The 10 Wishlist Stocking Fillers

Struggling to find something for the person who has everything? Check out these stocking fillers that won't disappoint.


If you’re thinking about buying a loved one jewellery this Christmas you might struggle to part ways with pieces from Daisy London. Its Nature’s Way collection features designs studded with vines, bark, feathers and sycamore leaves in 18ct gold plate.

Sycamore leaf necklace, £99, daisy


Marry ‘Christmas Day essential’ with ‘nifty little stocking filler’ and you get Alessi’s Noè wine and champagne bottle stopper, relaunched for the festive season in this soft and chic Golden Pink shade.

Giulio Iacchetti for Alessi, £29,


As the temperature drops and the nights draw in, it’s time to think about lighting the fire and snuggling up.  Set the mood this season with a sleek and slender fire lighter to light up those candles and get that fireplace roaring. Available in six colours (our favourite is this brushed gold), The Wand from S.T. Dupont has a powerful blue torch flame  – and comes with a refill. The perfect decorative object for lighting any candle in an instant, both indoors and out, The Wand makes a seriously stylish Christmas gift (or keep it for yourself – we won’t judge).


Sniph,, is a new subscription service that allows you to try a travel-size bottle of fragrance from six carefully curated collections from just £9 every month. All perfumes are from well-known brands so you can choose your scent according to your mood or style. And if you fall in love with one, you can purchase a full-size bottle. Makes an ideal Christmas gift, too.

Perfume subscription box from


When it comes to disappointing Christmas gifts, socks have long been in a league of their own. But elevating the humble foot warmers to new heights, Desmond & Dempsey’s offerings are design-focused enough to command genuine ‘oohs’ and ‘aahs’ as they’re dug out from a stocking.

Zebra Print socks, £1,


A scented candle that also doubles up as a ceramic art piece? What’s not to love? Abalon, the sustainable brand created by artist Ana Bridgewater, has released its new collection of eco-soya, hand-sculpted porcelain candles and we’re just a little bit obsessed. Each pretty porcelain pot is filled with pure eco-soya wax which is infused with 100% natural, ethically-sourced essential oils. Available in three gorgeous spa-like scents (lemongrass, lavender and a cedarwood, rosemary, lavandin blend), and in a variety of gorgeous ceramic cases, they make a gorgeous Christmas gift.

The vegan candles burn clean so that once the wax has burned down, it can easily be replaced with a refill (with additional refills costing as little as £8), plus the candles typically last 30-50% longer than paraffin wax.


Boarding passes might be accessible from our smartphones, but no digital device is set to replace the paper passport any time soon. Stow’s First Class leather tech case offers the best of both worlds, with compartments for essential documents on one side, and pockets for chargers, cables and plugs on the other. No holidays booked to use them? New colours such as Provence Yellow should inspire some planning.



Mention ‘legend’ and ‘chocolatier’ in the same sentence and chances are you are talking about John Cadbury, the great-great-great grandfather of Love Cocoa founder James. So that’s one reason to invest in these Salted Caramel, Gin & Tonic and, yes, Avocado-infused numbers. The other is the pretty packaging that’s almost too good to be peeled away.

Love Cocoa avocado 70 per cent organic dark chocolate bar,


It’s wise to have a few cards up your sleeve should a power-cut strike on 25th December, though these design-led numbers really do deserve to be on full display. Time to lock away the iPad, disconnect the TV and champion good, old-fashioned fun.

Couvertures Nouvelles playing cards, £85, Hermès (

Maison de Jeu playing cards, £32, Christian Lacroix,

Frank Lloyd Wright playing cards, £13,


If you think material items lack sentiment, imagine being gifted a totally bespoke, intricately hand-embroidered map, stitched onto ivory matt silk and dotted with the parks, pubs and local landmarks visited by you and your beloved (or BFF). Pretty thoughtful, right? Working from her Cockpits Arts studio – home to some of Britain’s finest craft talent – Ekta Kaul’s bespoke StoryMaps are set to warm cockles far and wide over the festive season.

Bespoke wall-hangings, price on request,

For the less mushy among us, commissioned pieces can be labelled with locations of architectural icons, favourite walks or simply your local area, all adding up to one-off pieces with exceptional charm and character.

Bespoke wall-hangings, price on request,

Try your hand on one of Ekta’s embroidery workshops to master the art of the needle on a smaller-scale. Bespoke wall-hangings, price on request, and workshops, from £75,

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