What is the difference between soft enamel and hard enamel?

Hard enamel products are diestruck, overfilled with enamel color and then polished down to create a surface that’s smooth to the touch. Soft enamel products are also diestruck and filled with enamel, however they aren’t filled to the top. The result is a textured surface where you can feel the raised/recessed details.

Soft enamel products can have more detail and hard enamel products take a few extra days to produce because of the extra steps involved.

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