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Base of middle niche in south wall of nave. Moulding is broken, but what remains, from top down, comprises: water-holding element, roll with two fillets, chamfer, plinth.

Statue corbel at south side of nave, moulding from top down comprises: abacus, quadrant, flat surface, quadrant, fillet, hollow chamfer, fillet, bell, scroll, fillet, flat surface, quadrant, quarter roll (upside-down scroll), fillet, bell, necking roll.

Arch and hood of wall arcade. Moulding from intrados comprises: chamfer, hollow, triple-filleted roll, hollow, chamfer. The hood, from external to internal surface comprises: fillet, roll, hollow, roll, chamfer.

Base of sedilia, with two water-holding elements. From top down moulding comprises: necking roll-and-fillet, hollow, roll with upper fillet, hollow, roll with upper fillet, chamfer, plinth. Again, this might most readily be called debased Early English.

The tomb chest section of canopied tomb, edge moulding of chest with pinnacle to sinister and moulding of small traceried panel to dexter. Moulding comprises, from pinnacle: fillet, quarter roll, quarter roll, flat surface, quarter roll, flat surface, quadrant, right-angled rebate, hollow chamfer. This tomb niche, in its overall composition, is…

Jamb and arch of O'Kelly tomb, the moulding is unusual, and comprises from intrados: hollow chamfer, hollow chamfer, hollow chamfer (forming a kind of polygonal shaft), protruding double roll.

Jamb fragment, possibly door. Moulding comprises: hollow chamfer, quadrant, right-angled rebate, hollow chamfer, quadrant.

Doorway under tower, moulding comprises from intrados: hollow chamfer, hollow chamfer, hollow chamfer. The workmanship here is very fine and the stone has held its surface dressing. This door is almost identical in moulding and quality to the south west door of the nave in Holycross Abbey, Co. Tipperary. This, like the chancel door, suggests the…

West door jamb, arch and hood moulding. Moulding from intrados comprises: quadrant, hollow chamfer, quadrant. Hood, from outer face in comprises: frontal fillet, quadrant, hollow chamfer.

Window fragment. Moulding comprises: frontal fillet flanked at either side by a roll, and larger roll. This looks like a fragment of the windows in the south wall of the Portlester Chapel.

Portlester chapel arcade moulding, from bottom to top moulding comprises: fillet, double ogee, fillet, hollow chamfer, right-angled rebate, hollow chamfer, quadrant, hollow chamfer. Only the bottom half of the moulding appears in the drawing. The use of the double ogee is rare in Ireland.

Base moulding of Portlester Chapel arcade. Moulding comprises: necking roll, bell, scroll, plinth. The mouldings are very broad.

Portlester chapel arcade capital. Moulding from top comprises: abacus, hollow, roll, bell, necking roll. The components are very broad.

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