Enamel pins come in all sorts of sizes, starting from ½ an inch to 4 inches. Below, you’ll find a comparison chart that’ll help you visualize the size of each pin. Here we’ve compared each enamel pin size to a daily object, which will give you an idea of its size.
Let's delve into the meaning of this chart and explore the various sizes of enamel pins:
To begin, we'll start with the smallest sizes available. The ½-inch and ¾-inch enamel pins resemble the size of a Skittles candy and a penny, respectively.
Moving up in size, we come to the standard 1-inch enamel pin, which is comparable to the diameter of a quarter. As we progress through the 1-inch sizes, the pins gradually increase in size, reaching dimensions similar to that of a golf ball.
Next, we encounter the 2-inch enamel pin, resembling the top portion of a small Red Bull can. Within the 2-inch range, pins can expand in size, eventually reaching the diameter of an official MLB baseball.
Entering the 3-inch range, the pins take on a significantly larger form. A 3-inch enamel pin is roughly equivalent to the diameter of a hockey puck. In this range, pins can grow as large as a 12" softball.
Finally, envision the lid of a large McDonald's soft drink. This is the approximate size of our 4-inch enamel pin. It stands as the largest size available among the options presented.
Overall, this enamel pin size comparison chart gives you a pretty good idea of how big our pins can be. We hope it will help you decide on the perfect enamel pin
size you need!