This bizarre table was made as a gift for Napoleon III in 1866 by Italian naturalist and noted creep, Elfisio Marini.
This is the kind of table that’s good for you if you’re worried that your dinner guests have too much of an appetite.
Why? Because it is made with human remains.
Several body parts were used to make this table which included petrified hearts, brains, livers, and lungs.
Oh, and let’s not forget that decorative petrified foot smack dab in the middle.
Would YOU eat at this table made of petrified remains?