“Inspiration from the “French Country” style is seen in “Working Class Tables” a limited production sold at the Philadelphia Furniture Shows mid nineties and by commission thereafter.And to match the design language in their antique Heywood Wakefield chairs, a Reading couple asked for a like-minded kitchen table to be constructed. Again, an opportunity for “twins”, the more stable of the two with three legs and a ton of “makeup” on top, too! [Oil based paint mixed half and half with WaterLox tung oil varnish.]”John C. Jackson
Three Legged TablesOnly the most functional table design known to Man! Never needs shimming or leveling for stability, for one thing, and for another, 3 legged tables just looks really cool, different and never out of place despite their unconventional status. Why stand on four legs when you’re better off on three, eh!All these feature a “bridle joint” at their apex, better known in the artist’s brain as a “horse bit”. Artistic license, anyone?
John C. Jackson