No retail chains carry furniture explicitly done in the style of Duncan Phyfe. Considered an accomplished craftsman of the late 18th Century, original pieces done by Phyfe are considered antiques, and they can run upwards of tens of thousands of dollars each.
Websites such as SkinnerInc.com and 1stDibs.com provide opportunities to purchase original pieces. 1stDibs.com contains pieces direct from collections and galleries that verify if the piece is an original or replica. SkinnerInc.com is an auctioneer website listing various pieces that are up for auction or have been previously sold. Some of the pieces are originals, while others are reproductions in the style of Phyfe.
AntiquePurveyor.com provides a listing of antique reproduction furniture, including Phyfe, in various styles. Furniture listed on the website include popular and custom made pieces. The business also entails a furniture factory that creates reproductions per request.
Other auction websites, such as eBay, list several pieces of furniture done in the Duncan Phyfe style. Listings change over time, but may provide an easier source of finding entire dining sets. Finding pieces from owners close by can also reduce the cost of shipping. Local listings on Craigslist.com for Duncan Phyfe furniture can also cut down on overall costs to find complete sets, as local classifieds carry several listings in the style.