The term is also given to the flowing tracery of the Decorated and the Flamboyant styles.
The Clerestory is Late Decorated, and the windows have flowing tracery.
A window in the S. wall has flowing tracery with an ogee moulding.
flowing tracery makes its appearance in England about 1310, and lasts some fifty years.
In France, flowing tracery and ogee arches were not used before 1375.
Indeed, the French flamboyant only makes its appearance at the time when flowing tracery was being abandoned in England.
On the west side, in the wall is a large Decorated window containing five lights with flowing tracery.
This porch is very ornate, with decorations of the late Gothic period of flowing tracery.
On each face is a tall two-light window with flowing tracery packed in rather tightly at the top.
The windows of the Clerestory have very rich mouldings, and also afford fine examples of flowing tracery.