The chandoliers in this hotel, like in most hotels, are designed to provide a particular luxury effect at minimal cost. To this end, they succeed.
They are also, probably, some firm of plastic. Think lucite or plexiglass.
There are also missing pieces, and they're easily noticed if you look closely enough.
The question is how much imperfection is acceptable the expected glance if most guests. I suspect a lot.
The point is for those out there in pellmell pursuit of perfection to make your organization proud: Just how far do you go to achieve the end you require, and what do you give up as you cruise far beyond the detection of most other mortals?
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