By F. A. PALEY
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34 might appear probable that the true origin of the deep must be looked for in the wish to It three-quarter circular hollow form a cutting inwards, at the point of the interior angle, corresponding to the bowtell at the edge or point of the diagram and PL. VI. exterior rectangle of the sub-arches, as in and PL. VII. 10, fig. two way, the may have been extended each no space was till left unoccupied, and thus a great width was covered with '>i minute members, ', light, inner hollow at the angle alternately hollow and prominent.
That the instrument, though by no The only disadvantages means large, is are, an inconven- equipment of a pedestrian, and that only about a foot's width of a molding can be taken at once number exactly copied with the most perfect accuracy, and of It is described Architects' Journal, with a very is is difficulty is and ingenious instrument has been invented by Professor Willis, and called by moldings molding in the case of undercutting, the insurmountable, and the whole operation a a and accurately obtained, though the convex and concave into the matrix thus formed, the original ient clay, plaster, or he copied, the form of which surfaces are of course reversed.
And expanded by splaying by sloping or chamfering an ordinary Early English off it It may often and rude country may, however, be on one or both the edges, as in lancet window, the sides, that So in fig. 2. long narrow opening has a very wide splay inside and a very small one on c ; MANUAL OF GOTHIC MOLDINGS. 18 the outside, ture as it In arching over the upper part of an aperin a thick wall of loose rubble masonry, fig. 3. fig. 1, made was not uncommon and security, rib of a vault, to add, for the sake at once of sub-arch, a or ornament groin- the like under-rib, constructed of fine-jointed ashlar, as fig.
A MANUAL OF GOTHIC MOLDINGS by F. A. PALEY