The corbel table around the presbytery and transept walls is bold and peculiar, and is of two patterns.
corbel table, a lino of small corbels placed at short distances apart supporting a parapet or arcade.
A “corbel table” is a projecting moulded string course supported by a range of corbels.
Sometimes, however, a parapet or pierced balustrade was carried on the corbel table enclosing the gutter.
There is a corbel table like it but more elaborate at Vezelay in Burgundy.
A fine and noteworthy feature in this church is the corbel table which runs nearly all round it.
Above this is a corbel table of heads and mouldings which interferes with the upper window mouldings.
Two flying buttresses rise from the corners of the nave and transept aisles to the corbel table of the clerestory range.