S doorway.

Image of the feature "Doorways: S doorway to nave. " at Saxton.

by John McElheran.

Doorway of two orders. First order plain and square; continuous.

Second order has plain plinth, ring and torus base, not waterholding. Detached shafts one-piece but severely weathered - they are probably modern restorations in an inferior stone (compare Askham Richard porch). Capitals simplest waterleaf with integral ring and impost. The waterleaf is thick, squat, plain, slit halfway with a slight bored indent at the bottom, something like them exists on the porch archway at Sherburn. Integral impost thin, chamfered and plain. This order finishes flush with the wall. 


h. of opening 2.96m
w. of opening 1.37m