A false-stage is a Norman piece of furniture composed of a whole of superimposed racks maintained by four amounts fixed on shoes adhering on the ground.
It differs from the Vaisselier by its sides which, instead of resting on a bottom of dresser, are prolonged to the ground. It is fixed at the wall by legs cards. It receives the crockery of everyday usage, the dishes with Douillon S, the Cruche S with Cidre of Argile or sandstone on the upper part and the lower part the “pucheux one” and the Seau X with water scoured.
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