Hi, Two months ago I bought a solid wood circular table imported from Indonesia and made out of a local hardwood. Last week, the table top developed a foot long crack that goes all the way through (table top ~1 inch thick). This has occurred along the line of a knort in the wood. Living in Toronto, Canada, our winters are dry. I contacted the shop where we bought the table and thay have offered to come to the house and repair the crack using some kind of adhesive / resin. They said leave it until March to ensure that the wood does not move any further (which I had already thought of). My questions are: I presume that the wood cracked because the timber was not properly dried - correct, or will any wood crack in a drier environment i.e. how much blame should the store take concerning the quality of their product? Any tips on the best way to repair the crack and how to ensure that it won't get any worse? The table has a stained finish, which complicates any repair. Just want to make sure that their repair will be effective. Thanks in advance for the help!