It comes from a book (children's comedy) written in Spanish language and published in 1927. The border consists of leaves and fruits; in the upper middle part there is the Green Man motif and in the lower middle part two Cupids are resting against an ellipse through which strips are pulled.
It is called the ‘Renaissance border design’ because both the Green Man and Cupid used to be very common motifs in Renaissance artwork. The border has a large central part and the interior of the ellipse is intended for a text or decoration. It has been hand-traced with high precision and painted black-and-white.