A 47" x 14" x 2" table of cedar elm aka Texas elm aka rock elm - ulmus crassifolia. Probably almost double the hardness of American elm. The sanded finish is smoother than any wood I know. This color pattern is different than most trees because the dark interior isn't heartwood. That's a process caused by bacterial infection where the tree literally bleeds in its interior. Creates spectacular unique pieces. Very few woodworkers in the South use this tree, and my arborist friends in the North don't even know of it. One of the most underutilized gorgeous woods there is.
Legs will be steel 1.5 to 2 inch flat bar rectangles, 10 inches wide and customizable from 12 to 30 inches high.