This small kitchen table was custom-made by a resident carpenter. In the eighteenth century, the sponsor invited the craftsman to stay at home time to accomplish his work, offering him for this period the lodging and the cover.
- The width of the tray gives this table the dual function of galley table and meal.
- The two drawers of different sizes boast designs created for the occasion. They fit into a delicately framed cross.
- Everything rests on feet ended in balls.