For this church:
Huthwaite All Saints
Features and Fittings
There is a single altar table at the east end of the chancel, date unknown.
Light wood, carved ballusters supporting moulded rails, date unknown.
A carved wooden reredos behind the altar with an openwork top and panels with decorative moulding in the upper part, moulded sides. Date unknown but probably early 20th century.
Chair and prie-dieux
Either side of the reredos, carved wood, probably early 20th century.
Either side of chancel, carved panel frontage emulating 'Y' bar window tracery and ogee moulding. Probably early 20th century.
Light wood, simple stand with plain cross on front panel, probably later 20th century.
Various cupboards and a table, some by Thompson of Kilburn with his trademark mouse carving.
In the north-east corner of the nave, elaborately carved with geometric and ogee moulding, panelled, wooden pulpit. Two angels carry shields bearing, IHS, and AS (for All Saints).
Probably 1903 - contemporary with the building of the church.
Octagonal, stone, with alternate ogee moulded panels and bronze crucifixion carving in the centre (probably a late 20th century addition). The wooden font cover has a plaque reading:
On the base of the font is a bronze plaque reading:
Late 20th century chairs throughout.
The west end of the nave contains a fitted cupboard unit, 20th century.