Cloisonné Lapel Pins

Cloisonné is an ancient art form of melting colored sand into glass. Indigenous craftspeople have done this for many generations, going back to the middle ages. The same medium was used to make early lapel pins because the colors are so vivid. With a good metal plating, Cloisonné lapel pins are a work of art indeed.

Hard Enamel Lapel PinsCloisonné is a great type of lapel pin for formal occasions. Technically called "hard enamel" it is the modern take on the ancient cloisonne method which used pigmented sand to create glass-like colors.

The hard enamel method does not use pigmented sand. Hard enamel lapel pins are colored with a special liquid that hardens in the kiln called “epola”.

It actually good though because epola allows for Pantone color choices and more durability at a fraction of the cost. Most modern day “cloisonne” is actually hard enamel but referred to as cloisonné.

Hard Enamel Lapel Pins Fast

Hard enamel lapel pins from Pins Fast are produced fast to arrive on time. They are also produced to high standards of quality control. Our pins carry our name, that's why we pay such close attention to the quality we produce. Hard enamel pins especially need expert attention, that’s why we work year round to produce high quality hard enamel pins more efficiently and effectively.

When you call on us to produce hard enamel lapel pins we take great pride in the beauty of our creation. We know our reputation is going to be sealed in the quality of our craftsmanship.

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Hard Enamel Lapel Pins Prices


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Butterfly clutch or rubber clutch attachments included at no additional charge.
Each individual pin is packaged in a small plastic bag at no additional charge.

Hard Enamel vs. Soft Enamel

Hard enamel lapel pins are beautifully plated in gold, silver metal, bronze metal, copper or black metal platings. These are the same plating options that soft enamel pins have. Hard enamel pins are generally brighter, because the colors are flush with the metal. Because the metal surface is flush with the filling of colors there are no shadows in the design. There are no strong bevelled aspects such as found in the soft enamel pins.

View the to two bats in this picture. The left bat is hard enamel, the right bat is soft enamel. Do you see the difference?

Hard Enamel Lapel Pin Design

When it comes to your hard enamel lapel pin design you can rely on Pins Fast for high quality lapel pin designs. We make your hard enamel pins a top priority in our design department. Within a few moments of receiving your request, we will begin the design of your hard enamel lapel pins. Once the hard enamel lapel pins design is complete, we will email it to you along with a free quote. There is no obligation to buy the design, it’s our pleasure. Find out about your free art & quote by filling out our form to the right.