A few other places to go...
Izzy's Umbrella sells jewellery and crocheted hats, scarves and other accessories. Ruth, who runs it, was one of the first people to stock some of my jewellery in her "real-life" shop in Dumfries and Galloway. The physical shop has now closed, and I no longer stock my jewellery in shops, but our websites are linked together, so there's a little legacy there....
My sister, Nicolar Bell, specialises in textiles, character design and illustration. Her website has a portfolio of her broader work and also an online shop where you can buy handmade textile creatures, jewellery and felt creations.
Another shop of mine is the Unexpected Boutique - this sells a broader range of quirky jewellery, mostly made using found objects such as dice, jigsaw pieces, safety pins and other bits and pieces you might find lying around in the back of a drawer somewhere. It's an extension of my button-based repurposing penchant, which has a site of its own.
You can also visit my upcycling and crafting blog: Helen Makes Things. This has news and updates of new jewellery designs, and also stories of a few of the other things I make for myself or friends. There are also a few useful craft-related resources and articles about the best techniques for selling handmade jewellery online.