Hard enamel lapel pins are classy

Hard enamel infill provides for a first class finish

Imitation hard enamel lapel pins
Imitation hard enamel lapel pins
Imitation hard enamel lapel pins
Hard enamel pins with backer card
Hard enamel pins with backer card
Imitation hard enamel lapel pins
Imitation hard enamel lapel pins
Hard enamel and printed lapel pins
Hard enamel lapel pins
UN Sustainable Development Goals Pins
Hard enamel lapel pins with backing card
Hard enamel lapel pins
Hard enamel lapel pins
Hard enamel lapel pins
Hard enamel lapel pins
Imitation hard enamel lapel pins
Hard enamel lapel pins
Hard enamel pins with black nickle
Hard enamel pins with backer card
Hard enamel pins with backer card
Hard enamel pins with
Hard enamel pins with
Hard enamel pins with backer card
Hard enamel pins
Hard enamel pins with backer card
Hard enamel pins
Hard enamel pins
Hard enamel pins
Beautiful finish with imitation hard-enamel

Hard-enameling is a multi-stage production method that undoubtedly produces the most beautiful and valuable, highly finished result.

The imitation hard enamel presented on this page and the genuine Cloisonné hard enamel are two different ways to achieve a similar result. The price of raw materials and the number of work steps distinguish the two methods. Imitation hard-enameling is significantly cheaper than a genuine Cloisonne pin.

An imitation hard-enamel pin manufacturing begins with a die-struck or die-cast mold to create the base of the pin from the desired metal. The desired result controls the choice of metal, most often using either copper, brass, or iron, of which iron is the most preferred.

The resulting grooves and cavities in the body of the pin are filled with a paste-like resin that is made into different colors as needed. Each color is filled into the pin separately, and the pin is cured in an oven at about 1700 degrees, which causes the filler to become liquid and flatten into the grooves in the pin.

The curing process causes the vitreous filler to harden permanently, hence the term "hard-enameling".

Finishing the hard-enamel pins

After curing, the pin is ground with abrasive stones of different roughness and polished to smooth the surface.

The glassy resin manufacturing method produces a stone-hard, shiny jewelry-like finish that mimics genuine Cloisonné pins but is less expensive to execute. Imitation hard-enameling follows the Cloisonné or technique initially developed during the Ming Dynasty.

Put the implementation of your pin in the hands of our skilled team by getting in touch with us, and we will guide you in choosing the right pin. You can also email us your subject and receive a quote with the appropriate implementation.

Hard Enamel Lapel Pins - Price List

The price list is only indicative, subject to final shape and finish. The price includes enamel infill with up to four colors. Smallest manufacturing quantity is always 100 pcs.

Pins diameter 100 pcs 200 pcs 300 pcs 400+ pcs
0.4" / 10mm $1.49 $1.25 $0.97
⅝" / 15mm $1.58 $1.34 $1.03
0.78" / 20mm $1.64 $1.36 $1.05
1" / 25mm $1.71 $1.40 $1.09

Standard production time is approximately three weeks from the approval of digital proof. See Shipping Charges & Tax information.

Optional products and services
Butterfly clutch
Standard lapel pin attachment
Included
Rubber butterfly clutch
Different color options
$0.15
Magnetic attachment
Detachable for use with shirt
from $0.39
Individually packaged
Clear PP bag
Included
Additional colors
If more than 4 colors, price per color
$0.03
Packaging with printed card
Custom-printed card for pins
Prices
Acrylic jewellery case
Clear cover with black base
from $0.39
Set-up Charges
Die struck mold charge
Most common method of manufacturing
65.00 - $90.00
Die cast mold charge
For three dimensional shapes
90.00 - $150.00
Screen printing set-up charge
If printed details are required
$30.00
Pad printing set-up charge
For pad printed details
$30.00
Laser engraving charge
For laser engraved details
$30.00
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