Duncan Phyfe (1768-1854) was one of the leading 19th Century American cabinetmakers. He was one of the best known interpreters of European trends and among the finest Regency and Neoclassical style cabinet makers in the USA. Duncan Phyfe became extremely influential among generations of American cabinetmakers that followed, particularly in the late 19th Century and early 20th century.
This fine table is most likely from the early 20th century, c. 1910. It has been previously restored and it’s in good overall condition (although there are a few minor surface scratches that can be readily repaired – ask us on the Inquire tab).
Typical of Duncan Phyfe style tables, this one is mahogany with satinwood banding all around. It stands on 2 three-pronged pedestals ending in bronze feet, and can be opened and extended with 3 included leaves. Without the leaves, the table is approximately 80 inches long, but fully extended it stretches to nearly 120″ to seat 10-12 people. It’s 48 inches wide and 30 inches tall.
Please note this is the table only, not including chairs. The owner will welcome offers as well.