A reeded ovolo and deeply cut and drilled denticulated member lend sufficient emphasis to the string course of the cornice.
Close under the third string course, or cornice, is the face of the sun.
The crenellated gable parapet rises from a string course with five sculptured masks, and has plain shields on its battlements.
Above the string course the arcading is not so rich as below.
At this point they are reduced to twenty-three feet square; they then continue thirty-eight feet high, to the third string course.
Near the modern lighthouse stands a tall, hexagonal tower, built of chalk in four stories, with a string course between each.
The two west towers rise nineteen feet and come to their string course or cornice.
It has a lofty tower, with the belfry window intersecting the string course; the arch is panelled and the vault groined.
The Venetian dentil was also introduced as a label round arches and as a string course.
It is a little cruciform place, with heavy cornices and string course to match, and a steep slate roof.