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« Kraemer is over-the-top discreet; one is always being reminded that one is never supposed to talk about the things one buys,» says Gillian Wilson , a former curator who stocked the Getty Museum's collection with at least 20 pièces bought from the Kraemers over a course of 20 years.
«There's always a lot of shuffling and muffling, and you always got the sense they were hiding someone more important than you in the next room»

ForbesLife, Forbes October 2007

«They are only interested in perfection» says Michael Andrew Wilson, an antiques scout who advises American collectors.

ForbesLife, Forbes October 2007

« I had to sell two of my children to pay for it « says New York architect and designer Peter Marino who bought a Louis XVI commode by Leleu from Kraemer for his own contemporary apartment.

ForbesLife, Forbes october 2007

« They are the top of respectability and seriousness « says Laure de Beauvau Craon, head of Sotheby's France.

House of Treasures W. 1994

« They are not in the business of intimidation,» says decorator Mark Hampton.
« They appear to have stepped right out of the 19th century- they treat you in the most old-fashioned, courtly way»

House of Treasures W. 1994

« And whether you are buying a commode or a candle stick, they treat you the same» says Susan Gutfreund.

House of Treasures W. 1994

« Finalement, Monsieur Kraemer, vous ne m'avez jamais rien vendu, c'est toujours moi qui vous ai acheté « dit un client.

La Saga des Kraemer. Point de Vue. 2008.

« When my husband and I were furnishing our house, we bought several things from the Kraemers, and the prices seemed terribly high,» recalls Sao Schlumberger. « But when I decided to sell, I got top dollar for the pieces we'd bought from them , so I can't complain»

House of Treasures W. 1994

« It's an old, traditional business that's been on the top of the market for generations «
says Nicolas Kugel, antiquaire.

House of Treasures W. 1994

«Enfin, je vivrais près d'une ville peuplée d'antiquaires, parmi lesquels je retrouverais Seligmann, Kraemer, Davis, Duveen, chez qui j'ai éprouvé les plus vives satisfactions de ma vie terrestre».

Mémoires de Boni de Castellane, Emmanuel de Waresquiel

« Tout avait été transformé dans la maison de George Gould depuis mon dernier voyage en Amérique. Lowengard et Kraemer, antiquaires connus avaient passé par là et placé chez lui quelques objets précieux, entre autres un mobilier en tapisserie de Casanova que j'avais connu jadis à Valençay ».

Mémoires de Boni de Castellane, Emmanuel de Waresquiel

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