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Extra resources for A Manual of Gothic Moldings: With Directions for Copying Them and for Determining Their Dates
Magnificent both pure Decorated. are arch-mold from Fig. the doorway of St. 25 18 is a Clement's Church, Cambridge, showing the capitals of the two jambshafts. This the central but falls is not an easy example to copy by the eye, for member on the in each group does not extend to the angle, line of the chamfer. The observation of this circumstance immediately removes the principal This section illustrates a very which may be called the common triplicity of difficulty. peculiarity of its style, Whether moldings.
1 of the same Morcot Church, in the same county. arrangement is derived the double roll and member forms the central commonly an arch from Seaton Church, Rut- fig. 2, but occasionally double, as ; belfry arch of side. ordei's, of PL. XVIII. fig. 8, plate, the From fillet this which an arch-mold from the choir of Ripon Minster. In considering the origin of the cylindrical first roll or bowtell, the element of moldings, the influence of jamb-shafts must be taken into account. In Norman doorways every nook formed by the receding under-ribs, already described, detached column.
II. fig. 7, is an Early English molding from the of the chancel door, Cherry Hinton. fig. Fig, 12 would probably assume it Fig. 8 is interior a pier-arch, 6 the northern doorway of the same church. and 'Fig. 19 is a very fine molding from the inner door of the south porch. ) Fig. 9 both from Over. way a doorway, and is fig. These are Early Decorated. at Madingley, and fig. 13 a window-jamb, Fig. " —Brandon's Analysis, p. 50. any reference to THE GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF FORMATION. These bridge. magnificent both pure Decorated.