Image of the feature "Fonts: (ii)" at Haddenham.
photographer not known.
Old font reused as a planter. To the W of the N porch, a cup-shaped bowl mounted on a modern square stem made of rough-cut ashlar blocks. Integral with the bowl is a projecting roll moulding at the bottom of the curved cup, which survives from most of the circumference. The lower rim is cut vertically. The surface is generally eroded, with an old, deep crack around the lower part of the bowl at the W. The rim is also generally worn, with larger losses at the NW and SE. The interior could not be examined.
|ext. diameter at rim||0.74 m|
|h. of bowl||0.50 m|
|int. diameter at rim||0.56 m|