Decker: Chinese architecture, civil and ornamental

[Paul Decker:] Chinese architecture, civil and ornamental. Being a large collection of the most elegant and useful designs and plans and elevations, &c. from the Imperial retreat to the smallest ornamental building in China. … The whole neatly engraved on twenty-four copper-plates, … adapted to this climate, by P. Decker, … (London: Printed for the author, and sold by Henry Parker and Elirabeth [sic] Bakewell, opposite Birchin Lane, Cornhill; H. Piers and Partner, at the Bible and Crown, near Chancery-Lane, in Holborn 1759)

  • Digitized: Internet Archive (Book contributor & digitizing sponsor: Research Library, The Getty Research Institute)
  • Bibliographic reference: ESTC Citation Number T90193
  • No copy listed in Wiener China-Bibliographie

[Paul Decker:] Chinese architecture. Part the second. Being a large collection of designs of their paling of different kinds, lattice work, &c. For Parks, Paddocks, Terminations for Vistos, Ha Ha’s, Common Fence and Garden, Paling, both close and open, Chinese Stiles, Stair-Cases, Galleries, Windows, &c. To which are added, Several Designs of Chinese Vessels, Ewers, Ganges Cups, Tureens, Garden Pots, &c. The whole neatly engraved on twelve copper-plates, from real Chinese designs, improved by P. Decker, Architect. (London : printed for the author, and sold by Henry Parker and Elizabeth Bakewell, opposite Birchin-Lane, in Cornhill; and H. Piers and Partner, at the Bible and Crown, near Chancery-Lane, Holborn, MDCCLIX. [1759])

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