Small folding table with splayed legs generally turned. The top has wing brackets underneath to support drop-leaf wings on either side.
A small Early American drop-leaf table whose leaves are supported by swinging brackets suggestive of butterfly wings.
Small drop-leaf table with wing brackets to support the leaves; opens into a narrow oval shape.
A tavern table made in America in the late 17th and 18th centuries. The name arises because of the wing-shaped extended fly-brackets that supported the flaps instead of the more common gate leg. The legs were canted outwards to achieve a more elegant shape.
A small drop-leaf table whose leaves are supported by a swinging support which resembles a butterfly wing on a rudder.
An Early American drop-leaf table, generally small, leaves of which are supported by swinging brackets suggesting butterfly wings.