• norwich, st.mary coslany (2)

    early c11 anglo saxon tower, the rest mostly a rebuild of the 1460s. redundant and locked.

  • norwich, st.mary coslany (1)

    dec. east window of church much rebuilt c.1460

  • norwich, st.swithin

    c15 church , now an arts centre, and seemingly one of the success stories amongst redundant norwich churches


  • harvest misericord, v. and a. museum

    gathering the corn with two cloaked heads on legs supporters, late c14, possibly from norfolk.

  • harvest misericord, v. and a. museum

    stacking corn on a cart, with two cloaked beast heads on legs supporters, late c14, possibly from norfolk.

  • harvest misericord, v. and a. museum

    threshing corn and dancing heads on legs supporters, late c14, possibly from norfolk.


  • long stratton church, norfolk

    the round tower is norman with a perp. top and details. the church is always locked.

  • norwich retable

    detail of one of a series of passion subjects painted on board, found cut up in a house in norwich, most likely from a painted retable that once stood on an altar of one of the city's churches. c15

  • brettenham church, norfolk

    teulon added this chancel and octagonal vestry in 1852 when he rebuilt the church


  • brettenham church, norfolk

    excellent teulon woodwork in the south porch of 1852, with the c12 doorway within victorian ironwork gates.

  • brettenham church, norfolk

    c12 south doorway, with teulon's iron gates of 1852

  • brettenham church, norfolk

    capital on c12 south doorway


  • brettenham church, norfolk

    the octagonal vestry and north transept are the most teulonesque details on this church that he rebuilt in 1852

  • brettenham church, norfolk

    teulon tracery in the north transept of 1852: he often showed a predeliction for windows of this shape.

  • brettenham church, norfolk

    north nave door by teulon, 1852


  • brettenham church, norfolk

    view of the font inside teulon's church of 1852: church locked due to works due to damp and rot, with the pews an d floor up.

  • brettenham church, norfolk

    south transept and chancel of 1852 by teulon

  • brettenham church, norfolk

    teulon rebuilt the church in 1852, retaining only the c14 tower and nave walls and a norman doorway


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