Decorated style Style of English Gothic architecture which flourished from c.1250 to 1350. The most exuberant phase of English Gothic, it featured the double-curving ogee arch and intricate, curvilinear window tracery. Its French equivalent, the flamboyant style, came much later. The windows of Exeter Cathedral are excellent examples of Decorated stone carving. See also Gothic art and architecture
Decorated style. See second pointed.
Decorated style. See Gothic architecture.
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