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Armchair Attributed to Duncan Phyfe & Son  (1770–1854)

Duncan Phyfe side chair, early 1800's. Phyfe immigrated from Scotland and blended English Neoclassical and Regency styles, supplying furniture to the wealthy families of New York.

Duncan Phyfe Sofa....like the tufted back

Dusk announces the best part of the day...when work is done and a rewarding evening includes a comfortable sofa by the fire. With its empire design and distinctively Edwardian romance, this claw footed couch is upholstered in buttery leather in a marriage of casual and upscale design suited for any decor. Hand carved wood. Brass studs. 35 x 84 x 33".

Love this Duncan Phyfe sofa! ok the room isnt that great but see you can rock a phyfe in a causal home...never too formal

I want my Duncan Phyfe sofa tufted on the back like this one...ae

OMG-my folks have this sofa as an antique!! I need to recover it so it looks like this!!!

can't go wrong with a duncan phyfe sofa

Sofa Attributed to the Workshop of Duncan Phyfe  (1770–1854) Date: 1810–20 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, New York City, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: Mahogany, gilt brass, tulip poplar

Attributed to Duncan Phyfe: Side chair (68.202.1) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art