Cloisonné Hard-Enamel Pins
Cloisonné (hard enamel) art is an ancient Chinese process that developed more than 5,000 years ago. There is no substitute for the classic look of Cloisonné. To meet the unique looking, the colors are hand-filled with a powdered glass-like mixture and each color is fired - one at a time - onto your lapel pins at 1,700 F for two to four minutes. This two-step process ensures that bleeding of colors does not occur on your lapel pins. It also helps colors on your lapel pins to last and keep their brilliant hue.
Next, the lapel pins are individually hand-polished and plated in any of colors you prefer. Then each lapel pin is inspected to ensure only lapel pins of the highest quality are individually packaged.
Cloisonné lapel pins may cost more because of its complicated procedures; sophisticated skills and time consuming in production, high quality looking and unfading colors but almost all clients agree that they are well worth once they look at the pins.
Color chart: AOKI or FLOWER VASE or JS Color Chart or just send us relative PMS NO. and we’ll suggest accordingly.