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Bankgasse 9, 1010 Wien
Originally, the 2013 Palais Liechtenstein order was for the restoration of a single large chandelier, as sizeable government contracts are often democratically divided between all active chandelier producers. However, since the other companies quickly reached their limits, we were ultimately given the entire commission: restoration, some additions, and a handful of full reconstructions of the palace chandeliers. The high work volume and strict standards of the client, represented by their head conservator, presented not only a tremendous challenge, but also an opportunity for our employees to learn a great deal. The most beautiful chandelier of the palace is in the Square Room, a large ornate fixture that was originally planned to be much smaller. However, due to a misunderstanding between the French designer and the manufacturer, it was made 30 percent larger than intended. In order to fit the sizeable chandelier into the ballroom, the ceiling was redesigned and a dome installed! The biggest challenge for us, however, was the large chandelier in the dining room, made of cast zinc and gold leaf. After being stored in a basement for decades, it came to us in a very sorry state, and while cast zinc is quite easy to make, it is almost impossible to work with once completed. This makes the professional restoration of zinc castings one of the greatest challenges in our field, particularly with such huge specimens. For us, the best part of the job was after the restoration was finished: We had the honour of reconstructing two rococo chandeliers in the Bouquet Room that had been demolished in a plane crash during the final days of the war. With only a photograph and a handful of scattered parts, we were able to deduce the structure and style of the chandelier.
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