Custom Gold Pins
Our gold pins have a jewelry-like appearance and are the top choice for those customers looking for an elegant pin, plated in gold before being polished by hand.
Looking for gold pins with your logo?
Custom gold lapel pins elevate your style with a home run combination of polished elegance and artful expression. A sandblasted two-tone look creates subtle contrast or bring vibrancy to the design through richly colored enamel highlights, while gemstones add an upscale sparkle and deluxe fasteners guarantee secure placement. Go for gold - make your statement unique!Gold Pins With Enamel Colors
Reward your team with something meaningful and timeless! Gold pins are the perfect way to say 'thank you' in a lasting, special way. Showing appreciation motivates employees and volunteers alike - it's an investment that will pay off for current success as well has future achievements within any organization or business. Our customized pins come available in solid gold as well 24k gold plating options for added elegance.
Adding Enamel Colors
- We can add up to ten logo colors
- We offer pms color matching
- enamel colors are separated by a metal line
Gold Pins Are The Perfect Award
Show your employees some appreciation with the gift of a customized pin! These small tokens are more than just trinkets-- they can be powerful reminders that their impact is seen and celebrated, boosting both motivation and morale in any workplace. Let them proudly display what makes working for you meaningful: whether it's helping people or making a difference in the world, show them how much you value their presence on your team by recognizing all they do.
How are gold pins made?
We double strike each custom design into solid metal for the highest level of relief and detailing, then plated in one of our many finishes, including antique or shiny. Plated and hand-polished with attention and care.
What is the production time?
Normal production time is ten working days. We can usually accommodate rush jobs for an additional charge. We do recommend ordering pre-production samples when adding gemstones to your design.
Why should I order from Us?
Our customers receive the best quality products at the best prices, with Monterey Company taking care of all of the design and artwork at no charge. With fast production times and low minimums, our clients also work with a dedicated account manager.
Handcrafted for your special event and designed with any logo or image of your choice. Using high-quality metal and material, they are easy to cherish for years and the creation process is simple! All that the first step entails is an idea. Whether celebrating an accomplishment, performance or feat, engraving your pins with a custom design gives them an individual and genuine feel. From here, our artists will create a pin concept and send you a design to approve. Next, we will fill your order with as many as requested and send them to you for your anniversary or award.
What are the different types of gold?
You’ve likely heard of karats (k) when referring to how valuable and pure a certain piece of gold is.
Gold has been prized for its beauty, malleability and rarity since ancient times. Forged into elegant jewelry pieces with alloys like copper, silver zinc or nickel added to make it wearable on a daily basis. 18k gold is composed of 75% pure precious metal while 14k boasts 58%, 10k offers 42%. Each part represents 24 of the quality scale – from 100% in their purest form down!
14k vs 18k
Before you dive in on the advantages and disadvantages of each type of gold, you may want to consider the difference between 14K and 24k gold, and what goes into determining the right gold option for you.
What’s the difference between 18k and 24k gold?24k gold is pure gold, whereas 18k gold is 75% gold and 25% alloyed metals. Both are valuable and desired, but 24k gold is naturally valuable for its purity. 18k is often used in jewelry as it is durable yet still valuable. Pure gold is not typically used in jewelry that is affected by daily wear (such as rings and bracelets) because it is too soft and prone to scratching. However, there are many jewelry pieces that are less affected by routine use, such as charms, lapel pins, and other small pieces.
Which gold is better? 18k or 24k?
Both 18k gold and 24k gold are valuable and desirable. Of course, 24k gold is 100% gold, so it is naturally more valuable from a monetary perspective. However, 24k gold is less durable for long-term use than 18k gold since it does not contain any extra alloyed metals that help strengthen it. So collectors and investors in gold would find 24k gold more valuable, but someone who is looking for an engagement ring would prefer an 18k piece, as it’s more likely to last a lifetime of daily use.
24k gold is vivid and bright yellow in color. Since 24k gold is pure gold, it is valuable for investors and collectors. Gold is a commodity that trades based on supply and demand. While the price of gold can rise and fall in the short term, it has always maintained its value over time.
Why Choose 18k Gold vs 14K?
18k gold is made up of 75% gold and 25% alloy. 18k gold is usually the purest form of gold we see used for rings, bracelets, and other wearable jewelry.
However, since 18k gold is so pure, it scratches more easily than gold that is less pure. Also, because of its high quality and wearability, it has a higher price point than other types of gold.
14k gold is made up of 58.3% gold and 41.7% alloy. 14k gold is the most popular gold for rings and other wearable jewelry in the United States. Rings and other jewelry made using 14k gold are both more durable and more cost-friendly than those made with 18k gold.
Sometimes, 14k gold may trigger skin allergies since it has a higher alloy content than 18k gold. So those allergic to copper, zinc, nickel, silver or iron should take this into consideration when purchasing a 14k gold piece.
Advantages of 10k Gold
10k gold is made up of 41.7% gold and 58.3% alloy. It is the most impure gold can be while remaining legally “gold” in the US and other countries. But, its high alloy content means that it is also the most durable and affordable form of gold used in jewelry. Aesthetically, 10k gold is significantly less rich in tone than 14k or 18k gold. And, like other types of gold mixed with alloys, it has a risk of causing skin irritation if the wearer is allergic to certain metals since it is made up of ~58% “other” materials.
Gold Filling is created by joining a base metal with real gold through a heat process or a pneumatic pressure process. Gold-filled jewelry is measured by fractional weight.
1/10 Gold filled has a total weight of 10% real gold.
1/20 Gold filled has a total weight of 5% real gold.