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Church bench-ends

Weather vanes

Wrought iron

Cast iron

Pargeting

Tiles

Heraldic shields

The following links will take you to pages that have a short description of specific crafts.

Thatch

Village signs

Ogee arches

Flint flushwork

Rood screens

Welcome, visitor.  To find out what this site’s all about, go to the ‘Introduction’ page by clicking on the button on the left.  Otherwise, just click on any of the other buttons on the left or right.  Among those on the left, the ‘Index’ button will take you to a page that gives you a list of people and places that are included in the site and tells you on which page or pages you can find them on.

 

If you want to contact me with any questions or comments, click on the ‘Contact’ button on the left and fill in the submission form on the ‘Contact’ page.

 

Avril Pierssene

Inn signs

INTRODUCTION

Dutch gables

Stained glass windows

Brass memorials

Relief work

All photos, text and design copyright Avril Pierssene 2009

Above: An inn sign at Long Melford in Suffolk.

WHAT’S NEW?  Mural at Sheringham celebrating the find of a 650,000 year old mammal fossil at near-by West Runton.  See the page on Animals (link above left).  Plus a weather vane with bells depicted: see the Bells and Belfries page (Buildings).

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