A colonette is a small slender column, usually decorative, which supports a beam or lintel. Colonettes have been used as a feature of furnishings such as a dressing table and case clock. According to the Merriam Webster Dictionary they are typically found in "a group in a parapet, balustrade, or clustered column". The term columnette has also been used to refer to thin columns.
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