&Tradition Raku SH8 portable table lamp, blue green - brass
&Tradition Raku SH8 portable table lamp, blue green - brass
&Tradition Raku SH8 portable table lamp, blue green - brass
&Tradition Raku SH8 portable table lamp, blue green - brass
&Tradition Raku SH8 portable table lamp, blue green - brass

Raku SH8 portable table lamp, blue green - brass


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Raku SH8 portable table lamp


&Tradition's Raku SH8 is a portable table lamp that has been named and inspired by a traditional Japanese pottery technique. Designed by Sebastian Herkner, the Raku table lamp comprises two contrasting elements: a large ceramic base and a thin metal shade with a perforated edge. The base is adorned by a crackle glaze that is further emphasised when the light is turned on. The ceramic base has been made by hand, resulting in a fully unique crackling pattern.

Thanks to the portable and cordless design, you can place the Raku table lamp anywhere you like, for example on a dining table or windowsill – and move it easily whenever needed. The Raku lamp has a three-step dimmer and a rechargeable battery with an operating time of 11 hours in the brightest setting.

Anodized brass, crackle glazed ceramic. Li-ion battery.
Blue green, brass
16 cm
16 cm
Shade diameter
16 cm
21 cm
Bulb base
Light source
1W LED (included)
Colour temperature
2,700 K
Luminous flux
100 lm
25,000 h
IP rating
Protection class
Power supply
5.0V 1A
Certifications and labels
CE marked: tested and approved according to European standards
Cable length
200 cm
0.92 kg
Integrated switch
Yes: 3 levels (40% - 70% - 100%)
Magnetic micro USB cable (200 cm) included. Operating time when fully charged: 11 h (or 20 h with an extra battery). Charging time: 3.5 h (or 6 h with an extra battery). Comes with one battery. Extra batteries, bulbs and a charging tray for 12 lamps can be purchased through our Customer Service.
Care instructions
Wipe the surface of the shade with a dry cloth. Do not use any abrasive cleaning tools, stiffbrushes or strong cleaning agents.

Sebastian Herkner

Sebastian Herkner (b. 1981) is a German designer whose work spans from furniture, lighting and smaller items to interior architecture and exhibition design. Herkner has studied product design at the Offenbach University of Art and Design, and since establishing his own studio in 2006, he has collaborated with brands such as GUBI, Fontana Arte and &Tradition. During his career, Herkner has been awarded many notable design awards, including the IF Award, Iconic Award and Elle Deco International Design Award.

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    Casma, Peru


    Beautiful lamp

    181 days ago

Very good

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