There is a brief blog on eHarlequin today... Harlequin Historicals Group Author Blog about a visit to the village of Hambleden and the church of St Mary's. This picture is the painted church ceiling above the choir, you can see Tudor roses. In medieval and Tudor times, most church interiors were brightly painted. The plain walls and wooden carvings we see today are much duller than they were originally.
The church font is said to be twelfth century, though it might be from the original Saxon church. My picture hasn't come out that well, you can just about make out the dove in the patterns on the side.