In the beginning basic sideboard shape had up to 8 legs, all the way until 18th century. The first innovation was the substitution of hollow storage pedestals: drawers (for napkins, cutlery, etc) were added in the space beneath the main surface and between the pedestals. In the early 19th century side tables became an established part of mass-produced dining room suites, and they became much heavier in design.
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