Image of the feature "Windows: S transept, S facade, E chapel window" at Ely.
by Ron Baxter.
Round headed, one order. Jambs are plain, and there are no capitals or imposts, but the arch springing level corresponds to the chamfered upper edge of the plinth course of the wall, which provides a visual break. The arch has a fat angle roll and a double quirk and thin roll, irregularly carved, on the face. A label is provided by a plain chamfered string course that runs along the wall at the top of the plinth course and breaks up to surround the window head. The interior is plain, continuous and splayed.