By F. A. PALEY
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Classic times,, in the abaci of capitals, in strings,, certain analogy and that from Selby may roll-and-fillet An example be traced in the simply the ordinary is used as PL. to the roll is figured 12. a string. of a single side fillet, I. fig. This appears to be an acci- dental one, being merely the unOvolo and Sepulchre's Selby; Cambridge. String Nave. St. Fillet. m suggested the use of the idea of a pointed bowtell, (PL. IV. a fig. 9), fillets surface-line the or more prominent fine cu t surface of the Wall.
Graph, and are reduced to a scale of half an inch to a foot. The annexed section will also serve as an illustration of the ordinary forms of Early English moldings. - Early English W/a llilli^ Wmit llllllp- ^ e sa ^ moldings may comP r i se *ne following The plain bowtell or edge-roll. *° ' ( / ' p members: V \ \ r~\ ~ 1. 4 2. The pointed 3. The 4. bowtell. roll-and-fillet. The scroll-molding (rare). EARLY ENGLISH MOLDINGS. 5. 39 Angular forms, consisting of chamfered ridges and inter- vening projections, of irregular character.
Gently along in sweeping, unbroken undula- it the Gothic fractures The angles and curves. melt and projections to catch the The Grecian throws out lines, its lights slide insensibly into and combines them in and shadows of the Grecian each other ; those of the Gothic In are planted together in strong and bold contrast the purest Grecian buildings, vertical moldings are zontal moldings form the leading lines ; and rare. it is Hori- by these, even in later and degenerated specimens, that the vertical In the Gothic, vertical moldings are moldings are regulated.
A MANUAL OF GOTHIC MOLDINGS by F. A. PALEY