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If you want your logo and text to stand out from the pin you may want to consider a cloisonné lapel pin. The polished metal will make your pin come alive with sharp contrast between the colors.
KINGPINS Cloisonné Lapel Pins provide great color separation for bold designs. Polished metal (gold/silver) space between colors. Sharp contrast between colors. Logos stand out well and text is easy to read
KINGPINS offers synthetic stone for effect: Diamond, Emerald, Ruby, Sapphire, Amethyst and optional Laser Printing allows for sharp detail without the gold/silver borders between colors.
KINGPINS offers Industry standard color matching and our price includes up to 4 colors - FREE. Available in any shape and individually poly-bagged.
A Cloisonné Lapel Pin is the pinnacle of traditional Chinese handicraft. It is a process that is steeped with tradition dating back to the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368). A constantly evolving process, many believe that the best Cloisonné was made during the Xuande period (1426-1456) of the Ming dynasty. Later, during the Jingtai period (1426-1456) of the Ming, artisans perfected the dark-blue enamel that gives Cloisonné the beautifully unique appearance that has been cherished for centuries.
Still later during the Qianlong period (1736-1795) of the Qing Dynasty, copper was introduced for the rough casts. This newer process proved to be yet another milestone for the artisans.Quote Me
Cloisonné pins are the jewelry line of lapel pins. And with the extensive labor to produce each pin, the pricing is appropriately the highest of all pins sold. Does your event or presentation require this high quality? Call Trevor at 866.841.4560 for suggestions.
The Cloisonné process requires a 'color fill' and as such, designs must have an exact outline to receive the enamel color. Why? It helps to think of a design from say, a child's coloring book. Each color must be colored 'within the lines'.
Bolder designs are better. Sans serif fonts for lettering or wording are best.Quote Me
Today the cloisonné lapel pin process has changed little from the centuries old art: