Between the table legs, in the upper part (under the tabletop) there was a panel beautified with some of the wood decoration techniques (scroll saw, marquetry, Mashrabiya…). Depending on the construction, the panel could be either a separate part or an integrated part with the legs. If you take a closer look at these two scroll saw arch 3D models, you will see that they have been made separately and need to be fixed between the table legs. In this way, these parts have both a decorative role and a practical one as they serve to additionally strengthen the construction of the table.
These two pieces whose 3D models you can download here are the abovementioned pieces decorated with scroll saw technique. We have named them ’arch pieces’ because they have a specific shape that used to be characteristic of the arches in Moorish and Arab architecture. The construction of Arab occasional tables is simple, and these two arch pieces will come in handy if you decide to embark on the project. If you have access to a CNC router or laser cutter, you can craft the pieces in no time. Even if you don’t, it certainly is worth to have them done for you considering that these are very nice-looking and quality tables.