Frederick Duckloe & Bros. -- America’s Oldest Hardwood Furniture Manufacturer
Since 1859, Frederick Duckloe & Bros. has been manufacturing traditional American furniture in eastern Pennsylvania. In continuous operation for four generations, the company is now run by siblings, Frederick B. Duckloe and Barbara Duckloe Townsend. They, along with 25 skilled craftsmen, make high quality chairs, tables and occasional pieces out of the finest native hardwoods. Their approach to making furniture has been virtually unchanged since the company’s inception.
Well known and respected, mostly for their Windsor chairs, Duckloe furniture has graced many historic and significant spaces. Some of these places include, Independence Hall in Philadelphia, The National Museum of American History/Smithsonian in Washington D.C. and The Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities in Boston, among many other well-known and exclusive establishments throughout the Northeast.
Frederick Duckloe & Bros. also offers 10,000 square feet of retail space where they showcase for sale many of the highest quality brands of furniture and accessories on the market today.
The factory is open for tours year round during regular business hours.
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