A pendant vault is a rare form of vault used in late Gothic architecture in which large decorative pendants hang from the vault at a distance from the walls. In some cases, the pendants are a large form of boss.
List of buildings with pendant vaults
- Albi Cathedral - Tierceron vault
- Chapel Notre-Dame de Bon Secours, Noyon Cathedral - Lierne vault
- Chapel Royal, Hampton Court Palace - Lierne vault
- Chapelle du Saint-Esprit, Rue, Somme - Tierceron vault
- Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, chancel - Lierne vault by William Orchard (1500).
- Christchurch Priory, quire and lady chapel - Lierne vault (1395)
- Church of Saint-Pierre, Caen - Lierne vault
- Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary (Most), Czech Republic - Lierne vault with flying ribs
- Collegiate Church of St Mary, Warwick, Dean's chapel - Fan vault
- Divinity School, Oxford - Lierne vault by William Orchard (1480s).
- Église Notre-Dame-des-Marais, La Ferté-Bernard - Lierne vault
- Église St. Étienne, Beauvais, side chapel - Lierne vault with flying ribs by Martin Chambiges
- Église Saint-Eustache, Paris - Lierne vault
- Great Hall, oriel window, Hampton Court Palace - Fan vault
- Henry VII Lady Chapel, Westminster Abbey - Fan vault by William Vertue (1503–1509).
- Křivoklát Castle, chapel - Lierne vault with flying ribs
- Notre Dame, Caudebec-en-Caux - Tierceron vault (c1500).
- Senlis Cathedral, side chapels - Lierne vault with flying ribs by Martin Chambiges
- St Catherine's Chapel, St Stephen's Cathedral, Vienna - small Lierne vault with flying ribs
- St George's Chapel, Windsor , quire - Lierne vault
- St. Madeleine, Troyes , rood screen - Lierne vault
List of gothic revival buildings with pendant vaults
- St John's Church, Edinburgh - Fan vault
- Unitarian Church in Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina, United States - Fan vault
- St Mary's Church, Wellingborough, Wellingborough - Fan vault
- "Albi Cathedral".
- "Chancel vault".
- "Langland database : Caudebec-en-Caux".
- Leedy, Walter (1980). Fan vaulting: A study of form, technology, and meaning. Scholar Press.
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