By F. A. PALEY
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The annexed section will also serve as an illustration of the ordinary forms of Early English moldings. - Early English W/a llilli^ Wmit llllllp- ^ e sa ^ moldings may comP r i se *ne following The plain bowtell or edge-roll. *° ' ( / ' p members: V \ \ r~\ ~ 1. 4 2. The pointed 3. The 4. bowtell. roll-and-fillet. The scroll-molding (rare). EARLY ENGLISH MOLDINGS. 5. 39 Angular forms, consisting of chamfered ridges and inter- vening projections, of irregular character. The other forms chiefly consist of modifications of the roll- and- fillet, which are so capricious as almost to defy any attempt to assign them names and formations.
Any reference to THE GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF FORMATION. These bridge. 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.
Elaborate group its MANUAL OP GOTHIC MOLDINGS. 42 Fig. 7, the rich and a fragment from Rivaulx Abbey. fig. d. 1270, exhibits the scroll form on the interior order. Antiquaries are not agreed as to the origin of this molding. may It left perhaps be regarded as a uncut, either because capitals, or afforded a ings, line where it more roll-and-fillet with one side was removed from sight, as in effective drip in strings and weather- it The shadowed edge- most constantly occurs. was presented by the scroll-molding as well as by the and-fillet ; and the principles of roll- which suggested both effect Ik.
A MANUAL OF GOTHIC MOLDINGS by F. A. PALEY