Duncan Phyfe (1768-16 August 1854) was one of nineteenth-century America's
leading ... Phyfe's work encompassed a broad range of the period's Neoclassical
styles, starting from his earli...
Duncan Phyfe (1795-1848). The Duncan Phyfe style is characterized by carved
or reeded legs and neoclassic motifs. It is named after American cabinetmaker ...
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Jun 15, 2015 ... Duncan Phyfe created his own American interpretations of many English and
European styles of furniture.
Duncan Phyfe Furniture, The Simplistic But Eloquent Style Is Still Popular Today
... list of styles of furniture: double pedestal banquet tables, reeded leg sofas, ...
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Jan 7, 2016 ... Duncan Phyfe, cabinetmaker, designed furniture just about 200 years ... These
Neoclassic pieces were inspired by English Regency styles, ...
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During the first decades of the nineteenth century, Duncan Phyfe and ... and
Regency styles—found in design books such as Thomas Sheraton's The ... Only
rarely did Phyfe attach a trade label to his furniture, and few objects in the “Phyfe
The most commonly reproduced forms of Phyfe's furniture are the chairs and the
sofas. Keep in mind that these pieces are now 100 years old and have ...