Thomas Fattorini - Birmingham
Enamel Pin badges are commonly used to communicate membership, reward achievement, and acknowledge affiliations. They are also used for promoting events, fundraising, product launches etc. They can also be highly collectable.
There are many types of pin badges to suit your quality and price requirements, such as:
- vitreous enamel badges, also known as cloisonné enamel
- imitation hard enamel badges
- cold or soft enamelled badges
- Screen printed or process printed badges
- etched badges
- modelled relief badges
- acetate button badges
- Iron badges
If you are unsure of which is which, we can demystify this for you..
For Vehicle Badges and Trim, Product Badges, Enamel Badges and Pin badge. Designers and craftsmen who mix their traditional skills with the latest design and production technology in order that theycan offer an extraordinary variety of products. These products are principally made to order for a wide range of clients around the world - from individuals and retail jewellers, to governments and corporations.