What Is The Difference Between Hard And Soft Enamel Lapel Pins
This is one of our most frequently asked questions. While both styles are made by die-striking, the difference is that soft enamel has recessed color and hard enamel is smooth to the touch and the metal and color are on the same level. All of our lapel pins can be made in gold, silver or copper plating.
Hard enamel pins have a higher perceived value because of the smooth feel and look of the style. Hard enamel is also more resistant to scratches. Both styles can be plated in any finish including gold, silver, copper and antique finishes. Both styles have metal borders separating out each color. Color matching any logo can be done using either style.
We Design Lapel Pins In Days!
It’s important to us that you are satisfied with your experience with us. We start by working with you on your design by creating a proof. Next, we can send you samples so you can see the difference in pin styles including our die struck lapel pins.
Our sales team will ask you just the right questions and offer helpful design advice. Above all, we look forward to creating lapel pins that you would love to hand out and tell your friends about. To get started, please request a quote or feel free to give us a call!
Wondering how to get lapel pins made?
Looking for a small order of lapel pins or pins in bulk? We can design a lapel pin in days. We source our enamels and metals in a sustainable and eco-friendly way. Getting custom pins made for your business or an event starts with requesting a price quote. We look forward to hearing from you!