The Giada (Jade) pattern features intertwining Acanthus
leaves painted in delicate aqua-teal color tones, a pattern
that is commonly found in 15th Century Italian Catholic
churches and cathedrals.
arabesque decorative pattern is composed of rhythmic,
curvilinear designs painted in a unique combination of
aqua, teal, brown and yellow.
The foliated scrollwork motif was also employed in the
architectural decorations of late Roman and Renaissance