A tea book I didn't have, a Depression glass plate and a teacup-and-teapot lapel pin are some of my recent junkin' finds.
The book is "Tea and Inspiration" by Mary Pielenz Hampton, which I was happy to add to my tea library for just $4. This book appears to be a combination cookbook and devotional book, and I'm looking forward to both reading it and cooking with it. Some of the recipes include Leek and Bacon Knots, Milk and Honey Bread, and a Summer Pudding I can't wait to make when my parents' blueberries come in!
These two other finds were really my mom's finds. She found this Waterford Waffle pattern Depression glass plate for me at a yard sale for 25 cents!
And I don't know what she paid for this cute plastic lapel pin, but I'm sure it was about the same. Several years ago I saw this pin listed on eBay for weeks for $125, and I always wondered if the seller had misplaced the decimal point. (It did not sell for that price, as you might expect.) Have you had any good junkin' or antiquin' finds lately? If so, please share!