Davies, Bryer, and Company (fl. 1866 – 1872) was an English, London based, map engraving firm active in the middle part of the 19th century. The partnership consisted of 'Davies' who may or may not be the prominent map engraver Benjamin Rees Davies (1789 -1872) and Frederick Bryer (1840 – 1919). The firm was contracted by the British Admiralty Hydrographic Office to engrave several important nautical charts in the 1860s and 70s. The partnership appears to have dissolved around 1872 and, although both publishers continued to engrave charts independently, no later charts bear the Davies, Bryer and Company imprint.