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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.

Jamb and arch of tomb niche. From intrados moulding comprises: ogee, quadrant. Similar tomb niches can be found at Quin, Adare Franciscan, Adare Augustinian, Askeaton, Lislaughtin, Abbeydorney, Kilconnell.

Fragment of tomb niche like those in north nave wall. Hood moulding comprises from upper face to inner: broad fillet, ogee, hollow chamfer.

Jamb and arch moulding, at the indtados there is damage, but remaining there is: hollow chamfer, double ogee. Similar tomb niches occur at Quin, Adare Franciscan, Adare Augustinian, Askeaton, Lislaughtin, Abbeydorney and Kilconnell.

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.

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