P.E. Clark and Sons Pty. Ltd. was established by Percival Ernest Clark during the great depression in 1930.

Throughout those years and with the outbreak of World War 2  the business expanded, principally due to maintenance work commissioned by local estate agents. At the end of the war Percivals sons joined the family business as apprentices:

  • Russell Ernest Clark 
  • Norman Albert Clark 
  • Henry William Clark 

After Percival died in 1959, the business continued to expand under the direction of Norman and Russell which resulted in various relocations within the St. George area.

In the late 1960s it was decided to concentrate on furniture restoration and the contract painting was phased out completely during the seventies. We relocated to our present premises in Arncliffe in 1975 and by the end of that decade Norman and Russell had retired, with Normans eldest son taking over the role as Managing Director of our company.

From the early seventies and up to the present day our company has extended its wealth of experience and knowledge in the restoration and refurbishment of fine furniture. To compliment the business an upholstery division was established in the early 80s to provide a more comprehensive service.

Today we are a unique business with acknowledged eminence in restoring and refurbishing furniture. Our skilled staff are servicing an ever increasing clientele with the same pride and excellence instilled by Percival.