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Phyfe

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Duncan. ?1768--1854, US cabinet-maker, born in Scotland
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These pieces are selectively augmented by furniture attributed to the Phyfe workshop, about which the curators appear to have no doubts but for which they admit definitive documentation is lacking; their cautious approach affords great confidence in the choice of works on show.
That was true of the 100-piece "Charlestowne Square," Broyhill's wormy maple and cherry reproductions of 19th-century American-made furniture, inspired by Sheraton, Hepplewhite and Phyfe.
Names to look for include Aeolian, Vocalion and Duncan Phyfe, which was a rather smart walnut version with reeded legs.
Phyfe and Wear of Anderson, Clayton provided detailed information as to the distortions taking place.
Phyfe,(311) an 1893 case decided shortly after the legislature enacted the interpretive rule, the New York Court of Appeals made it clear that defendants were still entitled to fair notice.
Their split-level home is furnished with the Queen Anne chairs and Duncan Phyfe furniture they bought 15 years ago.
Phyfe emigrated from Scotland and about 1792 set up shop in New York.
When the receptionist says, "Please have a seat in the lobby" and motions you to an 1810 mahogany-framed sofa created by master designer Duncan Phyfe, you smooth your trousers before you sit.
Kent Phyfe, CTO of Price Plan, which provides Rocket Band, a dial-up service, remarked, "My company has had amazing success with Total Internet; since deploying it, our technical support call volume has decreased by 90%.
Selectman Nick Davis and board chairman Leo Janssens II voting in favor of revoking the permission, and Duncan Phyfe opposed.
From the early nineteenth century comes a masterpiece of American furniture, an ebonised and gilt-bronze mounted rosewood secretaire a abattant attributed to the renowned New York cabinet-maker Duncan Phyfe (Carswell Rush Berlin).