hard enamel keyrings

hard enamel keyrings
The quality keyring where matching corporate colours is important!!
  • die stamped in brass to your bespoke shape and design. Copper is the traditional metal used for hard enamel keyrings and these are regarded as the Rolls Royce of the keyring world, but for clients who are budget concious, we offer this Bentley version hard enamel badge made using brass.
  • colour infilled by hand, using Pantone matched Hard enamels
  • colours are separated by lines of metal (key-lines) and there is a metal border
  • plated to a finish of your choice.
  • plating options include gold, nickel, silver, copper, antique gold, antique nickel, antique copper, black nickel and black dye.
  • why not have us supply in a presentation box for the complete finish?
  • min order qty 100 pcs

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Fittings and Options Available

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H-905 keyring fittingH-905 keyring fitting
Available in both Gold & Nickel plate. This is one of the 2 fittings that is included in standard pricing. The other is H-909
H-909 keyring fittingH-909 keyring fitting
Available in both Gold & Nickel plate. This is one of the 2 fittings that is included in standard pricing. The other is H-905
 
Full Fittings Chart - keychainsFull Fittings Chart - keychains
This chart shows all the fittings at a glance. There may be add-on costs applicable.
How your metal items are madeHow your metal items are made
A step by step guide on the processes used in making enamelled and printed metal items
 
Pantone C Colour ChartPantone C Colour Chart
an electronic version of the industry standard Pantone C colour chart, for you to download and use to choose colours
Plating ChartPlating Chart
These are the most popular plating finishes. If you need something else, please let us know.
 
Is your enamel item simple or complex in design?Is your enamel item simple or complex in design?
A guide to help you understand the difference