Image of the feature "III. Exterior Features: 2. Windows: Nave W window" at Kilpeck.
by Ron Baxter.
Single order, round headed. The jambs have heavy en-delit nook-shafts carved with beaded two- and three-strand interlace strands with cross-links, superficially resembling basketweave. They are carried on inverted cushion bases, their shields deeply and concentrically fluted and reeded. The shafts carry capitals in the form of grotesque human heads with beaded stems terminating in leaves emerging from their mouths. Neckings are fat rolls and there are no imposts. The arch has a fat nook roll carved with double-reeded basketweave - true this time, and deeply undercut. There is no label.