Image of the feature "Doorways: South Doorway of Nave" at Dauntsey.
by Allan Brodie.
This door likewise has a flattened chamfered arch above a low opening with a single order of octagonal shafts. Both capitals are cushions with triangular leaves beneath. Buckler illustrated the door in the early 19th century (volume VIII, plate 66). There are traces of pigment on the capitals.
|Capitals||0.24 m high, 0.04m high neck, 0.20m wide face|
|Chamfered abaci||0.14 m high|
|Shafts||0.14 m diameter|