West door, jamb, arch and hood moulding. Moulding from intrados comprises: chamfer, quadrant, ogee, ogee, angle-fillet, ogee, hollow, ogee, angle-fillet, ogee, angle-fillet, wave, angle-fillet, wave. The hood from outside in comprises of a wave. The moulding is unusual in an Irish context in that the elements are small and there is a preponderance of ogees and waves. The doorway is similarly unusual in that the pointed arch is contained within a square hood.
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