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Perfect and useful for your kitchen table! You can put your items on it and it spins around on the base(lazy susan).

Hand painted to look like a citrus orange slice!

-15.75" diameter.
-made out of wood.
-hand painted with acrylic paints.
-sealed with a clear satin finish.
-handmade charm.
-bright and cheerful orange.
-use for your kitchen table, office, cosmetics, art supplies, etc.


It is believed that Thomas Jefferson invented the lazy Susan in the 18th century, though they were referred to as dumbwaiters at that time.
It is said that Jefferson invented the lazy Susan because his daughter complained she was always served last at the table and, as a result, never found herself full when leaving the table.

Others believe that Thomas Edison was the inventor, as he is believed to have invented the turntable for his phonograph, which later evolved into the lazy Susan.

Regardless of who invented it, it wasn’t until 1917 that the term lazy Susan was coined by Vanity Fair in an advertisement for the invention.

The reasoning behind the name lazy Susan remains a mystery.
One theory is that it was named after either Jefferson’s or Edison’s daughter, both of whom were named Susan.

Carefully wrapped and delivered to you US Postal Service with tracking number.

Copyright Koni Frazer 2011.

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Luscious citrus orange slice hand painted Lazy Susan


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wood lazy susan, acrylic paints, sealer
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 107 reviews
  • Favorited by: 116 people