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Last edited 22 Feb 2021
|This is the double piscina in the chancel of the Church of St Kyneburgha, Castor. It is in an elaborate Early English style with dogtooth decoration.|
Dogtooth (or dogtooth pattern) is a term used to describe a style of architectural ornamentation. The the term is said to originate from the pattern’s resemblance to the dog-tooth violet, although the pattern also tends to have the rough appearance of a projecting tooth.
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