Mirrored table is a 12-cell still life. It consists of two tables facing each other with one row of dead cells between them.
One of the tables can be moved by two cells to the side, resulting in
It is the only 12-cell still life to fit within a 5 × 4 bounding box.
4G syntheses   (click above to open LifeViewer)
There are known
4-glider syntheses for a mirrored table; a number of known syntheses can be found in Mark Niemiec's database.
octohash database contains a constellation of two long boats which can serve as a one-glider seed for the mirrored table. The octo3obj database contains five other small constellations of common objects, each of which can also be used as a 1G seed for the mirrored table.
A 1G seed from the octohash database (click above to open LifeViewer)
Five 1G seeds from the octo3obj database (click above to open LifeViewer)
See also: List of common still lifes
Mirrored table is the thirtieth most common
still life in Achim Flammenkamp's census, being less common than very long ship but more common than canoe. It is also the thirty-eighth most common object on  Adam P. Goucher's Catagolue.
There are 12 results in the
octohash database (including one collision with two occurrences ), 25 results in the octo3g database, and 191 results in the octo3obj database with this still life occurring in the ash.