The round-headed chancel arch is composed
of two orders. The arches are quite plain, and the
imposts have a high upright face, with no groove, and
a plain chamfer. The inner arch descends onto carved
capitals on half-columns; the bases are composed of two
superimposed rolls, without a scotia.
The N capital is carved with crooks or stems, which rise to form
volutes, with the
exception of that on the E face, which curls inwards. Between these, on the
main face, is an animal head (rabbit?) with long, upright ears. Flanking it are
hollow chip-carved triangles and below it is a strange
motif with three cusps on the top.
The S capital is also carved with crooks or stems, which rise to
these, on the main face, is a bearded male head, flanked by hollow
The outer order descends onto plain
jambs, but the upper course of that on the S side has been replaced by a