Enamel Pin Manufacturer
Let us help you choose the best way to enhance your logo. We’ll work with you to create custom pins that help you stand out—at a reasonable price. At the Monterey Company, we manufacture lapel pins in just days that are specially tailored just for you. Whether you need them for an event, as employee thank yous or for brand marketing, we’ll work together to bring your vision to life.
The Best Enamel Pin Maker & Manufacturer
We specialize in making pins with your logo. At the Monterey Company, we have been perfecting our craft for nearly 30 years, and specialize in being an enamel pin manufacturer from your ideas and sketches. Our talented team will create artistic and unique logos that are custom for your particular project. We’ll walk you through the whole process—from creating your artwork, to how our products are made, to a quick production timeline. Send us your sketch and let us help you create the perfect design.
As a pin maker, our main process is to die-strike your logo into a brass base. From there, we fill in the details and colors with soft or hard enameling or cloisonne. If your image distinct detailing, we also make zinc casting and pewter—this helps small cut-outs or 3D detailing come to life.
Crafting Custom Pins Since 1989
With three decades of experience, we’re experts at creating your custom pins. We start the process by creating a proof from your initial idea. From there, we’ll create and send you several samples so you can see the difference in all of our styles, from die-struck to cast. Our team knows all of the right questions to ask to make sure your final art is exactly what you’re looking for.
Our goal is to make pins that you’re proud of, and it’s important to us that you’re satisfied with your experience. At the Monterey Company, we put our customers first. That’s why we prioritize creating our products quickly and sustainably—for happy customers, each and every time.
We Manufacture Many Types of Pins
As an enamel pin manufacturer, we can recreate any logo as a die-struck or cast design. All of our products are made from the highest quality materials, including the finish. We also make gold and silver plating, along with antique finishes, so that your pin looks exactly like you imagined.
Be sure to request a free proof so you can see how your final artwork looks before we begin production. We work hard to make sure our production times are fast and efficient and production takes about 10 days to manufacture—though they can vary depending on the style and finishes you choose. We also make rush services on our Photodome styles. The manufacturing process is done completely in the United State, and we can create full-color pins in as little as three days.
Get started with your proof today by requesting a quote from our team. Our talented customer service representatives will reach out to you and help you begin the fun and exciting process.
Hard or Soft Enamel Pins?
One of the questions we get asked most often is, “What is the difference between hard and soft enamel?” While both styles are made through a die-striking process, there are a few important distinctions. Soft enamel has recessed color, while hard enamel is smooth to the touch and the metal and colors are all on the same level. Either of these styles can be made with gold, silver, or copper metal or antique finishes.
Traditionally, hard enamel is thought to be more expensive because of the smooth look and feel of the final art and also its resistance to scratching. The two styles are also similar in a lot of ways. They can be finished using the same metals or antiquing, and both styles have metal borders to separate each different color. Color matching for any logo can be done using either style. Contact our team today, and they will help you pick which finish is right for your budget.
How To Pick The Right Style
We make many different types of customized lapel pin styles, and we offer gold, silver, copper and antique plating finishes. We create our final designs using the following methods:
- We offer two different types of enamel that can come in a textured style or a finish that is smooth to the touch.
- Cloisonne: This is a 2000-year-old enameling technique that creates a final pin that is smooth to the touch. Unlike with hard and soft enamel, cloisonne comes in a limited range of colors.
- Casting: This approach is a great option if you are looking for a pin that is three-dimensional or has many small cut-outs.
- Printing: This technique is a perfect choice if you need your order quickly—it’s the style we can produce the fastest.
What Are The Top 5 Questions To Ask When Ordering?
When you’re thinking about the style, consider if you want your design to look embossed or smooth. This will help you decide which technique to use. Die-striking can have either recessed color or color that is on the same level as the metal. You can add textures to the recessed areas as well to create dimension for your logo, or you can also add textures to any raised metal areas.
And no need to worry about special shapes or sizes—as an experienced lapel pin manufacturer, we can customize your creation, no matter the size or dimensions.
I worked with this company to bring my pin design to life. Eric, one of the representatives, worked with me to make a manufactured design that they could use to construct my pin. They not only brought my logo to life, but they were also able to fulfill some of my requests; such as place holders for the Swarovski crystals I use in the pin. I am so happy with the pin and can't wait to make more with Monterey. ~ Chrissy
Wonderful experience working with you!
“I just wanted to send you an emailing thanking you for your patience with me on designing/ordering the Miller-Davis years of service pins. They arrived today and I love them. I had a wonderful experience working with Monterey Co. and look forward to the opportunity to do it again. Again, thank you. Thank you,”
Getting Started Is Easy
Let us help you find exactly what you’re looking for. Our talented staff will walk you through every step from sketch to proof, to samples and shipping. Get in touch today to get your free quote and discuss your project with one of our staff members.