Mix and match the designs from the Domus Aurea Collection of Pompeiian style stencils. These patterns derive from the villas, temples, theaters and baths of the seaside town destroyed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in ad 79 and later stylized by their rediscovery of the Domus Aurea. Symmetry, ornament, and linear finesse define these stencils.
With new excavations, we see that peacocks were a prevalent motif in Pompeiian design. It was a symbol of wealth and royalty.
For the "Candelabra" effect using this stencil, Panel Set C, uses the Pavone, Serpent, Vaso and Beaded Vines to create the vertical, ancient Roman decorative style of painting.
Watch this video of Nicola Vigini demonstrating venetian plaster stenciling.
Stencil Pattern Size: 10"W x 12"H
Stencil Page Size: 12"W x 14 1/4"H