Pin and Keychain Grades Explained

Enamel pins and keychains often undergo a meticulous handmade production process, resulting in unique items with inherent variations and occasional flaws.

To address this, a grading system is employed, although not all enamel product sellers adopt this practice. For those that do, the criteria for categorizing items as A or B grade can vary.

A grade items represent the pinnacle of quality. These items exhibit flawlessness at a standard viewing distance, with imperfections becoming apparent only upon close inspection and under bright lighting.

On the other hand, B grade items typically bear one or more small, noticeable imperfections. While these flaws shouldn't significantly affect the overall design, they might be discernible upon careful examination. However, many individuals may not even notice any such imperfections.

Here are some examples of B grade items.