revo b33 wall bracket
The REVO B33 was one of the company's most popular corner brackets (presumably because it was the
only one pictured in their catalogue). It comprised of a C2506 base plate with a 21½" projected ½"
gas pipe with two sets of wrought iron scrollwork.
It was a popular choice in Cambridge city centre where examples can still be found on the streets today.
This example was originally installed as a parish street light somewhere in Northamptonshire.
Darren removed it in 2008. Apparently it was mounted to a telegraph pole - quite a feat considering it was designed for
wall corner mounting.
Rust has built up between the two wrought iron scrolls and pushed them apart - this is a common problem with these brackets. Other than
that, it's in relatively good condition.
The lantern is a REVO C1068 lantern.