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Sinuous shapes, often based on the ogee, used to divide window spaces; also known as flowing tracery, commonly used in the 14th century.

 

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Curvilinear tracery

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St Peter's church,

St Peter's Street

St Peter's church,

St Peter's Street

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St Mildred's church