Cloisonne Lapel Pins

Cloisonne Lapel Pins

Custom Cloisonne Lapel Pins

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Our highest quality product, cloisonné pins have a jewelry-like appearance with a high perceived value. They are an excellent choice for any design that has clearly separated colors. Whether launching a product, reinforcing your brand image or awarding employees, cloisonné lapel pins make an impressive statement. We'll also gladly provide jewelry boxes; customized, printed cards; or plastic presentation cases to further enhance the value of your pins.

Ordering Cloisonne Pins Is Easy and Fast

With the help of our qualified design and customer service staff, you'll find ordering is quick and easy. If you know exactly what you need, great! We're ready to listen. If you need help deciding, visit our pin gallery to view many of the cloisonné pins we've created in the past. Pick and choose the styles and colors you like and we'll use them to design a custom cloisonné pin just for you. You'll receive a full-color proof via email within just 24-hours. Make any changes you want. Once you give approval, your order is processed and shipped to you within just 10 days… guaranteed!

How Are Cloisonne Lapel Pins Made?

Cloisonné pins have a royal history and a legacy of beauty. Dating back to the 13th century, the cloisonné process was first used in ancient China to create vases and other art for the Emperor. During the famous Ming Dynasty, bronze casting was taken to a new level and the cloisonné process, which is still used to create cloisonné lapel pins today, was perfected.

Cloisonne pins start with the same basic steps as die struck lapel pins or soft enamel lapel pins. A metal sheet (in a color of your choice) is stamped in order to create a raised outline of the design. The recessed areas are then filled with powdery glass-like color resins. Each color is filled separately and fired in an oven at 1700 degrees. The process and the use of glass resins give each cloisonné pin a hard, glossy finish that simulates jewel tones.

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0.75"$2.68$2.13$1.57$1.30$1.21$1.14$1.06$0.96$0.81$0.72
1"$2.71$2.19$1.67$1.38$1.25$1.21$1.16$1.02$0.92$0.82
1.25"$2.82$2.28$1.76$1.45$1.32$1.25$1.21$1.06$0.96$0.92
1.5"$3.07$2.54$2.02$1.54$1.45$1.40$1.33$1.15$1.00$0.96
1.75"$3.32$2.75$2.35$1.85$1.75$1.67$1.60$1.39$1.25$1.21
2"$3.59$3.09$2.60$2.10$2.00$1.92$1.86$1.65$1.50$1.46

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Pin Options & Add-ons

Cardstock
Attachments
Cufflinks
Gemstones
Keychains
Presentation