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<i>Trace Face</i> by CEMENT Produce

Hard to believe it's not real knitwear!

Looks authentic, even close up!

Handmade in Setomono white porcelain, the external unglazed chunky knit sweater texture contrasts beautifully with the smooth glazed pastel tones inside. Choose from all white or white with hues of green, pink or blue. Great for both warm and cold beverages, and a cozy companion for hot cocoa.

Makes a great gift for 'knitty' friends and family - Too sweet!

Microwave and dishwasher safe.

History of Setomono

The term Setomono (literally, ‘objects of Seto’) refers to ceramic-ware created in the city of Seto.

Seto, near Nagoya, is home to one of the six ancient kilns of medieval Japan (Nihon Rokkoyo). With a production history going back some 1300 years, the longest of any area in Japan, the location of the city makes it ideal for creating pottery and ceramics. Local soil contains good quality porcelain clay and silica (used in making glass), and there are forests nearby to provide firewood for fuel.

During the Kamakura-Period (1158~1333), Seto became known for producing ‘tenmoku’ tea bowls, which had previously always been imported from China. As it was the only place in Japan where pottery was glazed, Seto was the sole area able to create black-glazed bowls. As a result, the form, style and colors of its products differ greatly from those of the other five Nihon Rokkoyo.

The tea ceremony, first observed by the Imperial family around 815, was developed in tandem with ceramic-ware. It became so established that emperors gave their subjects tea or tea-utensils as Imperial gifts. Tea-utensils, accordingly, came to be regarded as valuable treasures.

By the end of the 16th century, enjoyment of the tea ceremony had become wide spread among the warrior class, which brought an exponential increase in the demand for tea-utensils, and led to one of the golden periods of Japanese ceramic production in Seto and the neighboring Mino region. Encouraged by the demands of the tea ceremony and the aesthetics of tea master, Oribe, individual artisans began to explore their craft most creatively.

Many of the most famous Raku and Shino bowls were produced at this time, and even in those days were hugely valuable. The Jesuit priest Louis Frois (1532~1597) wrote that one tea bowl equaled the price of the most precious jewels in Europe. As a result, Setomono is as common a term for ceramics in Japan as china is in England.

Product Details

零售商 Japan


  • Material: Ceramic Ware
  • Dimensions: φ84mm (3.3in) x H70mm (2.75in)
  • Capacity: 240ml (approx.)
  • Weight: 165g (5.8oz)
  • Colors (external): White
  • Colors (internal): Green, Pink, White, Blue

Microwave and dishwasher safe.

All the products handling in ALEXCIOUS are the genuine products from the original makers.

Porcelain Knit Cup


¥ 3,290
转换为其他货币 $ 30.35 USD


¥ 2,000
Gift wrapping available
  • Green


    ¥ 3,290
    日本国内配送: 1-2个工作日送达
    海外配送: It takes a few more days.
  • Pink


    ¥ 3,290
    日本国内配送: 1-2个工作日送达
    海外配送: It takes a few more days.
  • White


    ¥ 3,290
    日本国内配送: 1-2个工作日送达
    海外配送: It takes a few more days.
  • Blue


    ¥ 3,290
    日本国内配送: 1-2个工作日送达
    海外配送: It takes a few more days.

Contact us

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  • Inquiry Form(We'll reply within 24 hours)

Guide for Ordering Procedures

Order Procedures

  1. 1
    Placing an Order

    Orders can be made anytime.

  2. 2
    Confirmation Mail

    An automated mail will be delivered from ALEXCIOUS after an order has been placed.

  3. 3
    Approximate Shipping Date Mail

    For products that may take up to more than the period of notation to dispatch, another mail will be sent to notify the approximate shipping date in 1-3 business days

  4. 4
    Shipment Confirmation Mail

    A confirmation mail will be sent with the voucher number that indicates that the product has been shipped.

  5. 5
    Arrival of the Product

    After the order has been delivered, we request that you kindly rate our product on the review page.

Delivery and Wrapping

Shipping Method Delivery within Japan: Sagawa Express, Delivery Overseas: Express Mail Service (EMS) via the Japan Post Service
¥ 1,620
Estimated Delivery Date
Domestic delivery usually takes 1-3 days after the order is shipped.
For international delivery, delivery time can be estimated based on that of EMS (International Express Mail Service) once the order is shipped.Check the delivery time here.
Ship from Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Sagawa Express Tracking Info Site
EMS Tracking Info Site
Insurance Included
Wrapping Message card (+ 108JPY / texts can be personalized) and gift wrapping (+ 540JPY) options are available. (Gift wrapping materials may be different from the image due to the size or shape of the product.)

Payment Method

(1) Credit card (no handling fees)
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(3) Convenience stores (no handling fees)
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(4) Online banking (no handling fees)
(5) PayPal (no handling fees)
(6) Cash-on-delivery (COD)

(For domestic shipping and wristwatch purchases only)
For those who would like to pay via cash-on-delivery (COD), please select the ATM option. Then, please specify the COD option and the desired date of delivery (excluding weekends, the date can be no sooner than 4 days after the order) on the information form below. Cash-on-delivery Option/ Service Fees

Less than JPY 10,000
JPY 300
JPY 10,000 or above ~ less than JPY 30,000
JPY 400
JPY 30,000 or above ~ less than JPY 100,000
JPY 600
JPY 100,000 or above ~ less than JPY 300,000
JPY 1000
Customers outside Japan
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