Inside, the early 16th century chancel screen is, unusually, asymmetric, with typical Perpendicular-style tracery on the right while on the left each bay has a pair of quatrefoils. The font of 1807 isn't carved but moulded, as it's made of Coade stone (which isn't stone at all, but more like ceramic). It's one of the few objects made of this material in a Herts church.*
Aston church was open when I visited.
* Coade Stone by Hans van Lemmen (Shire, 2006) claims that St Lawrence's church, Langley, has some Coade stone heraldic shields. However, Langley has no church, and Abbots Langley, Kings Langley and Langlebury don't have churches with that dedication.
|13th century trefoil-headed double piscina|
|Poor quality oil painting, c.1800?|
|Pulpit, second half 17th century|
|Lychgate seen from the porch|
|Milne's porch, with chequerwork|