On a household relocation to Oregon, my movers detached the top of my Ths Moser inspired solid cherry trestle table to make it easier to pack on the truck. Double stretcher, Mortise and tenon, square peg joinery. My pride and joy. When reassembling, the top was inverted and placed on my dining room floor and then the driver attached the base by forcing THE WRONG SCREWS through my 1-1/2” table top and into the floor.
I have a disappointing settlement (thanks a lot!) but now am faced with making the repairs myself. Two screw holes.
Try a bowtie inlay?
Fill and texture?
Rip into three pieces and rejoin?
suggestions are welcome.