This is inspired by the colours of the copper green mineral and semi-precious stone, malachite, and from the same family of stones as azurite and turquoise. In the 17th and 18th century it was used as a colour made with verdigris but as it is a very fugitive colour turning black with time so we are not aware of how it was used on woodwork in many houses. It is a classical colour found in classical Italian furniture. Tint with Old Ochre for beautiful verdigris hues, these can be brightened with Antibes Green in the mix. Or try Provence as the base coat with a layer of Florence as the top coat then waxed and distressed.