1. Using a length of string or ribbon, wrap it around the base of your finger. To ensure the ring fits comfortably, we suggest measuring your knuckle as well. Your ring should be loose enough to slide over your knuckle comfortably.

2. With a pen, mark the point on the string where the ends meet.

3. Measure the string in  with a ruler.

4. Choose the closest measurement to the chart below to identify your ring size. If your ring appears to be between two sizes, we recommends choosing the larger size. 

Rings with a thick band or stacking style will feel tighter than a thin band, so we would recommend going for a size larger than your normal ring size

Finger size can change slightly depending on your body temperature. To find the most accurate size avoid measuring your fingers when they are very cold or wet, as this is when they will be their smallest.

Rosie Fortescue Jewellery is Vermeil; made of Sterling Silver plated with 2.5 microns of 18ct Gold, Rose Gold or plated with Black or White Rhodium. Due to the thickness of its plating, Vermeil is more resilient than other plated jewellery. Vermeil is also more tolerable to sensitive skin than regular plated jewellery because of its silver base and thicker plating. To keep your Rose Fortescue Jewellery in pristine condition, please follow our care and cleaning instructions listed below.  


- Store your jewellery or watch in the boxes or pouches provided in a cool, dry room. Avoid excess condensation as this can damage delicate gemstones and cause precious metals to discolour, tarnish and erode. Each item should be stored separately to avoid scratching.

- Never spray perfume, hairspray or any other solvent on your jewellery. To prevent harsh chemicals from damaging your jewellery, we advise you to apply cosmetic products prior to putting on your jewels.

- Harsh chemicals, such as chlorine can damage, discolour or erode precious metals and gemstones, therefore jewellery should be removed when bathing and swimming.

- Silver is a soft metal by nature so treat your jewels delicately and do not wear to bed. We recommend removing jewellery when participating in any physical or labour-intensive activities. Do not attempt to bend or re-shape any jewellery as this can damage the setting and the stones, causing them to fall out.


- Use a soft, dry, lint-free cloth after each wear to remove any makeup or natural skin oils. 

- Do not use abrasive cleaners on jewellery or rough paper tissues to clean precious metals as this can scratch the metal.

- Be gentle, jewellery containing gemstones are more fragile, so please take extra care when cleaning.

- If you are unsure about how to clean a piece of jewellery, please contact a local jeweller for professional advice.



At Rosie Fortescue Jewellery we pride ourselves on our quality and as such, offer a 6-month guarantee on all of our jewellery and 1 year guarantee on our watches. In the unlikely event that a piece is deemed faulty, we will replace it upon its return. Should the item no longer be in stock, we offer a full credit against your next order.

If items have been mistreated or damaged these cannot be replaced or credited, as we are unable to assume responsibility for any damages the jewellery may incur if cared for otherwise than the stated above.

If you are purchasing an item with a stone, please take extra care with the setting. We do not repair jewellery and if a setting is damaged, causing a stone to fall out, we can not replace this. Settings can be damaged by; any applied pressure, hitting a hard surface inadvertently with any force or catching and snagging on knitted clothing.