This blog started with a trip to Exeter, and yesterday was another. The ladies were shopping, but I had other plans. I was hoping to visit St. Nicholas Priory again, but it was closed. You can see photos of it on my very first blog post.
I had to settle for another look at the guild hall.
The door was made by an Exeter joiner named Nicholas Baggett; he was paid £4 10s for his work in 1594.
I'm going to focus here on the door. It is one of several similar doors in the Exeter area.
Walking up the hill from St. Nicholas to the guild hall, there is St. Olaves church.
An angel therein.
A tudor rose on the font.
Also on the font.