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Reticulated tracery

Reticulated tracery


Reticulated Tracery

... Reticulated tracery in the 14th C. west window, the Church of St Michael,

Reticulated Tracery in a Window of Holy Trinity Church, Barrow upon Humber, Lincolnshire,

Reticulated tracery in a 14th century window (restored), St Peter's Church, Barton Upon Humber, Lincolnshire.


Beautiful reticulated tracery in Howden Minster East Riding Yorkshire


Click to enlarge: Merton College, Oxford, Vestry window,

... Mendlesham 14th C. window with reticulated tracery, the Church of St. Mary, Mendlesham

Tracery in a window of Ely Cathedral.

Examples of large windows with Reticulated tracery exist in other churches but at St.Wulfram's the windows of the North Porch exhibit this pattern on a ...

Click to enlarge: Tracery


Reticulated tracery in church window, Church of St. Nicholas, New Romney, Kent.

... Reticulated tracery, the Church of St Andrew, Cotton, Suffolk, England | by

Bar tracery in Gothic window of the Canterbury Cathedral in the medieval city Canterbury, Kent

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... intersecting tracery in St Peter's church ...

Also Decorated are the reticulated windows in the W. ends of the aisles, but of considerably more interest are first, the S. aisle E. window (shown below ...

Reticulated tracery at Ratby (left) and a far more flamboyant style at Ashby Folville (right). Both are from the mid 14th century and the Decorated period.

... Norfolk Outstanding Late Decorated Gothic window tracery, the Church of St Mary, Snettisham, Norfolk

This pair of similar windows has the basic design of intersecting tracery of four lights but extra interest is achieved by adding cusps to the tracery bars ...

... The rebuilt tower of the 15th C. contains a 14th C. window with reticulated

Reticulated window tracery at Saint Patrick Patrington Yorkshire UK - Stock Image

Cartmel Priory, Cumbria

Bledington church of St Leonard, Three-light 14th century west window, reticulated tracery and west gallery #Gothic #England

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St Catherine, Ludham, Norfolk: the five-light east window with reticulated tracery seen from a neighbouring cottage garden

... Unusual reticulated window tracery, crowned by an ogee octofoil within a circle (14th C

Window tracery, St. Peter`s Church, Hinton-on-the-Green, Worcestershire, UK

Title: Augustinian/Dominican Friary, Clonmines, County Wexford


Diagrams of Decorated tracery.



reticulated tracery - King's School St Augustine's site ...

... Lincolnshire 14th C. reticulated window tracery, the Church of St Michael, Swaton, Lincolnshire

Reticulated tracery.

The N. aisle E. window with three-lights and reticulated tracery has also been encroached upon by this turret. Lastly, there are two N. windows ...

Heckington, St. Andrew's Church: The sanctuary and Decorated window with reticulated tracery

Click to enlarge: Stained Glass

Cropredy-111 St Mary Decorated east window with reticulated tracery Glass possibly Lavers, Barrand & Westlake

North aisle east window with cusped reticulated tracery, Church of St Nicholas, Lockington

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Reticulated tracery in church window, Church of St. Nicholas, New Romney, Kent.

Photo:St Mary, Baldock - Exterior from the East. The large East window

... Mid-13th C. reticulated tracery, the east window, the Church of St


Yeovil St John Baptist: the S transept. The panelled parapet echoes that round the

Rose Window, West Facade, Amiens Cathedral, France. Begun 1220. Tracery showing

Little Rissington, Gloucestershire

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Elegant gothic-style windows on Double Six youth club building, formerly Scarsdale Methodist Church

The east window with reticulated tracery (14th C.), the Church of St

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... The east end and five-light east window with reticulated tracery (14th C.

The W. tower is unbuttressed and rises in three stages to bell-openings with reticulated tracery, battlements above, and a surmounting Hertfordshire spike.

The names that are used today for styles (e.g.. Geometric, Intersecting and Reticulated) are 19th century inventions and not well defined.

Reticulated tracery. A ...

New silk screen with reticulated tracery design

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Y-tracery (left) and intersecting tracery (right), both at Cossington. Note the similarity in the use of a roundel at the top of the intersecting tracery ...

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Beyond the ornate spiky timber porch is an early fourteenth century door with blind reticulated tracery patterns on it leading into the barn like nave.

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... intersecting tracery at St Dunstan's church · >

Cropredy-108 St Mary Decorated east window with reticulated tracery Glass possibly Lavers, Barrand & Westlake

Northwold, St. Andrew's Church: Decorated period east window with reticulated tracery

Label stop, St Leonard's Church, Thorpe Langton © Leicestershire County Council

3-light west window with reticulated tracery - west face

Here the tracery seems to flow without restriction or inhibition. As a result it is difficult to describe in detail, but two features stand out.

Title: Octagon Tower Window Tracery, c.1322. Order No.: A1-6633. Location: Ely Cathedral

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... tracery has broken away. The nave, therefore, is four bays long, with its N. and S. doorways positioned in the second bay from the west.

St. Nicholas' chancel, showing 14th-century Decorated Gothic east window with reticulated

A three-light chancel window with reticulated tracery (c.1330), the

Title: Window Tracery, c.1343. Order No.: A1-7422. Location: St Wendreda, England.

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An illustration dating from the 1880's showing flowing tracery with cusps, of the variety called

... usual reticulated tracery with modern glass. The 3 lights of this window are said to be identical with a window in the vestry at Merton College, Oxford, ...

Square-headed window, Nuthall.

Wicks House Transom windows

New Romney, Kent. St Nicholas Church, from the east - Stock Image

Reticulated Tracery Pattern | Contemporary Range

... in Decorated style, with cinquefoil-cusped Y-tracery to the north and south and reticulated tracery to the east, may be faithful to their predecessors.

State Insurance Building, Liverpool

Title: Kilmallock Abbey, Kilmallock, County Limerick - Window

Church of St Andrew, Kegworth

Click to enlarge: Gloucester Cathedral, Choir elevation

North Windows

The romantic and pragmatic history of the fan vault has lessons for contemporary structures

Carved label stop, St Leonard's Church, Thorpe Langton © Leicestershire County Council

Other Geometrical Tracery

... Kentish rag stone and three magnificent reticulated tracery windows. The carved door surround of the Norman west door was restored in 2013 to reveal the ...

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