Sorry about the annoying moving ads on the sidebar. I plan to upgrade this site and actually pay for it and make it more user friendly if it becomes popular enough.
How many of you gals out there open your jewelry box only to lament the fact that your most special pair of earrings lost its mate? After over a years' worth of thought and no budget for starting a fancy website, I am going to give it a go. Here is how this simple site will work for now:
Lost an earring? Email me an image of your poor lonely earring and I'll post the image into the Earring Lost & Found Gallery with an assigned number. Send me a description of the earring and your the email address you wish for me to provide to any people out there telling me they have an earring that matches yours.
Want to reunite an earring with it's missing mate? Vist the Earring Lost & Found Gallery to see if you might have an earring that matches one in the gallery. Who knows, maybe you have the pair and just don't wear them anymore. If so, email me with the number of the image for which you have a match. I will forward your email to the person who is looking for a mate to the earring in the picture. From there, the two of you can work out on your own how you will handle your transaction.
Disclaimer: Be smart! Don't fall for scams. Realize that if you find someone who says they have a mate to your missing earring, they could be lying to you. You might want to ask for a picture first. Perhaps you could request that they put that earring up for auction on eBay and you will pay them for it that way. Just an idea. The owner of this site cannot be held responsible for reunions gone awry. Be very careful before giving someone money. I am not sure how to prevent this type of theft. I am simply serving as the conduit for reuniting earrings into beautiful pairs once again.