A table is a piece of furniture, consisting of a large flat surface supported at waist-height by legs or trestles. The style does not seem to have been blazoned, in period or in the Society.
Trestle tables seem to be more commonly found in medieval armory. A typical depiction would show the trestle in profile, as in the arms of Marschalgk von Ostheim, 1605 [Siebmacher 101]. But we also have period examples of the trestle table in trian view, in the arms of Faltzner, c.1600 [BSB Cod.Icon 307:547]. The illustration is based on Faltzner.
Tables with four straight legs are less commonly found, at least in heraldry, but we do have one example: the arms of von Stüllingenn, early 16th C. [BSB Cod.Icon 392d:532]. This form of table should be drawn so that the legs may be distinguished, to aid in identification.
The Minister of the Lists of Atlantia bears: Per pale argent and azure, a table sable between three quill pens one and two bendwise sinister counterchanged.
Dananir al-Attarah bears as a badge: Atop a table sable a goblet gules.