A carved well head, at St Swithin's Church
- ST SWITHINS CHURCH, Leonard Stanley, Stroud, Gloucestershire
- Photograph (Negative)
This Italian well-head, which features Romanesque carvings, was given to St Swithin's Church for use as a font. In 1967 it was housed in the north transept, and it now sits outside the main entrance door. An early 18th century pedestal font is in use in the church.
© Historic England Archive
Photographer: Cox, Mary Desiree
Medieval Church, Medieval Parish Church, Post Medieval Parish Church, Well Head, Religion
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