A design for a related table with similar canted top and tapering sabre legs features with other Nähtische (work-tables) in M. Wölfer, Modell- und Musterbuch für Bau- und Möbel- Tischler, Quedlinburg and Leipzig, 1833, pl. 59.
A further related table in the Städtisches Museum in Regensburg is illustrated in G. Himmelheber, Biedermeier Furniture, London, 1974, fig. 46. An oval table made in Vienna, with nearly identical supports joined by a concave-sided rectangular undertier, is illustrated in Prof. R. Haaff, Das Süddeutsche Biedermeier, Westheim Pfalz, 1991, p. 275, cat. 577.