5+ years and over 2 million pins later, we've got you covered for all of your pin needs. Work with people who care about your art and have the experience to help you make it the best it can be and have your back.
Tim M. | Soft Enamel
My pins came out so well and they were totally worth the wait. Samantha was extremely helpful with suggestions and clarifications throughout the ordering process and was attentive to details that helped to make the final product match my expectations. I’m totally satisfied and anxious to order another design.
Melissa F. | Hard Enamel
Hard enamel pins
Insanely good quality! I didn't know what to expect at first, but once I got them in my hands, they were absolutely incredible! Of course there were very few with slight imperfections, as expected for handmade pins, but the overall quality is fantastic! Would definitely keep ordering more from them!
Seattle Y.A | Hard Enamel
Great first experience as a first time customer!
These folks were easy to work with, professional, friendly, and kept me updated through the whole process. Doesn't hurt that the product turned out flawlessly, too! Great colors, well-made, and exactly what I asked for. If I ever need enamel pins again, these are the folks I'm going to choose.
Want that classic jewelry feel? Then this style pin is for you! These pins go through an extra process during production where they are buffed down and made smooth to the touch.
With raised metal and enamel at a lower profile, these pins hold more detail than their counter part, hard enamel. This style is the perfect option for those more detailed designs where line weight is important. We LOVE soft enamel here at PGS.
Soft enamel pins that go through a special plating process called anodization. This process gives us that fabulous rainbow appearance, making each pin unique.
Change it up with a custom wooden pin and create something unique! Made from cherry wood, these pins are produced right here in the US and are a great edition to any collection.
Art too complicated for a traditional enamel pin? Don't worry, we got you! Acrylic pins are a great way to show more complex and full color art without any compromising in pin form.
Complex Vs Simple Shapes
Complex shapes use a casted Zinc Alloy mold and simpler shapes are stamped from sheets of Iron. Zinc Alloy can hold sharper cuts, holes and cleaner edges for complex shapes.
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