By F. A. PALEY
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In some cases it closely approaches the character of the roll-and-triple-fillet, as PL. V. fig. 6, the beautiful Decorated window-jamb at North- borough, Northamptonshire. In Decorated work the fillet became extremely broad, PL. IV. 19, often as fig. case it may be much as three, or even four inches. clustered piers, where it very often occurs, as in those to the east of the octagon at Ely. But always a narrow edge-line. in Early English If set square generally a sign of early work. * There lis is In this said to lose its original character, especially in sometimes so close a in this complex molding, that it is on the almost roll, it is See the outline diagrams in resemblance to the head of a fleur-deit is difficult to disconnect the idea of the one from the other.
1, Three pointed rolls fig. 11, fall wholly on the chamfer- which is seldom the case in this placed together, somewhat in the form of a fleur-de-lis,* form a combination of very frequent occurrence. It may often be found between of large doorways, as at Peterborough any position, with many minor fig. 21, and PL. II. fig. 5, are the detached shafts and Ely, and indeed examples. in PL. IV. varieties of shape. In some cases it closely approaches the character of the roll-and-triple-fillet, as PL. V.
T The mediaeval term for what we now call mulUon. ; THE GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF FORMATION. 17 might almost suspect that the very same working drawing had been used for both. And this, when it is considered, must appear a very wonderful fact. Although the examples given here are in nearly every case from stonework, the student would do well to notice those in other materials, such as wood, iron, &c, though the same for forms will be found at the same date as in stonework, they are on a more delicate scale, according to the fine- B ^IBF i ness of the material thus, in the annexed examples, the monial t, trom ,1 Burgh Woodwork, Burgh.
A MANUAL OF GOTHIC MOLDINGS by F. A. PALEY