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A risky operation at Chelsea Riverside Apartment project.

March 2017

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Robinson van Noort love to source antique pieces for our projects but occasionally they need to be adjusted to suit their new home like with this 1940’s Murano chandelier we found for our Chelsea Apartment project.

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It was a tense day on site yesterday as the decision was made to cut the decorative glass stem of the chandelier. By reducing its height it can now sit correctly above the dining table.
There was a lot of risk involved but alas the job went smoothly and we are very relieved! We are pleased with site progress in general; the project has been running well and is nearing completion.

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