Older Mold

Apart from its two Art Deco buildings (and even they were minor – see previous post) most of the architecture in Mold was fairly undistinguished.

St Mary’s Church (Eglwys y Santes Fair) prominent at the end of the High Street and built in thanksgivinbg for Henry VII of England’s victory at Bosworth Field was an exception.

Stitch of two photos:-

St Mary's  stitch

Tower and door:-

St Mary's Church, Mold, Wales

Information board:-

St Mary's church info, Mold, Wales

So too was this Tudor style building with unusual glazing, just opposite St Mary’s :-

Tudor style S (windows)

Note the S-shaped pattern of the glazing on this zoom:-

Tudor Style + S Patterned Windows, Mold, North Wales

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