I came across a small Wegner table, made by A. Tuck. The design is really nice, but the poor table must have undergone serious stress over the years. Before making an offer (I am sure the owner won't be happy about it, but in this case I think it will match the table value), I wanted to ask your opinion.
There are two cracks visible on the top surface, one visible due to the white color of the glue, and another crack that is more visible. It looks like these cracks are not crossing entirely the surface, but they stop at half or less of it. Do you think it is possible to put epoxidic glue in the cracks, send it, and go with teak oil and steel? Would it made a decent result?
There is a dent on the rim, which actually does not worry me as much as the cracks.
Finally, the design of the legs of this table requires that two wooden pins are keeping the two parts together. The two pins are not available, but I guess they could be remade.