Cloisonne has always been associated with prestige and grandeur.Comparing with other enamel pins, the processing of cloisonne pin badges is a highly skilled metalworking technique dating back centuries, a precious inheritance.
To make a cloisonne pin also called hard enamel lapel pin, the design is first stamped onto a metal base, which creates recessed areas or compartments. Cloisonne powder is carefully placed into these compartments and then fired at high heat up to 800 degrees. The powder liquefies and hardens to form a rock-hard surface with a brilliant, jewel-like intensity.
Cloisonne pins and other enamel pins can be made to almost any shape or size, and there are numerous options for enhancements such as spinners, danglers and sliders. Colors can be matched to your exact Pan-tone references.
● Materials: Copper
● Motifs: Die Struck
● Colors: Mineral Ore in Powder, limited colors of genuine cloisonné glass powders
● Finishing: Shiny gold/ silver/ nickel/ copper, black nickel, antique copper, antique silver, satin gold/ silver/ nickel
● Common Attachment Options: Spur Nail & Metal Butterfly clutch, Spur Nail & rubber clutch, flat head tie tack, deluxe tie tack, safety pin, magnet, stick pin w/end, tie tack with chain
● Packing: 1pc/ polybag, or according to customer’s request