Window 9

The dating of the tracery in this five light window is uncertain but it may well be a design from the first half of the nineteenth century.
The two outer pairs of lights are grouped under sub-arches. The space under each sub-arch is filled with a circle containing a trefoil, the cusps of which carry decorative ball-flowers which almost meet at the centre of the trefoil. Crowning the head of the window is a large circle resting on the sub-arches and on the point of the slightly elongated, central light.
The foliation of this large circle is very elaborate. It is basically an octofoil but each of the eight foils is itself a trefoil and again the cusps are finished with ball-flowers. The effect is of an elaborate fringe around the circumference leaving a considerable central space devoid of tracery.