St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk: erected ca. 1445, and paid for by the rich cloth merchant John Baret (whose cadaver tomb and chantry chapel can be seen in the church) the quality of the carving in this angel roof is astonishing. 11 pairs of angels flank the nave, arrayed as if in procession towards the altar. The figures, which are each about 6 feet tall, are all subtly different, with faces which seem to have been taken from life. In his will, Baret says he had the angel roof made "as a remembrance of me and my friends".