Window 19


This is the grandest of the Perpendicular windows at St.Wulfram's and the only one to have as many as seven lights.

A pleasing feature of this window is the way each outer light is given its own sub-arch and the space below filled with a cinquefoiled dagger resembling a pendant or tear drop. This motif is repeated above the central light in the space formed where two large sub-arches cross.

These 'pendants' break up both the usual full pattern of mullions and the main transom. A similar but shorter transom is found towards the head of the window.

Largely thanks to the intersecting sub-arches, this window has a liveliness that many from the Perpendicular period lack.