a small round table.
Stand for holding a candelabrum or torch, a tray or a basket. Some early gueridons were in the form of a black human figure - now known as blackamoors - and were imported to Britain from Holland, Italy and France in the latter half of the 17thC. The term has come to be commonly used for small occasional tables associated with the Louis XV and Louis XVI periods, with a frieze drawer and platform. interlacing circles derived from Greek and Roman architecture and used to decorate plain or moulded surfaces on furniture. See decorative motifs.
French term. This is a small serving table or trolley, used in the dining room, to set up and serve the food or cook it in front of the customer.
a high table with a small top and a single support, normally used to support a candlestick
Gueridon is the preparation of foodstuffs at or beside the diner\'s table. This may include: the preparation of raw food like fruit carving hot food being cooked. This is a specialized style of service more often associated with fine dining. - Close
A small table or pedestal with a circular top dating from the 17th and early 18th centuries. Originally used to support candelabras.
A small circular table designed to carry some form of lighting.
a small, elaborately carved stand or table
A small rounded topped table or stand, elaborately carved, usually with three legs.
A general term for a lamp stand in France. The "table en guéridon" was a small circular tea table.
A small, circular occasional table, typically formed as a pedestal or column and often elaborately carved, usually with a marble top.
A small French occasional table with rounded top.