(1) In Splendor on the Bench, a realistically rendered vacuum-tube stereo amplifier sits alone in a paneled room, the painting's surface marked by a delicate tracery .(2) The result incorporates a visible seismic infrastructure with shapes that reflect the traditional Gothic tracery .(3) As a 1917 photograph of this painting shows, the sail that fills much of the foreground originally bore a delicate tracery of rigging.(4) In addition, the top areas of the main windows are decorated with stone tracery describing trefoils, quatrefoils and Moorish arches.(5) a tracery of red veins(6) Earlier masons, he tells us, produced simple tracery in round windows by piercing stone discs.(7) Windows were traditionally of translucent alabaster, but during the second Turkish occupation, deeply coloured stained glass began to be used in the decorative plaster window tracery .(8) The main medieval style in western Europe, characterized by the pointed arch, slender columns and shafts, buttresses, pinnacles, and increasingly complex ceiling vaulting and window tracery .(9) The curtains are made of saris glittering with sequins a tracery of gold threads unfurling.(10) Their skins, a phosphorescent seafoam green, were embellished with a delicate tracery of painted tattoos - leaves, flowers, sperm, tears, butterflies.(11) Perhaps the least successful of the works is one of the large rectangular panels, overlaid with a tracery of thin clothbound branches, in which the underlying marks and carvings seem somewhat arbitrary and forced.(12) This was costly to construct, flamboyant, and characterized by ogee arches, flowing and inventive window tracery , and lighter vaulting.(13) the rose designs were divided by tracery(14) Over the skin was a delicate tracery of black tattooing, marred by a badly healed wound that ran diagonally across the face.(15) Rows of minute traceried windows are topped by projecting open canopies, while the towers are topped by polygonal miniature lamps.(16) The second level door has traceried sidelights and a fantail with decorative molding above the door.