Undulating tracery | Article about undulating tracery by The Free Dictionary
flowing tracery, curvilinear tracery, undulating tracery
flowing tracery: Little St. Mary's, Cambridge (c. 1350)
Tracery in which continuous curvilinear patterns (largely ogees) dominate. A characteristic feature of the Decorated and Flamboyant styles.
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