What manufacturing process is used to create Hard Enamel Pins? Hard enamel lapel pins are die struck into metal and the color is on the same level with the surrounding metal making these pins smooth to the touch. The metal used to create these pins will vary. Base metals used include brass, bronze and copper. The final step in creating these pins is plating in either a shiny or antique finish.
High quality hard enamel lapel pins?
Hard enamel pins are made as an alternative to cloisonne pins (an ancient technique of enameling). The new method of creating hard enameled pins uses PMS color matching, giving these custom pins more versatility and brilliance than the cloisonné method. It’s not just the most durable finished lapel pin that we produce, it’s also by far the most popular choice for custom lapel pins due to the beauty of the finished product. Hard enamel pins are made to resemble cloisonne and are smooth to the touch where the metal and color are on the same level. Plated in any of our standard plating finishes. Feel free to request a quote on custom packaging. We offer velveteen or plastic boxes that can really enhance the value of your design.