The ring, valued by Bentley owner Daria Bagheri at $5,000 to $6,000, features a round-cut diamond in a white gold setting.
"In the 40 years we've been in business, we've never seen anything happen like this," Baghari told NJ.com.
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On Oct. 30, Silva trekked from his home in Point Pleasant to Bentley, New Jersey, to reclaim the lost ring.
Although Trebino told the Asbury Park Press that Silva and his fiancée are still engaged and planning a 2020 wedding, the Washington Post reported Friday that a woman claiming to be the fiancée in question disputed the assertion.
The woman, identified as Kimberly Robles told the Post she threw the ring into the sand during a July 2018 argument, and the couple parted ways the following December.
Sinks, 18, told the Post she knew tracking down Silva was the right thing to do.
“I just felt overwhelmingly joyful, and I was so grateful that I was able to experience this with him and be able to reunite him with the ring,” she said.
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