For this church:
Caunton St Andrew
Features and Fittings
13th Century, octagonal bowl, tapered octagonal stem, moulded base and capital.
Nave, 1869, moulded softwood.
1905, oak, moulded, pieced panel.
1869. Brass and iron, conical base, twisted stem, crocketed capital and iron filigree bookstand. Probably chosen from a catalogue of church fittings indicating the influence of the Oxford movement. At the base are four brass plaques depicting the symbols of the four evangelists.
1869. Simple oak rail supported by ironwork.
1869. Plain table, simple pierced woodwork, softwood.
Chancel 1905 (matching oak pews and wainscotting): inscription running west to east round chancel starting on north wall and continuing to south wall split into sections (—) and reading:
Three piscinas can be seen in various places:
There are a number of examples of carved stonework around the church