In a word, Gothic vaulting and tracery have been studiously made like to boughs of trees.
In the tracery beneath, at the head of the mullion, was a statue.
As on the south side so on the north, the tracery is not the same in all the windows.
The roof is battlemented, and the tracery in the windows is graceful.
On the boy's face the silver light showed a tracery of bitterness and weariness.
They were evidently not wholly made for the tracery, though parts of them may have been.
The tracery of the windows in the clerestory is ascribed to Abbot Morwent, who rebuilt the west front.
Some of these elegant little pots are overlaid with a tracery of silver.
Both gables of the chapel are still standing, and from beneath the ivy peep out remains of rich carved niches and tracery.
The tracery of this feature is in form unique, and more curious than beautiful.