Image of the feature "Windows: N transept, N facade, ground storey (three windows)" at Ely.
by Ron Baxter.
Round headed, two orders. The W window is a replacement, copying the original form accurately except for the treatment of the edge of the inner order. The E window of the central vessel shows the original form. The first order is plain and continuous with a step. The second has nook shafts supporting cushion capitals with plain neckings and hollow chamfered imposts with a groove at the bottom of the face. In the arch is an angle roll and face hollow. The label runs continuously the entire height of the window and is carved with a double row of billet. The E aisle window is the same, but its sill is raised to accommodate a round-headed doorway below. On the interior, two orders, the first plain and continuous, the second with en-delit nook shafts, cushion capitals with roll neckings, hollow chamfered imposts with a groove at the bottom of the face, and angle roll and face hollow in the arch.