The Font at Wheathampstead Church, Herts
Medium: Ink wash on paper
View of the font at Wheathamstead Church in Hertfordshire. The font dates fro the 14th century and is octagonal in shape. It has been finely carved with a decoration of quatrefoil circles on leaves. The font also has a carving of a leopard’s head which was the emblem of the Macry family who were the benefactors of much of the decorative work in the inside of the church.