It’s on the underside of our cabinet in the house we recently bought, built in the ’70s. Any ideas what it could be?

The under-cabinet jar opener is a practical innovation from the 1970s that can be found tucked away beneath the kitchen cabinet.

The old-fashioned can opener shows how strong and easy things used to be. Just place the lid between the teeth and turn to open.

The seal releases with a pleasing pop, a sound that has been heard in family kitchens for many years. This tool has endured changing fashions, silently observing the meals and cherished moments shared around the kitchen counter.

It’s a piece of history, lasting and consistently easy, acting as a connection between the independent past and our contemporary, fast-moving society.

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