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Discussion Forum

Old straight back farm chair 10 Replies

Started by Molly. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera 2 hours ago.

Asian ladies playing golf 15 Replies

Started by Molly. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera 2 hours ago.

Remington Piece 8 Replies

Started by Beverly Frick. Last reply by Michael 8 hours ago.

Identification of primitive metal molds or ornaments? 18 Replies

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Hallmark Thanksgiving Poem 3 Replies

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Red S Chair 7 Replies

Started by Linda B. Kaplan. Last reply by Linda B. Kaplan on Thursday.

Porcelain mark identification 3 Replies

Started by Rochelle. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera Nov 14.

Can anyone identify this bottle? 13 Replies

Started by Christine Sabol. Last reply by Molly Nov 14.

Anyone read Chinese on these pictures of Spade Coins? 10 Replies

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Japanese porcelain marks help 6 Replies

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Thomas Edison 5 Replies

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Wooden Mallard duck filled with domino's 1 Reply

Started by Beverly Frick. Last reply by Michael Nov 12.

MARDI GRAS 1985 11 Replies

Started by Molly. Last reply by Molly Nov 12.

Carved pumice figure any advice please 7 Replies

Started by Rochelle. Last reply by Rochelle Nov 10.

Car Magazines from 1940's, 1950's, etc-where to sell, how to price? 5 Replies

Started by G Brewer. Last reply by G Brewer Nov 9.

Old religious print sermon on the mount h. Hofman 10 Replies

Started by Rochelle. Last reply by vicki hufstetler Nov 9.

queens beasts figures 21 Replies

Started by rose eckersley. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera Nov 8.

Identify my pottery possibly Acoma Pueblo Native American Indian 8 Replies

Started by Rochelle. Last reply by Molly Nov 8.

Price Pippette Lighter 17 Replies

Started by Lloyd Levine. Last reply by Molly Nov 5.

old cards 6 Replies

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Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on July 18, 2018 at 11:23am

Gerri, what if it doesn't spell Galully? Notice the double L's, how goofy it looks. Could that be an X?  Might then spell Galaxys. Well I checked it out and quite a bunch of jewelry came up, including this shop on Etsy. 

Owner has been in business over 30 years. She recycles spoons and paints faces similar to yours plus jeweled decorations. She lists a bunch of Ohio galleries where her designs are sold,plus her Etsy store, Lizone's Jewelry. The one in the link is a spoon face made into a cuff and is listed for $19.89.

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on July 18, 2018 at 2:53am

Diane you are in the Comment Wall. Your post belongs in the Discussion section above. Click +Add a Discussion. Read posting instructions.

Comment by Diane Simmons on July 17, 2018 at 8:21pm

Don't know much about EAPG. What is this pattern and who. Thanks!

Comment by Gerri Knowlan on July 16, 2018 at 10:23pm

Thank you both for taking the time to write these wonderful comments —  certainly something to think about.  Vicki, I’m going to check out the jewelry website.   Tom, thank you for your interesting observations,especially the Galullys name. I’ll have to do more research.

Warmest regards,


Comment by vicki hufstetler on July 16, 2018 at 6:45pm

Hi Gerri, First I'd like to let you know there is a nice jewelry group here on IAO, if you have other things you would like to post.

Second, I'm fairly certain what you have there is a "One Of/One Off" being that this pin was likely done by a Crafter/Hobbyist in Georgia, possibly? This type of jewelry was made by hobbyist's and crafty type folks for what was a popular thing -  The craft show! Craft Shows were held all over USA, starting in the mid 1980's and continuing till early in the 2000's (if memory serves). Some are still held annually so that creative people of all sorts can share their creations with the general public, and sell their items. Sometimes they do so for a fundraiser for schools, and the like. 

So it's very unlikely that you will be able to ID whomever did make your pretty pin. That is, unless that person still has a business with the same or similar name. You could try Etsy or Ebay. Good Luck and let us know!

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on July 15, 2018 at 8:23pm

In researching I find a lot of  misspelled words.  They say "lully" when they mean "fully". This complicates research.

The signature actually says galullys, or ga lullys,or simply lullys. If that was somebody's name it would not be plural and would simply say, ga lully.  Being plural, it means it was purchased at "Lullys", the name of the store where it was sold. Which means the pin or brooch is not signed.

Lastly if I created a pretty brooch I would not sign it with a black felt tip marker with indelible ink that will transfer, when worn, from the brooch to the blouse or wedding dress, etc.

These are my observations; I'll withhold my opinions.

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on July 15, 2018 at 7:33pm

Gerri, I am unable to find any jewelry signed "galullys" 93, or w/o the 93. Lully is a surname, also Luly.  I also found a "GA: Lully" and a JC Lully, but no jewelry, pin or brooch makers.

Comment by Gerri Knowlan on July 15, 2018 at 12:42pm

Here is a second picture of the harlequin pin.

Comment by Gerri Knowlan on July 15, 2018 at 12:39pm

In 1993, a former boss in Pittsburgh PA gave me a miniature harlequin pin and it was signed on the back by "galully93" not very legible, but as close as I can see.  Dimensions are 1.25"x3".  Does anyone have any information on this lovely pin?

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on June 30, 2018 at 11:30am

Molly, my answer about valuable Coke bottles was brief. There are exceptions of course.Some Coke btls are worth 4 figures! And some straight sided brown Coke btls are fake, repros,worthless. There is an abundance of info available on-line.  Those bottles described earlier by me are worth in the $40-60. range. Condition matters.


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