Hard enamel pins designed by professional in-house artists.
Hard Enamel lapel pins are sleek, accurate, and timeless. They provide a smooth glassy finish and the highest quality look for your design. They offer incredible detail, so your design won't suffer!
Perfect for logos, clubs, or emblems.
Custom pins are a simple but effective product. They are extremely versatile and adaptable, with a variety of uses that are only limited by your imagination.
Our pins are struck from the highest quality metal to ensure a beautiful, classy, and durable product.
There are several different kinds of printing processes and it can be overwhelming to do the research and know what best fits your design. That’s why we work with you every step of the way to ensure you’ll love the final product.
Enamel pins are great for:
- Sporting events
- Fundraising campaigns
- … and so much more!
What production method should I choose?
Most custom pin designs can be made into soft enamel pins, but this process often works best with designs that have minimal lines and clearly defined areas of color. These details are important because the colored areas sit slightly recessed, below the metal separations. If you’re not sure which type of pin to choose, don’t worry! Just ask, and we can provide suggestions from our experienced team.
Get started today. Get started with a free quote.
Simply describe your design and select some basic options. We'll handle the rest.
Select from a variety of pin styles, from soft enamel to die struck.
What is a Hard Enamel pin?
Hard Enamel pins offer a classy look with fast production time. This style of custom lapel pin is made with raised and recessed metal areas. Also known as cloisonné pins, hard enamel lapel pins are true jewelry grade products and are often considered collectibles. They are unmatched in quality.
The art of cloisonné uses "frit," glass crushed to a powder and mixed with water to create a paste, to fill the recessed areas in your design. The frit is added to the design, similar to a paint by number process. The pins are then baked to melt the frit, which flows smoothly and fills all the empty space. Baking the pin at these temperatures hardens the frit and this is where the term "hard enamel" comes from. These pins are polished, classy, and perfect for a variety of uses.