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Cloisonné Pins

This is the traditional method of producing lapel pins. The base material is die struck copper. All colors are created using a finely ground glass which is placed onto the base by hand and oven baked at high temperatures to obtain a relatively smooth surface. Cloisonné pins are inherently scratch resistant and do not require an epoxy dome for protection.

 

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Stamped Enamel

Very similar in production to traditional cloisonné except that a special resin is utilized to provide colors instead of finely ground glass frit (cloisonné). This allows the ability to match PANTONE colors and produces a cleaner red and orange colors. Base material is die struck copper or brass.

 

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Stamped Enamel with coating

 

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Photo Etched

The base is produced by a photographic and chemical etching process as opposed to die striking. Colors are PANTONE matching enamels. Surface may be protected with epoxy if desired. Also called poly dome.

 

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