Production of Catalan enameled glass reached its peak during the 16th century, and it ceased soon after 1650. The oldest surviving examples date from the end of the 15th century. These objects are characterized by a fairly consistent combination of elements. Particularly striking is the horror vacui seen in the arrangement of the enameled motifs, with green and white as the predominant colors and, to a lesser extent, yellow and blue. The surfaces are often covered with stylized plant elements, and with white flakes, droplets, or pearls. Human figures and animals are less frequently shown, although there are some interesting glasses depicting dogs and birds and, in a few cases, people and animals on the same object. The figures are presented in a naïve style, and there is no suggestion of space and depth. The decoration was adapted to fit the shape of the object.