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Hard Enamel Pins

Hard enamel pins have a reputation for being the highest available quality. Hard Enamel pins are created with additional processing on top of soft enamel pins in which the enamel is polished flush with the metal for a smooth, jewelry-like finish. A hard enamel pin is often the choice for commemorative gifts, work anniversaries, or any brand with a prestigious reputation: Colleges & Universities, Fortune 500, and those affiliated with luxury items.

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  • Durability

    The vast majority of products in today’s world is cheaply made and has significant durability issues. However, one of the main selling points of hard enamel pins is its long-lasting durability These lapel pins have an extended lifespan compared to other products, which makes it an excellent gift that will last for decades.

  • High-Quality Finish & Appearance

    Another main benefit of hard enamel pins is the high-quality finish. The glossy finish results in bright and vibrant colors, which is an excellent complement to any lapel pin style. These vivid colors will not fade over time and will continue to look in mint condition. Due to the high-quality finish, a hard enamel pin is considered to have a higher value than other custom enamel pins.

  • Unlimited Custom Designs

    Creating your own custom pin is a thrilling process, and hard enamel pins enable you to choose from an almost endless amount of design choices. Whether you need a new lapel pin for your organization or if you hope to increase the brand awareness of your company, custom enamel pins offer fantastic opportunities to extend the outreach of your business. Of course, these lapel pins can also be creatively designed to reward the performance of employees from your company or reward students at a school.

  • Unparalleled Versatility

    Hard enamel pins are highly versatile, as they can be used to represent a wide variety of activities and functions. The handcrafted design of custom enamel pins makes each one of these pins unique and priceless. The durability of each hard enamel pins makes them a tremendous long-lasting gift for almost any occasion. The high-quality finish and design will allow each lapel pin to stand out and you can create custom pins to represent nearly any organization.


MetalPromo is a business that offers hard enamel pins designed custom to meet your needs. We offer free artwork revisions, and have a US Based staff to answer any questions by phone, email, or chat – we’re not satisfied with your design until you are. We pride ourselves in customer service, and we will be happy to answer any questions or concerns. Interested in learning more? Feel free to contact us at any time and choose from our wide selection of hard enamel pins!



We have a wide variety of lapel pin crystal colors to choose from as well. Crystals are just 10 cents per crystal per pin.


Glitter is one of the cheapest ways to add pizzazz to your pins. Check out our lapel pin options.

Glow Enamel

Special glow enamel looks amazing. Add extra appeal to your lapel pin by adding glow enamel.



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  • General Hard Enamel Pins
    • How long does it take to receive my pins?

      Our standard production will vary by pin style, but is typically within 2-3.5 weeks turn time.

    • Do you offer any rush options?

      We can offer rush production during certain times of the year for an extra charge. Our customer care team can answer any questions regarding rush options and availability.

    • What is your minimum order quantity?

      The minimum lapel pin order quantity is 25. You can order any quantity as long as it meets our minimum. There are various price point breaks based on quantity that provide some great savings.

    • What are the most common pin sizes people order?

      The most commonly ordered pin sizes .75”-1.25”. While these are the most common sizes, we can do .50”-4.0” large. The size can also depend on your artwork or the details you are envisioning for your design. If there are more details, then we may have to go up in size. We can help you with determining a good size, in those scenarios.

    • For more General Questions, please visit our FAQ’S page
  • Shipping Hard Enamel Pins
    • Is Shipping Free?

      We offer free shipping as part of your order package when shipping domestically within the US. We also offer free shipping to military APO / FPO / DPO addresses overseas as support for our Active duty men & women. For all other shipping locations we will provide you with options based on cost & delivery time so you can pick what works best for you.

    • How Do You Ship?

      We have agreements with FedEx, UPS, & USPS to provide shipping to a wide variety of addresses. We Also ship to APO / FPO / DPO addresses for FREE!

    • Do you ship to APO/FPO addresses?

      We do offer shipping to APO / FPO addresses at no extra charge to our service men and women. Please keep in mind that shipping to an APO / FPO address will add 1-3 weeks to the order production and shipping timelines.

    • For more Shipping Questions, please visit our FAQ’S page
  • Product Types Hard Enamel Pins
    • What attachment options exist for my pins?

      We have a number of pin attachments that we offer, from magnetic backings to different clutches. You can see all the options.

    • What is the difference between a soft enamel, hard enamel, and offset printed pin?
      • – For soft enamel, you will be able to feel the ridges of the metal separating the colors.
      • – For hard enamel, you will have more of a smooth, polished look.
      • – For offset printed, we print directly onto the metal and there is a epoxy dome over the top of the pin.
    • What is the difference between a die struck and die cast pin?

      Die struck pins have the designs transferred to a front & back (optional) mold, the raw iron or brass being struck by each mold with enough force to transfer both the raised & recessed areas of the design into the pin metal. Die-Cast molds are fit together and molten zinc metal is injected into the die to create the pin.

    • For more Product Type Questions, please visit our FAQ’S page
  • Production Hard Enamel Pins
    • What are the pins made out of?

      Your pins could be made out of brass, iron, or zinc, depending on design, budget, and aesthetic preferences. When options present themselves we’ll work with you to determine your best option.

    • How long do you keep my mold for if I wish to re-order?

      We will keep your mold on stock for 3 years. If you need more pins we can easily remake them for you.

    • For more Production Questions, please visit our FAQ’S page



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