What is the translation of "Sheish ha'Ma'araches"?
What does "ha'Shulchan ha'Tahor" mean?
Rashi #1: It means that the Shulchan was made of pure gold'.
Rashi #2: It means that the [bottom] loaves rested on Tiharo (the table itself), 1 and not on short poles [that separated between each load and the loaf above it].
Yuma 21a: This implies that it can become Tamei. Do not say that it is a stationary Kli Etz. On the festival they would lift it to show the Olei Regalim that the Lechem ha'Panim was [steaming,] like when it was removed from the oven [even eight days earlier].