In the Cincinnati exhibit there is a chandelier, said to be from the first class smoking room. While it does match stylistically to those seen in pictures (which I believe are all from Olympic) the number of sockets does not match. The one in the exhibit has five while the ones in the pictures have either three or eight. Does anyone know if this was changed between Olympic and Titanic, if perhaps they thought eight was too many or three too few? Or were these lights used elsewhere in the ship perhaps? I'm working at the exhibit and it's something that has been bothering me for a while. Any help would be greatly appreciated!