time worn

See: antique
References in classic literature ?
"Prithee, Partridge, wast thou ever susceptible of love in thy life, or hath time worn away all the traces of it from thy memory?" "Alack-a-day!" cries Partridge, "well would it have been for me if I had never known what love was.
The 26-year-old American pop diva had at that time worn a traditional Thai headdress and a bikini and sat on a motorcycle with a Thai flag tied to it.
The time worn RAF service maxim "Extract the digit" surely applies.
When I started at work, the then 'old timers' were the last ones to don a bowler hat, and there was even a brown one seen from time to time worn by a certain surveyor.
For example, she has had to convince some clients not to replace time worn but charming things like antique wooden baskets with store-bought plastics.