An all-season style inspired by the Chinese art of decorating ceramics was found within Update 1.12.1 files. The 2D style is non-historical and has a cost of 1,750 Gold.
White and blue ceramics became widely popular in China in the 14th century. To create ornaments, masters used a cobalt pigment that could withstand the extreme temperatures of firing. At the time, blue cobalt was very expensive and cost twice as much as gold. Each piece was hand-painted with a brush. This method of decorating ceramics had a profound influence on the cultural development of China and other countries.