IMAGES FOR REAL CONFIRM.
IMAGES ARE PART OF THE DESCRIPTION.
THE SILVER PRESENTS PLATED METAL EROSION.
ELECTRIFICATION MUST BE REVIEWED.
CARVED AND DECORATED GLASS ETCHED.
1809 Company founded as Richard Evered and Son.
1869 London office established in Drury Lane.
1884 The company was registered on 14 August, to take over the business of Richard Evered and Co, brass and iron founders. 
1896/7 Directory: Advertiser.
1851 Exhibited at the Great Exhibition at Crystal Palace.
1914 Brassfounders, Bedstead Makers and Tube Drawers. Specialities: Gas Light and Water Fittings, Electric Light Fittings and Electric Bells, Cabinet Brassfoundry of every description, Metallic Bedsteads, Cots and Wire Mattresses, Brass and Copper Tubes, Rolled Metals etc. Employees 1,000.
1922 Private company
1937 Company made public.
1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Temperature Measuring Instruments, including Indicating Pyrometers, Temperature Recorders, Automatic Temperature Controllers for Gas, Oil, Electric Furnaces, Molten Metal Pyrometers, Surface Contact Pyrometers, Optical Radiation Pyrometers, Moving-Coil Galvanometers, Thermometers. (Stand Nos. Cb817 and Cb.716)
1961 Manufacturers of brass and copper tubes, rolled metals, gas and water fittings, plastic mouldings, metal bedsteads and hot brass stampings. 1,000 employees.
By 1970 was known as Evered and Co Holding