Occasional table

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    Possibly one for the MinxyGirl personal shopper function. A few years ago on a stand at the NEC we bought a superb little occasional table, which we used on almost all occasions. It had 3 heights, the tallest being useable with standard height chairs. The table top was quite small (about 2ft 6 x 2ft at a guess) and a sort of rounded rectangle. It had a scissor leg action (oo matron) like that of an ironing table, and was absolutely rock solid. Best of all, it cost less than £20. Is anyone aware of the name of the supplier?
     
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    We bought two from Dunelm and their great.
     
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    Not really, it was just like an ironing board action leg action, you could set it at 3 heights up to about 3ft plus. You know, you reach under the table top and move the legs along for the different heights. I wish I had a photo of it, it's hard to explain. Thanks for your input tho.
     
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    We are using this table instead of our huge Hymer one which is in our loft - £18 from Proper Job in Bristol - not sure if they are national - they are advertised as a craft table, but are really solid with an offset cantilever leg so it can be tucked right up into the seat when not in use. If you wanted one we are at Jez and Lyns meet at York and Malvern.
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