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...
It is named after American cabinetmaker Duncan Phyfe, and is considered by
some art historians as more of an adaptation and refinement of Adam, Sheraton,
A carpenter and a designer, Duncan Phyfe can be recognized as one of the most
popular furniture manufacturer in the world. Although he created many styles, ...
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worked in all the popular styles of the day including Federal, Neo-Classic, Empire
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Duncan Phyfe created his own American interpretations of many English and
European styles of furniture.
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... chairs and other furniture in the Duncan Phyfe style have carved or reeded
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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, ...