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This table is lightweight and portable, and folds up for easy storage. This is a great project, and can be made in a day.

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WorkSmart 6' Height Adjustable Resin Multi Purpose Table - Folding Base - 72 Table Top Width x 30 Table Top Depth x 1.77 Table Top Thickness - 29.50 Height

WorkSmart 6' Height Adjustable Resin Multi Purpose Table - Folding Base - 72 Table Top Width x 30 Table Top Depth x 1.77 Table Top Thickness - 29.50 Height

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TV Tray. Serving tray. Color/Finish: Natural. Material: Bamboo. 20 in. L x 15 in. W x 25.5 in. H (6.5 lbs).


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Wikimedia Commons image page Description Title Candlestand (image 1 of 2) Description : United States, Massachusetts, Boston, 1790-1800 : Furnishings; Lighting : Mahogany, birch, various inlays : 42 1/8 x 19 3/8 x 19 1/4 in. (107 x 49.21 x 48.9 cm) : Gift of Mrs. Murray Braunfeld (M.2006.51.13) : [http: //www.lacma.org/art/collection/decorative-arts-and-design Decorative Arts and Design] Accession number M.2006.51.13 Date 1790-1800 Source *Image: http: //collections.lacma.org/sites/default/files/remote_images/piction/ma-31186877-O3.jpg *Gallery: http: //collections.lacma.org/node/177529 Institution {{Institution: Los Angeles County Museum of Art}} Other_versions [[File: Candlestand LACMA M.2006.51.13 (2 of 2).jpg|220px|left]] License Public domain LACMA Wooden tables Tripod tables Folding tables Candlestands (furniture) Federal furniture 18th-century furniture|Tables, candlestands American furniture in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art Images from LACMA uploaded by Fæ...

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