#062 – Engraved Badges877 Workshop
Minimalistic metal badges with engravure. The engravure is only visible through the reflections of the surrounding. The engravure is made with our analog 1960s engraving machine: the lettering is pressed with a diamond pen into the metal.
Badges were first produced in the USA towards the end of the Nineteenth Century as a low cost alternative to the medallions and pins of the day that were expensive to make. An early pioneer of the use of badges was Mahatma Ghandi for his campaign for Indian independence in 1907.
Today's love of button badges dates back to the 1960s and early Seventies when they were used by students, hippies and musicians, often as a symbol of protest or display their allegiance to a band, music, youth cult, or cause. John Lennon loved them and with the arrival of the Sex Pistols and punk in 1976 the one inch button badge has always been seen as a cool thing to wear.
We offer these motifs:
- All-Seeing Eye
- Heart in Hand
- Custom script letter
- Custom word
- Custom badge on black beanie
You will get 1 badge - please choose from the menu.
8 letters or 8 numbers are possible. Only 1 row in uppercase letters is possible. Please provide your custom engravure during checkout into the field “Special instructions“.
26 mm (1.02")
We manufacture your order in 2-3 workdays.
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