Pain, William (1730?-1790?) / The practical house carpenter, or, Youth's instructor containing a great variety of useful designs in carpentry and architecture; the five orders laid down by an entire new scale.
Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian Cornices, with Part of the Pediments to a large Scale, pp. Plate 82-Plate 84 ff.
Page Plate 82
Plate 82 Doric cornices and part of the pediment at large, if this cornice be used without columns or pilasters; give 3/8 of an inch, or 1/2 an inch to a foot and divide that height into 45 parts as figured to the cornice and dispose them parts to the mouldings in height and projection as figured.
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