Share dishes and drinks easily with the Toast to Life Decorative Tabletop Lazy Susan. The piece is strong, holds a considerable amount at 14 inches in diameter and is adorned with happy art work and words of wine and celebration. Enjoy this Lazy Susan on your table covered with dishes during the meal and drinks but free from food for viewing when the dinner is over. It is solid on a tabletop and could easily hold and spin bottles of wine as well as food.
Tales of origin from WiseGEEK.com tell us: “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, this clever invention continues to be useful and appreciated on tabletops today.
The artist is Sharon Feldstein. Sharon blends her love for calligraphy and color to create artful products for the home that are cheerful and unpretentious.
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- Format: Lazy Susan
- Name: Toast to Life Decorative Tabletop Lazy Susan
- Materials: wood composite, canvas, metal, plastic – all food safe
- Measurements: 14″ diameter
- Seasonality: Everyday
- Sentiment: A toast to life May your troubles be less and your blessings be more and nothing but happiness come through your door.
- Wipe with Damp Cloth
High quality, smooth and easy to turn, fine craftsmanship and art work, on 14″ Toast to Life Decorative Tabletop Lazy Susan.