Unfortunately we didn't take enough photos of this table. It's a bookmatched live edge mango wood dining table with a wenge stain. Our supplier in Costa Rica who deals with some of the most spectacular salvaged and reclaimed woods always tells us that mango wood is his favorite. And I totally get it. It has beautiful small graining sort of like white oak, except on steroids. With great figuring and burling, for a light wood it also gets great colors - even occasionally green streaks showing up in it. And in this case, it also takes stain really well without loosing the distinct graining with the dark stain. So with that great raw edge mango top and the mango wood slab legs, this is a table that we should have photographed from all angles instead of just having this one. And for that, we apologize to this table where ever it is.