Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Lapel Pin

Recognize other halfbakers in public
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It's a handmade cloisonné lapel pin, in the shape of a full croissant in two or three shades of brown/orange (similar to the favicon), with three individually optional lines of black text below: "halfbakery", a (short) tagline of your choice, and your [username].

Wear it in places where you're likely to see other halfbakers, for example: Halfbakery meetups, hackerspaces/makerspaces, Maker Faire, inventors' conferences (if those exist), the patent office, maybe hacking conferences, England, Canada.

I've been wanting to learn cloisonné for a couple of years, but unfortunately I don't have the time or money at the moment.

N/A [2017-02?]

notexactly, Mar 18 2018

Cloisonné https://en.wikipedi...wiki/Cloisonn%C3%A9
Not invented by someone french ... [8th of 7, Mar 19 2018]


       It's a bit more complicated than that; cloisonné requires the attachment of fine strips of metal, or sometimes a type of bas-relief engraving, of the image on the substrate, the cells so created being then filled with enamel before firing.   

8th of 7, Mar 19 2018

       Why is this better than going about dressed as a giant croissant?
xenzag, Mar 19 2018

       Obelix won't try to dip you in his breakfast coffee ?
8th of 7, Mar 19 2018

       At that suggestion, you quickly turn on your heel and reveal your alternative smelly fish view.
xenzag, Mar 19 2018

       // alternative smelly fish view //   

       That is a singularly poor choice of phraseology.   

       Thankfully, we are not even a little bit french, so that option (which is, by the way, particularly suspect and disgusting) is unavailable to us, or indeed any members of your species familiar with the concept of "washing", often involving a type of surfactant known as "soap".   

       We will not expect an immediate riposte as we accept that you will need to consult Wikipedia to familiarize yourself with these strange concepts.
8th of 7, Mar 19 2018


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