Duncan Phyfe, originally Duncan Fife, was a Scottish-born cabinetmaker and furniture designer. He was a leading advocate for the Neoclassical style of furniture and one of the most distinguished cabinetmakers of the 19th... More »

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According to Connected Lines, chairs and other furniture in the Duncan Phyfe style have carved or reeded legs, and neoclassical motifs. There is some variation in individual design, but the style is considered by some ar... More »

One way to identify a Duncan Phyfe table is by looking at the legs. The legs of many Duncan Phyfe style tables have saber legs that flare out from a pedestal or from stretchers. They often have paw feet that can be made ... More »

Duncan Phyfe dining tables and chairs are available for purchase from eBay.com, Houzz.com and AntiquePurveyor.com. The dining tables on these websites are manufactured primarily from mahogany, and some have the capacity ... More »

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Duncan Phyfe furniture can be identified by its graceful, curved lines and its excellent proportions, as well as the high-quality wood that the Scottish-born cabinetmaker used. He was especially fond of the best mahogany... More »

Duncan Phyfe furniture is sturdy; the finely crafted pieces include Grecian scroll-designed pier tables that easily support large, heavy marble table tops. Duncan Phyfe built furniture in the early 1800s using durable wo... More »

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Duncan brand glazes can be chosen from the color wheel on the Duncan color catalog or on craft websites such as DogwoodCeramics.com. Choosing a color depends on whether you need it as a regular glaze, underglaze or you a... More »

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