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THREE GLASS ROLLING PINS.  American, 20th
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THREE GLASS ROLLING PINS. American, 20th century. Two Cambridge, Ohio Imperial Manufacturing Company milk glass with wooden handles, 19.25"l. and 19"l.,...


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