In the meantime here are few more treasures to wet your appetite.
Molly Micklethwaite White's charming tiles
We are hoping to get Margo Selby and her vividly coloured silk scarves and cushion covers on board
Laura Gravestock's cocktail rings and beaded bands are from her majestic collection, inspired by the Elizabethan era.
Ruth Tomlinson is inspired by the idea of lifecycles and change in nature, in transience from birth to decay.
Raja and Rani will be providing us with sumptuous throws, scarves and cushion covers from India
Ali Nash uses antique beads and charms sourced from all over the World in her lovely jewellery
We love Beatrice Minns's handmade lampshades, they will make fabulous and original Christmas gifts
Annie Banian's delightful jewellery 'brings together elements of quintessentially English afternoon tea with sleek contemporary design.'
We are in love with Megan Herbert's waterfall wall sticker, wheeeeeee splash!
Claire English's baby magpie skull necklace is to die for, as is all of her witty and curious jewellery
Doreth Jones uses recycled materials to create her stunning jewellery
We are hoping to stock Polly Lyster's wonderful hand dyed scarves, Polly is the founder of Dyeworks.
Charming painted bone china egg cups by Jane Merer Alexander
Cabbage is King makes us smile and is Greig Alderman's creation. Greig hopes that his designs will enrich your life and simultaneously make you look cool!