Tony Kubalak has been building accurate, museum quality reproduction 18th-century American furniture since 1999. He specializes in high style Philadelphia Queen Anne and Chippendale pieces with emphasis on the carved embellishments. His work has been featured in?Fine Woodworking Magazine, Woodwork Magazine, Woodshop News, Eagan Magazine, and?Midwest Home Magazine. He has written articles for?Fine Woodworking, Woodwork,?and?The Journal of American Period Furniture. Kubalak? other books include?Carving 18th Century American Furniture Elements and?Carving 18th-Century American Furniture Motifs. Recognized nationally for nine consecutive years by being selected for the Directory of Traditional American Crafts, sponsored by?Early American Life Magazine, he has won several awards including Best Carving, Best Handwork, and Best Traditional Design at the Northern Woods Exhibition sponsored by the Minnesota Woodworkers Guild. He is the winner of the Society of American Period Furniture Makers?Cartouche Award for national lifetime achievement in period furniture building. You can see more of his work by visiting

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