Standard is in Armour.
Standard. Chain-mail that covers the neck.
Fluted armour typified by having no headwear, being clean shaven, a breastplate in two pieces and the neck protected by a Standard. Damaged angel, its head removed, holding the cushion on which his head rests. He wearing a Lancastrian Esses Collar with large Esses. Ringed fingers.
Detail of the heavily graffitied Shoulder Garter.
Mutilated Lion at his feet with its head missing. The figure beneath his right foot appears to be a Bedesman. That beneath his left foot may be the remains of the means by which a bedesman was originally fixed to the foot. What appears to be a birds foot lying across the lions body is the tail of the lion.
John ap Ellis Eyton: In 1526 he died.
She wearing a Gabled Headress.
Tudor Roses on his sword pommel.
A curious lion at his feet. Unlikely the carver had ever seen a lion.
Detail of the orle, mantling and what remains of the crest on his Great Helm. Difficult to tell what it was originally.