Make do and mend! People share their ancient household items that have withstood the test of time – including an 100-year-old sewing machine and fridge from the 1940s
- Social media users shared items that have stood the test of time in their house
- Online gallery collated by BoredPanda includes a working camera from 1953
- Features original GameBoy which still works and over 100-year-old coffee maker
People from around the world have shared the durable household items which have withstood the test of time.
The pictures include an 100-year-old Singer sewing machine, a fully functioning fridge from the 1940s, a working original GameBoy and a Kitchenaid mixer from the 1970s.
Here, FEMAIL reveals the items that will make you think twice before throwing something away.
A stitch in time! This user, from the US, shared picture of their Singer sewing machine which works perfectly despite being 100-years-old
Blast from the past! This user, from the US, shared a picture of his ‘World War Two-era’ tabletop fan which still has pride of place in his home
Ice age! This user, from the US, shared a picture of their grandmother’s fridge, also from the 1940s, which they say works without a hitch
Retro! One user shared a picture of his original GameBoy which still works with their original Nintendo games
A snapshot in time! This user, from an unknown location, shared a 1953 camera which their grandfather bought for 100 dollars
Keep grinding! This coffee maker is over 117-years-old and was made by car manufacturer Peugeot
Toy History! This user, from Arizona, shared a picture of their 25-year-old Fisher price toy car set
Stirring up some memories! This user, from the US, found a $35 Kitchenaid Mixer from the 1970s which they revamped with a lick of paint
Sound of nostalgia! This 39-year-old user shared a picture of the radio which used to wake him up when he was nine