lazy susan bypinch

Turntable organizer

Lazy Susan is.....

STORAGE SOLUTIONS wooden Round Table top resolves storage space, maximizes cabinet space and keeps kitchen organized and tidy.

DURABLE Made of natural solid recycle Alder wood, eco-friendly and premium quality. If cared properly, it can last in your kitchen for a long time.

ADAPTABLE perfect for organizing items everywhere in your home like your kitchen, dinning room, living room or even your bedroom.

FUNCTIONAL you can keep salt, pepper, seasonings, napkins, and more within easy reach, with its 360° Rotatable Design Ensures efficiency

Lazy Susan History

A lazy Susan is a turntable placed on a table or counter-top to aid in distributing food. Lazy Susan may be made from a variety of materials but are usually glass, wood, or plastic. They are circular and placed in the center of a table to share dishes easily among diners. The earliest forms I know of are from the 1720s and 1730s England. Many were pedestal tables with rotating tops used for wine and tea tasting.

Many people claim that Thomas Jefferson invented it (or at least popularized it in America). He brought the concept of the “dumb waiter” to Monticello following a trip to France.

Today, some call the Lazy Susan a dumbwaiter (especially in Britain). It serves many of the same purposes and is a spin-off of this functional piece of furniture. Others attributed the name to another Thomas: Edison. After all, he was the mastermind behind the phonograph, introduced in 1877, and its spinning turntable.

The term “Lazy Susan” debuted in the press in the early 20th-century. In The Boston Journal in 1903, Scottish carpenter John B. Laurie became the “resuscitator of Lazy Susan.

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