Vectorized natural ornament

Vectorized natural ornament
Here is a vectorized version of an ornament from the old book Intarsia and marquetry (by Jackson, F. Hamilton, Published 1903). Beneath the illustration, it is noted that this is a panel from lower row of stalls (Cathedral Savona).
Here we have a symmetrical ornament, and because it consists of various motifs from nature it is simply called the natural ornament. Its central part consists of leaves with scroll-like stems developing into flowers, acorns and different leaf shapes. As the cathedral was built in the Baroque style in the period 1589 - 1605, we assume that this ornament belongs to the same style.
This vectorized ornament is under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license.
In the image you can see what the ornament looks like, and if you can think of any good idea to use it its 2D CAD (.dwg) and vector (.eps and .svg) file formats are at your disposal.
It is very similar to the Renaissance ornament that can be downloaded here: Italian renaissance square ornament