The octagonal 14th century font in St Bartholomew's Church, showing carvings of a huntsman on a horse and two lions
- St Bartholomew's Church, Church Lane, Lostwithiel, Cornwall
- Photograph (Negative)
The limestone octagonal font in St Bartholomew's Church has been dated to the 14th century or later. The carvings include a grotesque grimacing head, a green bishop, with leaves sprouting from its mouth, the Crucifixion, and a wolf and hound. The carvings shown in this photograph are a hunstman on a horse with a hawk and dog, and two lions.
The print of this negative in the Red Box Collection is a part enlargement showing only the font.
© Historic England Archive
Photographer: Cox, Mary Desiree
Font, Medieval Parish Church, Religion
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