Here you will find Clock Dials Bezels and also glass. It is confusing sometimes to get the bezel and then the glass and then the dial all separate and try to put them all together, it is best to get the bezel glass and dial all together if you can so it's already made for each other. However there are limited sizes of these complete units, sometimes it will be required to get the individual component and match them all together.
If you have a spring driven clock the dial would need to be drilled to wind the clock.
If this is the situation, we offer clock dial grommets to make the holes pretty below as well.
The holes drilled would need to be 3/8 of an inch usually.
Flat round clock glass gets measured from one side to the other, the overal width. Please take into account that the glass has to be wider than the opening in the bezel, but not so big that it is too wide for the glass tabs to lock it into place.
Round flat - Item # BZ1
Convex round clock glass gets measured from one side to the other, the overal width. Please take into account that the glass has to be wider than the opening in the bezel, but not so big that it is too wide for the glass tabs to lock it into place.
Round Convex - Item #BZ2
Bezel/crystal/dials feature a solid brass diamond cut bezel, curved glass lens and a metal dial and back plate. This is the friction fit style so the bezel / glass comes off by twisting and then pull off to get to the dial.
These Clock Bezels dial pans are made of brass. Measurements are from edge to edge. Recessed to fit case openings.
Hinge and latch soldered into place. Glass tabs included but not soldered. Measurements are outside diameter. Glass not included
One piece Clock Bezels with installed glass. The hinge, latch and glass tabs are included and soldered. The measurements listed are the total outside diameter.
20 assorted tabs to hold glass into place within the Clock Bezels. Soldering is required. 5 different styles.
Item #BZ6 - $13
Set of three dial key hole grommets. These are what make the key holes pretty where you wind the clock through the dial.
Item #CP32 - $2.
The glass has to fit into the bezel and has to be perfect, not too small so it falls out of the bezel and not so big it will not fit into the bezel clips.
So to get the proper size glass, measure exactly how wide you would like the glass so it will not be too big for the bezel clips and not so small it falls out the front.