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Octagonal baptismal font with hexagonal supporting shafts running from angles of bowl. Moulding comprises frontal mitre flanked at either side by quadrant, hollow chamfer, flat surface, hollow and rear mitre. Rare survival of Decorated font.

Base of piscina, from top down, moulding comprises: angle fillet, bell, roll, roll, bell, free-standing fillet, plinth. A Perpenidcular style base resembling others at the site.

Piscina jamb and arch moulding, which comprises, from intrados: chamfer, flat surface, roll, broad fillet at same level as intrados, ogee, ogee, chamfer, fillet, ogee. The hood, from outermost point to innermost comprises: fillet, wave, hollow, ogee. This moulding is unusual for the inclusion of a wave, for the extra ornamentation of the intrados,…

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…

Pointed door contined in square frame with tracery in the spandrels. From intrados moulding comprises hollow, chamfer, chamfer (forming mitre at angle), hollow, chamfer, right-angled rebate, chamfer, hollow, chamfer. Unusual moulding, mitres rare, see Holycross for other examples.

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

Round base of sedilia, moulding from top down comprises: roll, bell, roll, roll, bell, free-standing fillet, hollow, plinth. A Perpendicular style base resembling others at the site. This base is round, making it even more unusual.

Round capital of sedilia, from top down moulding comprises abacus, chamfer, hollow, roll, fillet, bell, necking roll. This capital is unusual not only because it is round rather than the usual polygonal shape, but because the moulding elemets are small in scale and finely cut.

Jamb, arch and hood moulding of sedilia. From intrados moulding comprises: ogee roll-and-fillet, quadrant, double ogee. The hood, from the outer to inner face reads: chamfer, ogee, hollow chamfer, ogee. This is an unusual moulding, in scale and in variety of elements. It resembes the west door moulding of Abbeydorney Cistercian Monastery and these…

Base of pinnacle flanking tomb nice. Moulding from top down comprises: roll, bell, roll, roll, bell, fillet, sloping plinth. This base is Perpendicular in form and compares with those at Sligo Dominican, Strade and Ballintubber.

Base of tomb niche opening, moulding from top down comprises: roll, roll, bell, roll, roll, bell, curved plinth. Very unusual Perpendicular style base, other examples can be found at Strade, Sligo Dominican, Balintubber.

Mullion from panels of blind Perpendicular tracery at the back of the tomb niche. The mullion comprises: frontal fillet flanked at either side by ogee, fillet, hollow. It may also be read as a roll and fillet flanked at either side by hollows. One of the only mouldings of this kind found in late medieval Irish Gothic.

The only moulded capital of the nave arcade (furthest east). Moulding from top down comprises: abacus, quadrant, bell.

Jamb, arch and hood moulding of tomb niche. From intrados, moulding comprises quardant, right-angled rebate, quadrant. The hood, from outer moulding to inner, comprises a frontal fillet, hollow chamfer quadrant.

Base course running along jamb of tomb niche. The moulding comprises: chamfer, chamfer, chamfer. The mouldings may have been more distincitve but they are now very worn.

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