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Mike Critchlow May 15
This super C12 Norman font features a horse and rider. St Thomas Church, Mellor, nr Marple
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John Scurr May 15
St Peter and St Pauls Church, Shernborne, Norfolk. "A barabaric but mighty Norman Piece" Pevsner
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Tony Gillie May 15
One of only 30 remaining lead fonts in Britain c.1170-80. This one is in Dorchester Abbey.
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Dr Helen Wilson May 14
Was going to post this anyway and since I'm busy tomorrow for , all the more reason. My favourite side on the fabulous C14 font Lostwithiel Hunting scene with dog and hawk.
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Tony Gillie May 15
An old font (I suspect) in a very modern church. Conquista de la Sierra, , SW Spain.
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English Churches May 15
The font @ East . E, N, W, S faces respectively. E - the gate of barred by the angel carrying a sword. teaches Adam to dig & Eve to flax. N - (r-l) God creates Adam & Eve, serpent comes. Other sides = flat earth motif. c.1150.
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FriendlessChurches May 15
No it's not a museum piece - it's in a church! And it's been there for 900 years 😲 11th century font at Llanbeulan St Peulan on Anglesey, which may have begun life as an altar and as such is unique in Wales
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St Eds Cathedral May 15
Our font, designed in 1870 by George Gilbert Scott, who also redeveloped the hammerbeam roof
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Fiona Chartres May 15
Square and simple. St Peter's, Brooke.
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Dreaming in Stitches May 15
Rather elegant don't you think... St. John the Baptist, Harringworth, near Corby.
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Dr Helen Wilson May 15
A late entry for - this my favourite - lots going on but love the people with their heads in the mouths of some sort of creature!
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Posy Hill May 17
Couldn’t find a photo of the fighting men on Eardisley font for so did a quick detour yesterday to snap this... C12 school
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John Pembery May 15
Two Suffolk Woodwoses, the first from Halesworth and the second from Saxmundham.
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Alexandra Epps May 15
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Kevin Lewis May 15
the 12th century lead font in the Lady chapel
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National Churches Trust May 15
A fantastic 12th century stone carved font in St Peter's, Thorpe Salvin which displays scenes of the seasons in wonderful detail!
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Judy Doherty May 15
coincides with church-welcoming at St. Mary and St. Eanswythe church, so I'll share our C14 font with its C19 counter-balanced cover
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Simon K May 15
Fonts on fonts for , the baptism panels of the seven sacrament fonts at Great Glemham, Denston and Westhall, all in Suffolk
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Samantha F Barnes May 15
What's this malarky? Have I missed the timeframe? He's a C13 one from Poundstock church this morning. Sadly no on it tho...but...wait for it...
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John Pembery May 15
Saggitarius, Capricorn and a curiosly froglike Scorpio from the font at Brookland on Romney Marsh in Kent.
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