The font is the only Romanesque feature in this nave and chancel church.
References to the church date from c.1200 but the church may predate the arrival of the Anglo-Normans as Ferns had claims apparently predating the earliest grants (Moore, Arch Survey, 157). The original location of the font is not known. Local tradition attributes it either to the Cistercian monastery at Tintern or Dunbrody (Pike, 1989, 14).
|d. of bowl||069 m|
|h. of bowl||0.64 m|
|h. of bowl||0.23 m|
|w. of bowl||0.70 m|