Beautful wood, but if I had it, I'd likely turn the legs so they splay out rather than in. You can't put any real weight on the ends of this table without making it unstable. The center of gravity must stay over the base to be stable. The wider the base (where it touches the floor), the more stable the piece will be. But, wow, what a gorgeous hunk of Maple.
When you replace the legs, repost. It is a striking piece of furniture! See if you can reverse the curve before you change legs. I think setting them closer to the middle and splaying they out at an angle would make this look terrific. Tommy likes it.
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