A piecrust table is a type of furniture that typically features a round or oval tabletop with a raised, scalloped edge resembling the crust of a pie. This decorative edge is often intricately carved or molded to give it a more ornate appearance. The legs of a piecrust table can vary in style, but they usually have a curved or cabriole shape. Piecrust tables were popular during the 18th century in England and were often used as occasional or side tables in formal settings. Today, they are considered classic and elegant pieces of furniture, often used for decorative purposes. Small, round table with carved or molded edge, in scalloped outline.