At the lowest level, this is correct, but I would not recommend accessing the property entry directly if the intent is to do this from code.
To find them in the database where they happen to live today:
SELECT pe.property_key, ps.propertyvalue FROM propertyentry pe INNER JOIN propertystring ps ON pe.id = ps.id WHERE entity_name = 'jira.properties' AND property_key LIKE 'com.atlassian.jira.lookandfeel:%';
If you want to do this from code, you should step out two layers, skipping over SAL's
PluginSettings to land at LookAndFeelProperties, the outward facing API that is actually provided for external access to them.
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