Still more elaborate is a fine canopy at Boston, Lincolnshire, where Walter Pescod, merchant, 1398, and formerly his wife, whose effigy is now lost, lie beneath a doubly-triple canopy, with super-canopy divided into two square-topped compartments with cusped round arches, and flanked by four pairs of saints in panelled niches. Erected upon and forming a continuation of the entire canopy there is an arcade of seven niches-from all but two of which the figures are losteach with a cinquefoiled arch and ogee pediment, and the whole finished with an embattled cornice.