Custom Die Struck Pins
Crafting beautiful and lasting pieces of art, die-struck pins are created by expertly striking precious or standard metals against a solid form - creating an intricate impression that is both bold and elegant. The result? An eye-catching creation made with dense material to ensure durability for years to come!
What are die struck pins?
Unlike cast pins where a design is created from zinc or pewter. Manufactured with a custom die using your design. We stamp our pins into bronze, brass, copper or iron metal. Striking a logo into metal creates a recessed area where the color is added. In some cases, recessed areas are sandblasted to create a two-tone metal-look. With so many different occasions to choose from, die struck pins are the perfect gift for any employee recognition program. They can be used as a way of honoring academic achievement or showing team pride and they'll even work well in some cases when you want something more personal with your company's logo on it!
Custom shapes, plating and made from solid metal
Our custom die-struck pins make any accessory stand out! Our skilled artisans craft the finest metal into intricate designs, then add a gleaming finish of gold, silver, or copper. So whether you're looking for stylish service badges or statement-making accessories - we've got your back! Take a peek at our other styles to find the perfect addition to your project today. Adding color to your logo
Create your own special design with a Die struck Lapel Pin! Our custom dies are crafted using either copper or brass to create the perfect impression that you envision. With our 2,000 year-old glass color option called Cloisonne and various gold, silver, copper and precious metal plating finishes available - make it one of a kind today!
Die Struck vs Cast
Die-striking and casting are two precision techniques that can transform a flat metal sheet into something truly special. With die-striking, an impression of the design is made by pressing metals like brass or iron against a steel mold; while with casting intricate details such as cutouts and double-sided logos come to life by pouring material onto the crafted mold. Together they create lasting impressions!
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We have a wide selection of lapel pins, from soft enamel and hard-enamel. We offer the most popular styles in our gallery for you to choose from.
Ordering is Easy!
- The first step is to select the size.
- Next, select the color style. Choose between soft and hard enamel.
- After you choose the size and color, choosing the shape and finish is the next step. Plating options include shiny gold, silver, copper, bronze, pewter, or antique and satan. They can be made from bronze, iron and copper base metals.
We offer 3D Sculpting
Bring your ideas to life with our 3D die-struck lapel pins, made in the USA. With quick turnaround times and a range of options like engraving, gemstones, deluxe clutches and real gold plating – all available in any size or shape - you can create an elegant design that stands out from the crowd. Our 2D logos provide unparalleled levels of precision for crystal clear reproductions of your logo.
Here are a few style options to choose from:
- No Enamel: Usually made in an antique or with shiny metal and recessed sandblast-look.
- Soft Enamel: Color is recessed and epoxy can be added for a smooth finish. We use the Pantone color chart for selecting colors.
- Hard Enamel: Smooth to the touch and resembles cloisonné.
Plating Options Include:
- Shiny Plating: Gold, silver or copper plating.
- Antique Plating: A great option for 3D pins.
Antiqued by hand, our die-struck pins can also have color added into the recessed areas, making them a great choice for highly detailed logos. Die-struck antique lapel pins are the right choice for showing the details not normally revealed by other styles, especially when your design includes an animal, face or a vehicle. Our artists can add a light, medium or dark finish to this style, as well as add texture to the recessed areas to create a more three-dimensional appearance ( 3D ).