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The use of the Lazy Susan can be traced back to the 18th century but it was not until 1906 that it first appeared in writing in a Good Housekeeping magazine article. You are most likely to see a Lazy Susan in a Chinese restaurant or in kitchen corner cabinets where shelves rotate on a vertical axis. How, when, and who invented the Lazy Susan remains a mystery but there are several speculations. One is that Thomas Edison invented it; the second is that Thomas Jefferson invented it. In both cases it is suggested that both named it a Lazy Susan as they each had a lazy daughter named Susan. However, there is no actual proof to either story. During the 18th century in England, when the use of servants declined, many people turned to the Lazy Susan to aid them in reaching what they wanted on the table without having to interrupt whomever was speaking with a “please pass the …” - historians have accredited this third story to be absolutely factual. Keep your eye out for a rare lazy Susan as one made in 1780 from Mahogany wood sold at auction in 2010 for roughly $3,900!

This Lazy Susan is so vintage that it is absolutely adorable! It is made of wood, painted a golden yellow, and adorned with creamy white Daisy flowers on top. Created by artist Marcia Allee this Lazy Susan would make a remarkable addition to a sweet and vintage home. The overall condition of this piece is great as there is minimal wear given its age and only has a few minor nicks. Please see pictures.

12round x 2H
Weighs 1lb 12.2oz

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