Window 17


As might be expected this is a grand window to complete the south aisle. It has six lights and appears very broad because the arch is flattened.

A prominent ogee is to be seen over the central pair of lights terminating at the centre of a five-leaf design which fills the head of the window. This strange five-leafed 'plant' appears to have no stem but seems to rest above the two central lights. Alternatively, four of the five 'leaves' can be imagined as the wings of a butterfly.

The spaces at each side of the window are each taken up by two mouchettes leaning towards the centre of the window surmounted by a third one tending towards the arch.