By F. A. PALEY
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The mason. COPYING MOLDINGS. adding the measurements of each If the particular 29 they should be given in respect of wall and PL. II. figs. 20, 21, 22. and is to give the ings, which as in PL. The depth may plane This is rather a is soffit simple and easy Generally, it is when they lie in one plane, an Early English Doorway at Louth. which hollows are sunk from the surface of any readily be added, as By adding planes, as in whole breadth or width of a series of mold- III. fig. 1, to I. fig. 12.
A little sharper, as in these examples from This form has been called the keel molding, from its likeness to the section of a ship show- ing the form of the keel. When with more deeply cut moldings Rivauix. isolated, with a long neck the combination of the two forms, we find it ; it worked in stood more and, probably from occasionally turning EAKLY ENGLISH MOLDINGS PL. XVIII. the edge to one side, as in and in this case ; it and 10, from 1 figs. which we immediately obtain the form in regular scroll-molding 43 fig.
Of a single side fillet, I. fig. This appears to be an acci- dental one, being merely the unOvolo and Sepulchre's Selby; Cambridge. String Nave. St. Fillet. m suggested the use of the idea of a pointed bowtell, (PL. IV. a fig. 9), fillets surface-line the or more prominent fine cu t surface of the Wall. first, may be that, with the Or roll. having been feather it suggested edge was either was throated or widened, so as effect. Forms of this kind have probably As, however, the earliest examples that this fillet it will by the cut off to produce- be found in frequently falls in a line with the chamfer-plane, as in PL.
A MANUAL OF GOTHIC MOLDINGS by F. A. PALEY