Image of the feature "Doorways: Nave, S doorway" at East Dean.
by Kathryn Morrison.
Pointed, of three orders, retaining much whitewash.
Second order: nook shafts on attic bases sitting on oblique, rather than stepped plinths; plain neckings, carved capitals (see below) and impost blocks continuous with those of first order. L capital: of the waterleaf variety, incorporating a lower tier of spade-shaped leaves as well as tall, pointed leaves. Rim of bell visible. Main angle damaged. R capital: carved with a single row of pointed leaves; the tip of that on the main angle is broken. Rim of bell visible. Angle roll in the arch.
|h. of opening||2.45 m|
|w. of opening||1.055 m|
|max. w.||0.18 m|