Premium soft enamel pins firm? We have a variety of medals ranging from gold, silver and bronze to color and custom insert medals. All medals are so easy to customize with you choice of attached ribbon ,for a little extra, personalized engraving on the back. Our business is Sports medal, judo medal, marathon medal, military medal, olympic medal and personalized tokens.
Our company specializes in making high quality badges, medals, keychains, lapel pins, coins, bookmarks, cufflinks, tie-clip, bottle opener, letter opener, dog tag, golf divot, spoon, pendant, clothes accessories, and some other tourist souvenirs and gifts. Above all, we could do the best for you ! It’s a clever keychain solution that can help you handle high-contact surfaces while minimizing exposure to germs and viruses. If you’re looking for ways to switch up your EDC to protect yourself and others while practicing social distancing and quarantining.
The cloisonne or hard enamel lapel pin style is perfect for putting your best foot forward. So when you need to present a high quality lapel pin as a gift or an award or when you want a classy looking custom enamel pin this is the style for you. What makes a pin a Cloisonne Enamel pin? This style of enamel lapel pin has a polished finish which makes the entire face of the pin smooth and “glossy.” The look is achieved with a glass-like enamel fill that when polished gleams like jewelry. Our lapel pins are, of course, made of metal but they can be plated with various metals according to your liking. Sometimes the pin plating would be determined by an event or an occasion. A good example of that would be representing a 25 year anniversary with a Polished Silver metal plating. See additional details at custom enamel pins.
The soft enamel type of custom lapel pin is the most prevalent kind of pin out there. The textured feel and design depth from the raised metal borders of the lapel pin are the hallmark for this style. What makes a pin a Soft Enamel lapel pin? The basis of a custom soft enamel pin is our Die Struck lapel pins. During the production process, a die is stamped into a blank pin creating recessed areas on the face of it. In these recessed areas of the lapel pin, we fill in enamel coloring to make the pin a Soft Enamel lapel pin.
Alright, so what’s a Lapel? A lapel is the part on each side of a coat or jacket immediately below the collar which is folded back on either side of the front opening. The majority of lapels have a buttonhole (and you’ve guessed it) this is where your lapel pin goes. Before lapel pins were lapel pins, there were (and still are) boutonnieres. A boutonniere is a real flower that sits in the buttonhole, these are usually used at weddings and prom (the good days, when life was easier). What color lapel pin should I wear? You can wear any lapel pin color as long as you can coordinate it well with the rest of your outfit. Still not sure which color lapel pin you should wear? Find even more info at https://pincious.com/.