Duncan Phyfe (1768-16 August 1854) was one of nineteenth-century America's
leading cabinetmakers. Although he did not create any new furniture style, ...
Duncan Phyfe (1795-1848). The Duncan Phyfe style is characterized by carved
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Duncan Phyfe was an American furniture and cabinet designer in the late 1700s
and early 1800s. His style was rich and elegant and appealed to upper-class ...
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