Definition of Phyfe, Duncan in English:

Phyfe, Duncan

Syllabification: Phyfe, Duncan
Pronunciation: /fīf
 
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( 1768–1854) US cabinetmaker; born in Scotland. Between 1792 and 1847, working mostly with mahogany, he made chairs, sofas, and tables noted for their graceful proportions and precisely carved simple ornaments.

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