What do you see cluttering up the corner of my dining room?? Eight, yes eight antique mahogany "Duncan Phyfe" dining chairs! If yo...
Rose Pink Tyley Chair
Boasting ultra-soft, blush-pink upholstery and conical birch-toned wood legs, this accent chair offers a distinctly mid-century appeal. And it’ll look even more appealing in your living room. #WeKnowSmall
Side Chair attributed to Duncan Phyfe (Scottish, 1770–1854), New York City, ca. 1815–20, Mahogany, ash, tulip poplar. The delicate framing and lyre-shaped splat of this chair are considered hallmarks of the Phyfe style. The cabinetmaker included a drawing of a similar chair in an 1816 letter to prominent Philadelphian Charles Bancker. This particular example is thought to be part of a set of twenty-four produced by Phyfe's workshop.