17. Kingís Lynn, St. Margaretís, north choir stalls, details of misericords,
1370-7. After William Taylor, The Antiquities of Kingís Lynn (London,
1844). Description from G. L. Remnant, A Catalogue of Misericords in
Great Britain (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1969), 102-3. [from east]
1. Youthful head wearing
ermine-trimmed cap (or flowers). Supporters: flower.
2. Youthful head wearing wreathed chaplet. Supporters: foliage
3. Womanís head wearing cap and hood. Supporters: leaf.
4. Foliage. Supporters: flower
5. Shield charged six escallop shells (arms of Scales [Robert
de Scales?]). Supporters: five petalled flower.
6. Head of old man, with arms and hands supporting the bracket.
Supporters: five petalled flower.
7. Foliage. Supporters: large formal leaf.
8. Head of man with curly hair and beard, his hands on each side of
his head supporting bracket. Supporters: acanthus-leaf.