If you once owned a gold bangle, or have heard stories of a beautiful bracelet that has since been lost, RTÉ could be looking for you.
The Ray D’Arcy show was contacted by a man named Colm, who wrote a letter to say he found a gold bangle in the 1970s in Ireland.
He left no return address or contact information, but did send the bangle to the station with a note explaining how he had kept the bracelet in a drawer for years looking for a way to track down the original owners.
As well as the photo posted to the RTÉ Radio 1 Twitter account, Dave Fanning told listeners that the bangle has a small clasp on its side, as well as being engraved inside:
‘From John to Eda, with love’
A date from the 1960s was also inscribed.
— RTÉRadio1 (@RTERadio1) February 23, 2016
While the show understand they might not be able to reach John or Eda themselves, they’d love to pass the bangle along to a family member.
Think you might be able to return this to the rightful owner?
You can contact the team on [email protected] or tweet them at @RadioRayRTE.