Likely the explanation of the term Lazy Susan, and whoever Susan was, has been lost to history. Folk etymologies claim it was designed and made as an American invention. Lazy Susan's are a true rustic centerpiece for that special table. We are not reinventing the Lazy Susan, just jazzing it up a notch.
Whether its in your cabin, lake home, or residence, it is sure to make an impression. They are made from Basswood and have a live edge. This is another way of saying there is bark around the sides. Approximately 5/8" thick and between 9" to 12" wide, they are an awesome centerpiece which is also great for holding condiments. They are not perfectly round, thus adding to their charm.
There is a 4' ball bearing spinner on the underside rated for 200 lbs.