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(handwritten on back of image): Bridgetown (Abbeytown), Co. Cork: "Kilcummer Abbey" (Franciscan Friary): int. of chancel (c.c. 5 5 ft. from tomb w. arched recess in S. wall.)107.

Door jamb and arch moulding, moulding from intrados comprises: chamfer, quadrant, fillet, hollow chamfer, fillet, quadrant, fillet, right-angled rebate, fillet, quadrant, fillet, hollow chamfer, fillet, quadrant, fillet. This door, due to various design similarites, is almost certainly by the same mason as the west door of Ardnaree Augustinian,…

Mullion of curvilinear east window. Mullion is moulded at both inner and outer faces. Inner face comprises: frontal fillet flanked at either side by hollow chamfer, quadrant, hollow chamfer. The moulding of the outer face comprises: frontal fillet flanked at either side by hollow chamfer, right-angled rebate and hollow chamfer. The sides of the…

Mullion, loose in stone store, only one side of the mullion has elaborate mouldings, the other side is simply chamfered. The moulded side comprises: central fillet flanked at either side by hollow chamfer, spike, hollow chamfer.

Jamb shaft running along reveal of east window. Moulding comprises, from angle: corner triple filleted roll flanked at either side by hollows and chamfers. This moulding looks Early English but is most likely fifteenth century, it looks similar to the work at Roscommon Dominican Friary, both in the jambs and in the tracery (both broken but…

Base of shaft at outer face of jamb. Moulding from top down comprises: chamfered fillet, bell with keel half way down, fillet, scroll, chamfer, plinth. This base is similar in type to those at Holycross, Kilconnell, Lorrah, Strade etc.

Capital frieze running the length of the splayed door jamb. Moulding comprises, from centre: central frontal roll-and-fillet flanked above and below by fillet, hollow, and scroll.

Hood moulding of door. From extrados, moulding comprises frontal fillet flanked by quadrants, and at inner face, by a fillet, hollow and roll.

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.

West door moulding, from soffit moulding comprises: roll-and-fillet, fillet, hollow, fillet, roll-and-fillet, fillet, hollow, fillet, roll-and-fillet, fillet, hollow, roll-and-fillet, fillet, pinnacle. This door, in its overall composition and the width of the fillets, is close to doors at Holycross, Kilcooly and other works related to them.

Base of rood screen, moulding comprises from top down: chamfered fillet, bell with keel, scroll, ogee, chamfer, plinth. This is similar to the complex bases from the cloister at Holycross, similar also to those at Lorrah Dominican and Roscrea.

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.

Doorway from chancel into east range of claustral buildings. Moulding from intrados comprises: quadrant, right-angled rebate, quadrant. Pinnacles flank the door, with an angle-fillet as the front face. This door is identical in moulding and general design to those at St. Canice's Cathedral, Tullaroan and Fertagh, all in Co. Kilkenny. They are…

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