Darkening a mahogany table top
I'm refinishing the top of an old mahogany dining table and trying to keep the finished color similar to other furniture pieces in my dining room. So far I've sanded off all the old, darkened finish, removing all the scratches, dings and stain in the process. Then I sanded with an extra fine grit and applied two coats of Minwax mahogany gel stain, wiping well and waiting 24 hours between each coat. The stained top looks lovely, but needs to be slightly deeper to match with the table legs and other furniture pieces. Could I try a glaze at this point, or should I try another coat of the gel? I thought a glaze might add just the right amount of "age" and color to the finish to help it match the other pieces.
And if a glaze is suggested, any particular ones that you'd recommend?