Glass Mosaic replaces Xpelair in Utility Room

There’s a headline to conjure with!
But it does tell it like it is. Having decided to make the window in the Utility Room open, after living with it painted shut for 27 years, it became necessary to remove the extractor fan. This left a hole in the upper sash window. Glass mosaic (sticking glass onto glass and grouting the gaps) was something I had admired in other places, so why not try it here – less messy than breaking out the old window and replacing with new glass, and possibly more sustainable.
So here it is then:

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