I have just inherited my grandparents' beautiful pre-1970 Niels Moller model 78 dining chairs in solid rio rosewood with dark brown leather seats (or perhaps they're vinyl - but definitely original) and a magnificent Arne Vodder model 212 rio rosewood oval dining table. They are badly sun-bleached, having spent the past 40 years in my parents' home in the south of France. I have wanted this furniture all my life, but am saddened at the state it's in. The overall condition of the solid wood and tabletop veneer is good, except for the severe bleaching. The dining table has two extension leaves that have barely seen the light of day, so I know what colour I am trying to achieve. The chairs are all of different hues now, depending on which were in direct sunlight and which weren't. I cannot afford a professional French polishing job, but really want to restore their colour and uniformity if possible, and also protect them from further damage. My own dining-room is sheltered from direct sunlight, so they will not incur further damage. I want to proceed with caution here, as I have read some nightmare DIY restoration stories. Can anyone offer advice? I can source materials and products in France or the UK. A huge thanks in advance.