Adi Toch graduated from The Cass, London in 2009 with masters in Art, Design & Visual Culture, following her BA with First Class Honours from Bezalel Art Academy in Jerusalem, Metalwork department. Her work is exhibited internationally and has won prestigious awards including a Gold Award from The Goldsmiths’ Craft and Design Council UK in 2013. She was recently shortlisted for The Loewe Craft Prize and won a 2017 Wallpaper* Design Award.
Public collections include The Victoria and Albert Museum, The Crafts Council UK, The Goldsmiths’ Company, Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge, National Museums Scotland, National Museum of Wales and The Jewish Museum New York. Adi is currently a lecturer at The Cass in London and a visiting lecturer at Bezalel Art Academy in Jerusalem.
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Melding Pourers > Enquire
H 7.5 x W 7.5 x D 7.5 cm
Britannia silver, rose gold plated copper interior/ bi metal of copper and red gold
Melding Pourers balance on the curved base or seemingly sink into the surface against their faceted cheek – each facet is composed of copper and red gold bimetal, two separate metals joined together. The pourers would change appearance over time – while the interior red gold would stay bright, the exterior copper gradually develop a deep coloured patina, revealing the two different materials.
Encircling Vessel > Enquire
This piece was chosen as a finalist for the international Loewe Craft Prize, an annual international award celebrating excellence in craftsmanship
Britannia silver, hand scribed finish, contains 1,000 1mm steel balls
H 12 x W 20 x D 20 cm
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