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You could use either an oil-based stain or even acrylic paint of a matching color. It might have been a mahogany stain, hard to tell from photos. Looks like the existing finish is poly, so should be easy to wipe off your new color application without affecting the surrounding area. Then top it off with some poly or brushing lacquer.