Gothic Architecture Arch Moulding Sunk Chamfer

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A section of an arch with sunk chamfer commonly found in Gothic architecture during the fourteenth century. A chamfer is a hollowed out area of the arch to create an ornamental design.


Barfield, T. C. Longmans' Historical Illustrations England in the MIddle Ages (, : Longmans, Green, and Co., 1914)


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