Here's a simple table patterned after a piece commonly found in Early American taverns. Many a settler took stock of his fortunes and made plans for a new life seated at one of these small tables.
The construction is fairly simple, with trestle style legs that fit into chamfered feet. The joinery consists of double mortise-and-tenon joints that are pegged. The pegs add an interesting detail, and were commonly used instead of glue when these tables were originally made.