Online Shop Now Open!
We have been working away behind the scenes to bring you an easy way to buy our Makers' work online, and now it's ready to be revealed.
You can browse what they have to offer "department store" style and easily find that special gift or item for your home, or alternatively you can see what your favourite Maker has for sale.
So for those missing our events and looking for ease in browsing and acquiring the best of Suffolk craftsmanship, just follow the links below >>
Welcome to the Suffolk Craft Society
From its foundation in 1970, The Society’s objective of promoting excellence in designer craft-making and supporting the work of Suffolk based and affiliated craft-makers has been constant. Initially a small group of ceramicists led the way in the formation of the SCS and under its first Chairman, Commander John Jacob, the Society met at Snape Maltings.
John Chipperfield the veteran and much-admired ceramicist, was a founder member and still exhibits as an Honorary Member. Over the years several hundred talented makers across a whole range of craft disciplines have been elected to membership. Many have gone on to forge successful careers in their field. If you care about nurturing and supporting great craft skills, please consider becoming a Friend, or get in touch if you are interested in becoming a maker in the society.
Latest News & Events
Suffolk Craft Society at the Pond Gallery, Snape Maltings - June 11th to 23rd
Enjoy great contemporary craft work from a selection of the Suffolk Craft Society’s excellent designer craft-maker at The Pond Gallery, Snape Maltings.
Maker of the Week - Kate Reynolds
Our SCS Maker of the Week is Kate Reynolds, who makes sculptural ceramics on the theme of the human head and figure.
Maker of the Week - Sally Freer
Sally Freer creates prints in the form of either remembered impressions or based on watercolours produced round the countryside and seascape around Suffolk and Essex.
You can follow us on Facebook and Instagram for regular showcasing of our makers’ inspiring work and for new SCS events and developments.
Time to develop new ideas
Time to explore familiar materials in new ways
Time to combine different materials
Time to work on a larger or smaller scale
Time to get out of a rut and start anew
Time to plan a whole new body of work
The possibilities are endless