|Salt Lake Temple font|
Temple baptismal fonts come in a variety of styles.
|St. Louis Missouri Temple font|
|Billings Montana Temple font|
|Mesa Arizona Temple font|
|Accra Ghana Temple font|
|Idaho Falls Temple font|
|Seoul South Korea Temple font|
|Bern Switzerland Temple font|
|current Logan Temple font|
|original Logan Temple font|
One baptistery that really disappoints me is the Logan Temple baptistery. Originally it had an ornate font (which the church still owns). For reasons unknown to anyone but the architect who didn't understand history or aesthetics, the original font was removed when the temple was gutted and it was replaced with a near replica of the Ogden, Provo, and Jordan River Temple fonts. The style itself isn't bad, but it is a significant downgrade from the original font and clashes with the temple exterior design. The church really should place the original Logan Temple font back in the temple instead of letting it sit in a museum. Of course the church should really re-gut the Logan Temple and restore the original beauty and bring back the original door knobs, stained glass, molding, etc. which the church still has. If the Nauvoo Temple can be rebuilt, then the Logan Temple should be able to be restored. I guess that's a topic for another post. Perhaps soon.
LDS temple baptisteries have a great deal of variety that continues to expand. Please comment about baptisteries you've been to or what you'd like to see in temple baptisteries.