Table Lamp⼁Akari 1AD
TO DENMARK: 1-3 working days
Pickup shop delivery from: DKK 49
Home delivery from: DKK 65
Office delivery from: DKK 55
For shipment to Greenland and the Faroe Islands, please contact our webshop: firstname.lastname@example.org
WITHIN EU: 2-5 working days
Sweden from: DKK 150
Germany from: DKK 130
Rest of Europe* from: DKK 180
* Exclusive of Turkey and Russia
OVERSEAS & OUTSIDE OF EU: 3-6 working days
Norway and USA from: DKK 350
Rest of the world: Price is calculated doing checkout
An island fee can be added on some destinations.
NB: For countries outside of EU, delays may occur due to custom controls. In general, delays may occur on special busy occasions - for example Christmas.
General shipping prices do not apply for our tables and cabinets. There are special delivery times for larger pieces of furniture such as cabinets and tables.
Return and refund
Return and refund
Items bought on stilleben.dk are fully returnable and refundable within 30 days upon receipt. If you wish to return your purchase, please mark which item you wish to return on your receipt and fill out your return form.
NB: The right of withdrawal is annulled if you use the product in a way that obviously reduces the sales value significantly. The goods must be returned unused and in the same condition as they were upon receipt and in the original packaging. If not, you will receive a refund equal to the state of the item.
Items bought from our webshop can only be returned to our webshop and following address:
We don’t offer free returns but you can buy a return label at returpakke.dk. This option is only available to customers residing in Denmark.
When we receive your parcel and the items are approved we will return the order amount to the account or gift card used for the purchase.
For more information click here.
The Akari lamp is handmade in Japan using washi paper produced from mulberry bark. The washi paper is cut into strips and carefully adhered to the bamboo ribbing. Each lamp has a collapsible construction which enables it to be flat packed until installed in a home.
Isamu Noguchi designed the first Akari lamp in 1951 and has created more than 100 designs in the family-run Ozeki workshop in the Gifu, Japan - a town with a long history creating lanterns from mulberry bark and bamboo. Using traditional methods, Noguchi designed floor lamps, table lamps and ceiling lamps in different shapes and sizes and with a distinctive expression.