-in-law — I am the mom of a few boys — would inherit it and share it with her little ones, and so on.”
If you locate the ring, email Feierstein at [email protected].