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Next stop, the cavernous auditorium whose darkened mezzanine and decorative chandeliers are barely visible in the motes of daylight piercing through holes in the high ceiling.
But for decades, this was the iconic Four Seas restaurant, whose spirit Jew preserved via the original lotus chandeliers.
The front double doors opened into an atrium with chandeliers hanging from the ceiling and ivory dominos set in a white marble floor.
Deals have fallen apart over drapes, pinball machines and chandeliers.
The chandeliers are gone (all three, installed in the 1969 renovation, were moved to Corbett Tower).
If chandeliers aren’t your thing, market lights will also do the trick and make the space feel immediately more intimate for your holiday.
Monteen said at that time, the woodwork and chandeliers were removed from the old building and moved to the adjacent current church building, which was once the Fidelis Hall.
Everything at the Baccarat Hotel is for sale — even $216,000 chandeliers.
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