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Photograph by Roger Stalley. North transept door in three moulded orders. Inner square order has angle shaft flanked by three - quarter hollows and fillets. Outer two orders have plan shafts with water - holding bases on round plinths. These shafts flanked at inner faces by hollows and round shafts and at outer faces by hollows and roll - and -…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Interior of the lavabo showing a double plinth, the upper section very deep, surmounted by a water - holding base cut to echo the shaft above. The shaft comprises a central spiked hollow flanked by beak mouldings.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of north arcade of nave from the south - east showing chamfered arches resting on scallop capitals and alternating square and cylindrical piers on low perpyn walls. The west gable has three round headed windows with a smaller single light over the central window. The round headed clerestory windows are located over…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of south aisle from the west showing south elevation of nave with five - bay pointed arch arcade. Piers, varied in design (round, square and octagonal, the latter with engaged shafts) have scallop capitals and rest on square plinths. They are linked by a perpyn wall(damaged). Entrance to the north transept is via…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Western side of south entrance porch showing capitals with stiff - leaf and head carvings, en - delit shafts and moulded base . Detached shafts are absent. View into western side of interior of porch shows blind arcading.

Base of tomb mullions/uprights. From top down moulding comprises: roll, bell, fillet, roll, bell, fillet, roll, bell, plinth.

Base of pinnacles flanking tomb nice. From top down moulding comprises: roll, bell, chamfer running into plinth. Similar niches occur at Quin, Adare Franciscan, Adare Augustinian, Askeaton, Lislaughtin, Abbeydorney, Kilconnell.

Cloiser base, moulding from top down comprises: roll, bell, roll, bell, roll, chamfer running into plinth.

Cloister base, moulding from top down comprises: roll, bell, hollow chamfer, chamfer running into plinth.

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.

Base of middle niche in south wall of nave. Moulding is broken, but what remains, from top down, comprises: water-holding element, roll with two fillets, chamfer, plinth.

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