c. 1844 - founded by Samuel Summers Drew (d. 1914?)
known for bags, cases, trunks and other leather goods and later silverware.
1887-1914 - based at 33 Piccadilly Circus when they moved to premises in Regent Street. First entered a silver mark January 27 in London. Pieces often stamped 'Drew & Sons Piccadilly Circus'
1888-1914 - also had premises at 156 Leadenhall Street, London EC
1894- also at Kings Road in Brighton.
1900 - Samuel Summers Drew and Ernest Drew were listed as gold and silver workers, at 33 Piccadilly Circus, London, W and 156 Leadenhall Street, London, EC.
1903 - listed as Drew & Sons
1914 - moved to premises in Regent Street, London. Ernest and John Summers Drew entered their own silver mark
1928 - incorporated as a Limited company
c. 1935 - still active In business.