Hubby and I spent 3 weeks in the area. We are huge collectors and he saw a chandelier that we were serious about purchasing. It was a Saturday...there was a note on the door instructing that they were closed for a few hours and to come back at such and such a time. My husband is handicapped...with a cane we walked up the block to find a place to have something to eat or drink while we waited...we did and then walked back (no easy task for hubby). It was open, we walked in and went to the back corner and inquired about the price. The girl told us and we were discussing the purchase with each other when the owner rudely kicked us out because they were moving more pieces in. I explained (quickly) that we had already walked up and down the street and he could not do it again (we were not in the area of the store where they were moving things in...nope...literally kicked us out. Against my wishes hubby wanted to go back for the lighting. We went during the week, saw the open sign lit, parked and walked to the store (again not easy for him) to find it closed. This happened again on a Saturday afternoon and again on a week night. This store lost out on our over $3k purchase...I will get my lighting from Royal Street in NOLA where we were treated well. I don't care if they were selling things for mere dollars...I would never go back and never recommend them! These people are either laundering money because they certainly do not want to make sales or they are so ignorant they don't deserve to be in possession of pieces with class when they have none.
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