Twelve to eight sides at the base, rising to support a central panel or decoration. Single examples from each phase are collected in [Display 2]. The lower two-thirds is undecorated. Cartouches etc added in upper centre or the 'V' cleavage emphasised with decorative edges in middle years [Display 3]. Crockets are large, curled and almost symmetrical. No creatures. There are many minor decorative items that could be by this carver or than his crew, so press ‘a’ to look at them, don’t forget those that have been restored. Two or more facets on each side become slightly concave in a few later capitals. Altogether this makes for a formidable collection and gives some idea of how many capitals of the simpler sort could be carved in a lifetime. More than a hundred survived from the work of over 40 years.