Trewidden medieval wayside cross
A small wayside cross found by Trewidden Lodge on the A30 near Penzance in Cornwall. Official Historic England description: “Wayside preaching cross. Medieval. Granite monolith with wheel-head. Relief carving to each face. West face has Latin cross with flared arms and tall shaft with 2 cross bars (crenellee). East face is similar but with only 1 cross bar high up.”
There are some issues with this scan, around the top of the cross, which I will resolve and re-upload. If you turn on the matcap shader you can see that the official description may need amending slightly.
Note the OS benchmark (best seen using matcap shader).