The term "trundle", which describes movable objects that fit together, goes back to the character of Mother Gigogne, known since 1602 in French puppet theaters. This lady, very tall and very strong, was always presented accompanied by a slew of children emerging from under her petticoats. By analogy, the term is first passed to Russian wooden dolls, then to furniture, including tables. The proper name "Gigogne" could itself originate from the Latin "gigas", large, enormous, by allusion to the very respectable size of the famous puppet.Stained glass nesting tables Specialist in glass furniture, the company Quidnimis (www.quidnimis.com) offers on its site a set of curved glass "Curvi" (€ 614 for three tables in lacquered glass), in the colors red, orange and black to combine. At Moss (www.meublesmoss.com), the nesting tables in black and transparent glass play on contrasts: "Soho" model, € 199 both. Transparent nesting tables For lovers of clean lines, Artisan's offers a series of three transparent modeled glass tables sold for € 399 on the Le Pelican website (www.lepelican.fr). Light and airy, the nesting tables in plexiglass or acrylic combine design and security: together "Alti" from Camif (249 € for three tables, Camif is now in liquidation) or "City Plexi" from Marais (518 € for a set of two tables) on Delamaison.fr. Pop style wooden nesting tables Largely inspired by seventies lines, the Handy set of Alinéa mixes a wenge-colored coffee table and its two nesting cubes (storage or stools) lacquered in red (175 €). In the same spirit, the Push line, at Fly (coffee table and stools, four colors to mix, from € 129). The nesting cubes Maximum space saving, with these low tables or end tables that play Russian dolls, like the nesting birch cubes from La Redoute (€ 99 for four), with simple lines, in a Scandinavian style.