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Last edited 31 May 2021
It defines laced windows as: ‘Windows pulled visually together vertically by strips, usually in brick of a different colour from that of the wall, which continue vertically the lines of the window surrounds. It was a popular motif c. 1720 in England’.
The term ‘laced’ is believed to be a Latin reference to the word for noose, which is in keeping with the suggestion of the windows hanging together.
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