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Holly Amber glass, also called Golden Agate, was made by the Indiana Tumbler and Goblet Co. of Greentown, Ind., for six months in 1903. The rare pressed glass has a border of holly leaves. A record price, $9,500, was paid in September 2012 for a toothpick holder on a pedestal stem. See more information on Holly Amber and its prices.

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Photo: Holly Amber vase shown sold at Brunk Auctions



#1 holly amber glassJJJ 2012-11-14 19:53
Why was Holly Amber Glass made for such
a short period of time? Did any other Glass
Companies make this glass?

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