Tracery Windows

Although the internal section of this listed 14th Century tracery window showed little signs of age, the outer stones were in very bad shape.  The unusual step was taken to replace only the outer half of the stones.  Creating a full size drawing of the tracery was the first step and  took time to get right.  Fitting the newly carved sections was a delicate process.

  • Material St Bees sandstone
  • Client Unknown
  • Location Herefordshire
  • Size 3.5 metres in total

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