When both items and people age well, it tends to impress us on a level that may surprise even ourselves.
It makes a kind of sense in terms of people as those who navigated the years with grace give us hope for our own uncertain futures. However, it's a little stranger with common objects because it feels like it shouldn't matter when an old tool manages to hold up well over time.
Yet it only takes a brief look at how many things don't make it that far to realize the things that are built to last are impressive in their own right.
Otherwise, they'd likely turn out like the items we're about to see.