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Capital comprising: abacus, two rolls, angle fillet, scroll, bell with keel at mid-point, roll-and-fillet as necking. Simlar examples at Holycross, Kilconnell, Strade, Lorrah Dominican.

Tomb jamb, arch and hood, moulding comprises: hollow chamfer, quadrant, hollow chamfer, quadrant, hollow chamfer. The hood, from outside in, comprises ogee roll, fillet, hollow, roll. The subtle graduation in the size of the hollow chamfers of this moulding, although simple by the standards of England or France, makes it one of the most…

Tomb niche, jamb and arch moulding from intrados comprisis: quadrant, hollow chamfer, right-angled rebate, hollow chamfer.

Top horizontal architrave of the MacNamara tomb, from the top down the stepped moulding comprises: quadrant, flat surface, angle-fillet, quadrant, right-angled rebate, quadrant, flat surface.

Pointed hood, comprising, from outside in: roll, free-standing fillet, hollow, scroll, fillet, hollow, roll.

Sketch of capital of tomb niche jamb, moulding from top down comprises: abacus, chamfer, scroll, hollow chamfer, bell, necking roll. One of a number of Flamboyant tombs found on or west of the Shannon. The Ennis example is closest in design to that in the north chancel wall at Athenry Dominican Friary.

Jamb and arch moulding of tomb niche. Moulding, from intrados, comprises: hollow chamfer, right-angled rebate, hollow chamfer, right-angled rebate, hollow chamfer. The elements grow larger as the moulding progresses from the inner to the outer face. This, though a simple design feature, is unusual in Irish mouldings and is seen rarely. A similar…

Jamb arch and hood moulding of eastern tomb of chancel. Moulding of jamb from intrados comprises: chamfer, roll, hollow, roll. The hood, from extrados inward comprises hollow, and roll (could be read as ogee). This moulding is fascinating, as it appears to be emulating a the double ogee found on similar tombs in of the Limerick/Kerry group - other…

Jamb, arch and hood moulding of flamboyant tomb niche. Moulding of jamb and arch from intrados comprises: ogee, quadrant, hollow chamfer, ogee. The hood, from extrados, comprises: quadrant, hollow chamfer, right-angled rebate, ogee. Ogees often occur in conjunction with this kind of elaborate flame like tracery, as at St. Nicholas, Galway.

Moulding of tomb chest, moulding comprises: freestanding fillet, double ogee. Ogees are unusual and often occur in conjuction with Flamoboyant tracery.

Base of tomb niche jamb. Moulding comprises from top down: grooved roll, bell, flat surface at right angle, hollow chamfer, quadrant, flat surface, bell, flat surface at right angle, quadrant, hollow chamfer, plinth. The mouldings here are unusual, the two lower elements protrude from the bell as two square blocks with mouldings at their front…

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.

Architrave framing tomb niche. Badly weathered, moulding comprises central roll, flanked at either side by flat surface, shallow roll.

Jamb and arch moulding of canopied niche in north chancel wall. Moulding from intrados comprises: quadrant, hollow chamfer, quadrant, flat surface running into hollow, mitre, hollow chamfer, quadrant, hollow chamfer.

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