Popular due to its raised metal edges with a textured look and feel. These durable pins may have a slightly less shiny feel than hard enamel, but they are quite desirable.
what's the difference?
A smooth and high polished finish gives hard enamel pins a classy and luxurious look. A scratch resistance coating gives them additional durability.
Sometimes less is more. Skip the enamel and go with an antique look that draws the attention of your fans. These are popular if you're looking for a timeless look.
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Soft Enamel (on the left), has raised edges and the colored parts are beveled down, giving the pin a textured feel.
Hard Enamel (in the middle), has a smooth even finish with an additional glossy protective coating.
Die Struck (on the right), has no coloring and the same textured feel as soft enamel.
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