Welcome to Sutton Pottery
Sutton Pottery is a small "Open Studio" workshop in rural East Norfolk, established by Malcolm Flatman in 1977 in the Broadland village of Sutton, near Stalham. He makes a large range of "reduction" stoneware entirely by hand, in consistent styles and colours, and offers a full postal service.
Visitors are welcome in the workshop to see what’s going on, and to browse through the gallery area, where a large range of finished pottery is displayed. Usual opening times are: normal weekdays, 9 am to 1 pm, and 2 pm to 5pm, or dusk in winter. Please phone before a special journey.
Malcolm has decided to retire in May 2020. His last expected batch of pottery will be finished late in 2019, and he will be making to order only from August 2019. Please contact him at any time with your requirements before 6th September.
He will still offer pottery lessons well into September for those wishing to learn to “throw” pots on the potter’s wheel and have them fired. A session of intensive tuition lasts 3 hours, and takes place on weekdays (mornings or afternoons). Two electric wheels are available, so two people can share the experience and the cost! Email [email protected] for more details, to book tuition or to buy a lesson gift voucher.