Found in aunt's estate. She was a seamstress. Marked as mahogany with holes on the top.
If it looks like this then probably mahogany.
Similiar and related woods are Sapele, Khaya, Lauan,
There is such a thing as American mahogany but true Mahogany is a tropical wood that only grows wild in tropical forest. It takes 100's of years to grow to a useable size.
Once so common the Victorians used it for everything it is now rare and expensive, mostly because of deforestation by burning for farming land.
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clear plexiglass against a white background perhaps?
Sorry my glass ball is in a polish shop this week...
I get no image (picture) to examine..
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