What's the oldest item you own that still gets regular use?

Houses don't count for the purposes of this question, though cars do. I'm looking for personal property.

Additionally, if your oldest item was previously owned by someone else for an extended period of time, what's the oldest item you bought or received new?

Also, if either item sat in storage more than half of its lifespan, was there an item that has seen more continuous use?


@urusan Previously owned: probably an old ceramic door knob that my mum used to use as a base to hold incense sticks, I got it from her about 20ish years ago now and it still makes up part of my altar setup.

New: a Leatherman Wave I got when I was working before going to Uni, its probably 23 years old now and still gets use although it has a lot of dings in the tools.

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