Image of the feature "Blind arcades: Choir" at New Shoreham (now Shoreham-by-Sea).
by Kathryn Morrison.
Blind arcades in N and S choir aisles. Each bay contains two round-headed arches. Each arch is carved with single hyphenated chevron, with the tip of each unit touching an angle roll. Each triangular unit is filled with a foliage motif. The arch is carried by columns with plain impost blocks, attic bases and carved capitals. A string course (or sill course) carved with pairs of curled leaves runs above the arcade.