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

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.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of east end of choir showing graded triple lancet windows with banded shafts and foliate capitals, hood mouldings and label stops. A piscina flanks the outermost lancets, each one currently containing an effigy of a bishop holding a crozier. South elevation shows nine trefoil - headed lancet windows flanked by…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of nave and choir from north - west showing south elevation and east end. Triple lancet windows in east end with square window over central light. The south elevation, with crow - stepped battlement shows nine trefoil - headed lancet windows at the east end and a piscina in the south - east corner; double arches on…

Annulet or shaft-ring of window angle shaft. Moulding, from top down comprises: roll, outward splaying bell, flat surface, roll, flat surface, inward splaying bell, roll.

Hood of door, moulding comprises: angle keel flanked at either side by quarter roll, with hollow chamfer at front face leanding to wall surface. Mouldings broad and Transitional in character.

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.

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

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