"A Die-struck (Gold on gold) lapel pin is typically a die cut of your design."
Kingpins Quality Rating:
Die Stamped and usually Sandblasted. Gold plating is the typical but Silver is available too!
Discover why Kingpins Gold on Gold Pins are the best choice for many people.
KINGPINS offers the best pricing for Gold on Gold Pins. Yes, they are a premium but due to our high volume, we can pass on to you the best prices possible.
KINGPINS Custom Gold on Gold Pins have a relief finish that is usually sandblasted and highly polished to give a jewellery finish.
KINGPINS Gold on Gold Lapel Pins are Best-suited for designs with minimal colour and mainly raised and recessed plating.
KINGPINS offers the highest quality Gold on Gold pins with either gold or silver plating. Recessed areas can be matte finished or sandblasted. Raised areas are highly polished. Available in any shape and individually poly-bagged.
Solid metal die struck pins that are sandblasted and highly polished.
Kingpins Custom Gold on Gold Pins offer a wide choice in finishes and looks.
Have you considered Sandblasting for your custom soft enamel lapel pins? KINGPINS offers a wide range of sand blasting finishes to give you that perfect distinguished look for your custom pin.
Discover why we sell over 1 million custom pins, medals and badges each year.
No, we cannot resell items that are returned. No weasel wording here! This is why we have had a BBB A+ rating for so long.
How do we ship your order? As soon as we receive your custom product, we inspect it and then ship it to you the same day. Your automatically receive tracking details!
How do I make my design look the best it can be? Got an idea and don't know to make it work? Our art department can create a design for you quickly!
You've worked hard on creating your design. The last thing you want to see if a copycat. Copyrights and trademarks are strictly enforced.
Over the past 50 years we have provided custom 100% Guaranteed products throughout North America.
I have artwork for my design. How do I get it to you and what graphic formats are best?