Custom Hard Enamel Pins
Custom Hard Enamel Lapel Pins
There are two ways to add paint to a lapel pin. Hard enamel and soft enamel.
This process has one extra step to buff the extra paint off before finishing. They cost about 40% more than soft enamel.
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Custom Hard Enamel Lapel Pins FAQ’s
Is there a good reason to use hard enamel?
Yes. We find that customers who require a more formal looking lapel pin, appreciate this finish. Examples include years service awards, police uniform pins and for necklace pendants.
Do you sell Cloisonné lapel pins?
No. But most people who claim they sell Cloisonné, are actually selling you hard enamel.
Does hard enamel cost more than soft enamel?
Yes. About 40% more depending on the price break you select. The reason it costs more is there is an extra step in lapel pin manufacturing process in which each pin is buffed by hand to remove the excess paint. You can view the 8 steps to manufacture a lapel pin if you want to learn more.
Do you offer art vectorizing or design service?
Yes! Art and design services are free. For more complex illustration style art, there may be a fee. You can also check out our blog for