The Limners table and its imperfections of perspective, created an interesting geometrical challenge for furniture designer Floris van den Broecke. He wanted to replicate the tables oddity while constructing a stable and functional piece of furniture. The table was then first made by Mary Little. 

Our client commissioned us to replicate the original table using the original engineering drawings and techniques.  We duplicated every detail exactly as originally done, right down to the joinery, turned knobs and custom brackets. Please notice the odd angles and leg placement within this piece. Our pictures show the table in our clients home. A natural clear acrylic finish was applied, and described by the customers The slight sheen on the legs make them look like those of a woman wearing silk stockings, or a ballet dancer on point.  This is such an honor for us to be able to participate in the reproduction of such an exquisite piece of American History.