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Stone Carvings


There is a consistency in the use of stone, tile and marble throughout the church which seems to symbolise the unity of the Holy Trinity. Colours and patterns all harmonise.


Stone sculpture

Stone sculpture
above the south door
'Suffer Little Children To Come Unto Me'

Bas-relief above the Vestry door

Stone sculpture
above the Vestry door
'Alleluia'

Stone sculpture

Stone sculpture
above the south door
'Ask And It Shall Be Given'


Reredos

The reredos above the high altar


The dove on the reredos

The dove on the reredos

The dove on the reredos

Angel on the reredos

Angel on the reredos

Angels on the reredos

The bread and wine on the reredos

The bread and wine on the reredos

The bread and wine on the reredos


Corbel - north side of Chancel

Virgin Mary
north side of the chancel

Corbel in the Chancel

A corbel

Corbel - south side of Chancel

St. James
south side of the chancel

Stone plaque in memory of Adam Anthony 1919

Stone plaque in memory
of Adam Anthony 1919

in the chancel

The niche in the sanctuary

The niche in the sanctuary

Stone plaque in memory of Gabriel Crmer 1914

Stone plaque in memory
of Gabriel Crmer 1914

in the south aisle


A capital

A capital

Sedilia in the sanctuary

Sedilia in the sanctuary

A capital

A capital


Corbel in the Chancel

A corbel

Corbel

Corbel at the entrance
to the baptistry

Corbels

Corbels in the sanctuary


Pillars holding the font

Pillars holding the font

The sign of the Trinity on the south porch entrance

The sign of the Trinity
on the south porch entrance

Corbels

Post holding the sanctuary rail


stone capital
stone capital
stone capital
Ten columns support the nave roof
Each is topped by a carved stone capital representing flowers, leaves and fruits

The Pulpit

The pulpit

Pulpit panel

Pulpit panel

Pulpit panel IHS

Pulpit panel IHS

Pulpit column

Pulpit column


The font

The font

Stone carved panel around the Font

A Winged Man
St. Matthew

Stone carved panel around the Font

A Winged Lion
St. Mark

Stone carved panel around the Font

A Winged Ox
St. Luke

Stone carved panel around the Font

An Eagle
St. John


Stone carved panel around the Font

Alpha and Omega

Stone carved panel around the Font

IHC - Jesus Christ

Stone carved panel around the Font

XP - Jesus Christ

Stone carved panel around the Font

The Star of David


Consecration Plaque

Foundation stone
for the church

Consecration Plaque

Foundation stone
for the tower/spire

Stone with Cockle shell

Foundation stone
for the church hall


Shell above the vicarage door

Shell above
the vicarage door

Pinnacle on the spire

Pinnacle
on the spire

Shell on the hall consecration stone

Shell on the hall
consecration stone


The Parish Church of St James, Hampton Hill, TW12 1DQ
Main site: stjames-hamptonhill.org.uk