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Moulding of jamb, arch and hood. From intrados, moulding comprises: hollow chamfer, quadrant, hollow chamfer. The hood comprises: ogee, hollow chamfer, with a frontal fillet. This tomb niche is similar to examples at Ennis, Adare Franciscan, Adare Augustinian, Askeaton, Lislaughtin, Abbeydorney and Kilconnell.

Bracket of pinnacle, with moulding comprising: free-standing fillet, free-standing fillet, free-standing fillet.

Moulded frame of Arma Christi panel. Moulding comprises, from inside edge: hollow chamfer, hollow chamfer, scroll, angle fillet.

Hood of window angle shaft. Moulding comprises: angle keel flanked at either side by quarter hollows and chamfers.

Jamb and arch of pointed door that might be called Transitional or Early English in style. The mouldings perhaps too large and simple to be Early English. Moulding comprises: angle roll flanked at either side by quarter roll, and to front face by hollow chamfer.

Base of octagonal piscina shaft. From top down moulding comprises: chamfered fillet as necking, bell, roll, bell, plinth.

Piscina in south wall of choir, the simple moulding of the jamb and arch comprises from intrados: chamfer, hollow, chamfer.

Mullion of tracery in canopied tomb niche. Moulding comprises: central fillet flanked at either side by hollow, quadrant, right-angled rebate, quadrant, hollow.

Capital of rood screen, from top down moulding comprises: scroll, roll, angle-fillet, scroll with upper and lower fillets, bell with keel, necking-scroll. This capital is very similar to those from the cloister at Holycross and the group related to it - particularly the use of the scroll, roll and angle-fillet in the upper element and the keel in…

Arches of rood screen, moulding from soffit comprises: quadrant, fillet, quarter-hollow, fillet, right-angled rebate, fillet, ogee, right-angled rebate, ogee, fillet, hollow chamfer, quadrant, ogee, fillet. Extensive use of ogees here, a late Gothic moulding rarely found in Ireland. When found it is often in association with very high quality work.

Base from reconstructed cloister, moulding from top down comprises: roll, bell, drooping keel, bell running into plinth.

Base of reconstructed cloister, from top down moulding comprises: roll, bell, roll, roll, bell, plinth with quirks. The middle element here looks rather like the double rolls of an English Perpendicular base.

Capital from reconstructed cloister, moulding from top down comprises: abacus, roll, roll, angle-fillet, roll-and-fillet, fillet, bell, necking roll-and-fillet.

Jamb of tomb niche, larger rolls topped by capitals and bases. Moulding from inner face comprises: large roll, hollow, roll, hollow, roll, hollow, large roll, hollow, roll, hollow, roll - this roll runs into the flat wall surface. Few of these western tomb niches have separate straight jambs with shafts provided with capitals and bases - this…

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