Silver Bluff High missing class ring

A Nicholls, Georgia, woman is using Facebook to try and find the owner of this 1998 Silver Bluff High School class ring she found on her property.

A Georgia woman has taken to social media to try and find the owner of a Silver Bluff High School class ring found on her property.

Kim Dusi and her husband, Matt, live in Nicholls, Georgia, which is about 176 miles from Aiken. The land they live on was owned by Dusi's mother, and they moved there in November 2017 after her mother fell ill.

"There's a trailer here on the property that was full of storage, and my husband went out to the trailer to try to find something the other day," Dusi said. "When he got back to the house he had the ring and said he found it in the trailer."

The ring is a 1998 graduate class ring from Silver Bluff High School, but the name on the ring has been scratched out on the inside and outside, Dusi said.

Kim Dusi - Silver Bluff class ring

A Nicholls, Georgia, woman has found this 1998 Silver Bluff High School class ring on her property and is trying to find the owner through social media.

Dusi took to Facebook to showcase this class ring in hopes she could reconnect it with the owner.

"I've had several people respond and try to help me, but so far there's been no luck," she said. "I've also had several people even offer to buy the ring, but I'm not trying to sell it – I just want to get it back to whoever it belongs to."

With the name being removed from the ring, Dusi is hoping the unique engravings on the ring will help. One side of the ring showcases a hockey puck with two crossed hockey sticks and on the other side is an engraving of a martial artist, she said.

"I've never been to Aiken, so I called up Silver Bluff High School and they told me to try Jostens (the company that manufactures the class rings)," Dusi said. "I've tried to call Jostens but have had no luck as of yet."

If anyone recognizes the ring, they can contact Dusi through her Facebook page at bit.ly/2LvexAn.

Tripp Girardeau is the crime and courts reporter with the Aiken Standard. Follow him on Twitter at @trippgirardeau.