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During the earlier portion of the Decorated Gothic period, the wall and soffit planes still continued to be most generally used, but then in tolerably frequent connection with the chamfer-plane, which at this time was in most cases worked exactly at an angle of 45° and as the style advanced towards the ; ; era of decided architectural debasement, the moldings shared in the pre- MANUAL OF GOTHIC MOLDINGS. 24 on the planes rectangular; that Decorated, according to their kind, fall either on these, or on the chamfermoldings lie and that Perpendicular moldings almost always on the last.
This the central but falls is not an easy example to copy by the eye, for member on the in each group does not extend to the angle, line of the chamfer. The observation of this circumstance immediately removes the principal This section illustrates a very which may be called the common triplicity of difficulty. peculiarity of its style, Whether moldings. con- structive or symbolical, or (as a writer in the English Review, already quoted, imagines) suggested by philosophical principles of effect, had we need not now its influence, since consider, though symbolism may have the architects of the period seem to have affected representations of the mystic number three.
Is an Early English arch at Little Casterton, where there are three fillets. PL. Of all these varieties more will be said hereafter. II. fig 1, is a pier-arch Middle Easen. Fig. 2 is of very Early English date, at a doorway at Ludborough, jamb chancel-arch at Langtoft, and fig/ 5 the the south porch at Great Grimsby, first all in the jamb of a lancet window at the east Abbey. 3 the The Lincolnshire. PL. XVIII. three exhibit the use of the pointed bowtell. fig. 4, is fig. of the archway of This end of Rivaulx one of the com- is monest moldings at the angles of Early English window-jambs.
A MANUAL OF GOTHIC MOLDINGS by F. A. PALEY