This table is described by its vendor as a “walnut and mahogany eight-legged tilt-top table, circa 1780”. I’m not convinced the top is original… I’m not even certain when or if it began its life as a table.
The elephant in the room is of course the claw (standard eighteenth-century nomenclature). On pillar and claw tables, three-legged claws are the norm; four-legged claws (fig. 2) are much less common, and six-legged claws (figs. 1 & 3) are rare .