Window 15


Compared with the other Lady Chapel windows this one, although still lively, shows more restraint.
The outer pairs of lights separate clearly from the central part of the window and so form delightful two-light 'sub-windows'. Under their sub-arches are shapes resembling a candle flame or tulip head,
The central light has an ogee head and this leads the eye to the upper part of the window which is filled with five quatrefoils arranged like the petals of a flower. However, the straight edges of the 'petals' meeting at the centre of the 'flower' give a more rigid feel here than in the tracery in the rest of the window.