Thames Ditton Foundry
of Thames Ditton, Surrey
Art foundry, famous for bronze sculptures.
In 1902, the foundry came under the sole control of Arthur Brian Burton (1860-1933), following the death of his partner, Arthur John Hollinshead. Previous proprietors: Cox and Sons (1874-80), Drew & Co (1880-82), Moore & Co (1882-97) and Hollinshead and Burton (1897-1902).
A great deal of information about the foundry's history, products, and people is available online 
1912 Produced the enormous sculpture 'Quadriga', located on the Wellington Arch, Hyde Park Corner, London, designed by Adrian Jones 
Sources of Information
-  National Portrait Gallery: British bronze sculpture founders and plaster figure makers, 1800-1980 - B
-  National Portrait Gallery: British bronze sculpture founders and plaster figure makers, 1800-1980 - T
-  Rupert Harris Conservation Ltd webpage describing the conservation of Quadriga, and its history