Medieval Table

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The Medieval table has one leg used as a support that was either fastened to the floor or the lower end is spread-out so that the table may stand firmly. The top of the table is square and is united to the leg by means of screw, so that it maybe taken-off.




Meyer, Franz Sales Handbook of Ornament (New York, NY: The Bruno Hessling Company, 1904)


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