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superbpins

Changqing road,Leshan,Sichuan,China

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Customizable badges

China

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0.8 ~ 2.8 / Piece ( Negotiable ) Get Latest Price

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0.8 per Piece

1 Piece

plastic boxes, deluxe boxes

7 to 30 days

20000 Piece per Month

PayPal, T/T

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How to get customized metal gifts from superbpins ?

Get free quote and free design by offering us 
1,Photo or sketch of your design
2,Quantity of the product you need to get produced
3,The size of your design (The longest length of it)
4,Requirements,including enamel options,plating option,accessory,package,etc.

Badges were popular as jewellery in the Middle Ages, and varied from extremely expensive works of jewellery, like the Dunstable Swan Jewel, to simple mold-made badges in lead or other base metals. Specialized forms were the pilgrim badge, worn by those who had completed a pilgrimage, and heraldic or livery badges, worn to denote service or allegiance to a political figure — these last were especially popular in England, and became very controversial in the period leading up to the Wars of the Roses. One royal celebration in 1483 was marked by the distribution of 13,000 badges, a huge number relative to the population at the time. Other types were funerary badges, presumably presented to mourners for the funeral of important figures, and simple decorative badges with animals or hearts. The grandest form of badge was worn as a pendant to a metal collar, often in gold or silver-gilt.

From the livery badge, various badges of service evolved, worn by officials, soldiers and servants. In the British Army a metal (today often plastic) cap badge denoting the soldier's regiment became standard by the 17th century, as in most European armies (though not always navies). By the 19th century a badge was an almost invariable part of any uniform, including school uniforms, which in the UK usually still feature the school's badge in cloth on the breast pocket of the jacket or blazer.


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Company:superbpins

Address:Changqing road, Leshan, Sichuan, China,614000

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