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Cathedral Church of St Michael, Coventry: the Baptistery with stained glass windows by John Piper

Piper, John (1903-1992)
NOTES: The font is fashioned from a boulder from Bethlehem.

St Nicholas, Salthouse, Norfolk: the south arcade and baptismal font

NOTES: The nave and chancel were rebuilt in Perpendicular style by Sir Henry Heydon of Baconsthorpe at the end of the 15th century. The tower in Decorated style is the remains of an earlier structure.To be safe from floods, it was constructed as high as possible from the marsh and sea below and also acted as a lantern to ships at sea.

St Botolph, Trunch, Norfolk: the font and canopy

NOTES: The font, octagonal with steps, is c.1350 while the wooden hexagonal canopy is c.1500.

St Edmund, Southwold, Suffolk: the nave seen from the font

Howard, Frank Ernest (1888-1934)
NOTES: This church was built in perpendicular style c.1450-1500. The 24 foot tall canopied font cover is a replacment of the original destoyed in 1643. It was designed in Gothic Revival style by the ecclesiastical architect, Frank Ernest Howard, and installed in 1935.