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This 4-inch-high Holly pattern spooner just sold for an extraordinary $25,000. Why? It is made of Rose Agate, a pinkish experimental glass made in 1903 by the Indiana Tumbler and Goblet Works of Greentown, Indiana. The spooner is one of only two Rose Agate pieces known. Before any more pieces could be made, the factory burned down and Rose Agate was never made again. ...

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