Gold Metal Dial
This will come with a plastic coating to be removed. The measurement given is the width from side to side of the dial. The dial is available in Arabic or Roman numerals.
Ivory Metal Dial
The width of the dial is the measurement of the material from one side to the other over all. The dial will come with a removable plastic coating.
White Metal or PVC
White round dial in either Arabic or Roman numerals. Available in either thin metal aluminum or PVC (It is like thick fiber paper) Remember to remove the protective plastic coating. The sized listed below are the overall width from side to side.
Hermle 1161-853 Series
13 Inch wide Hermle 1161-853 clock dial with the mounting feet on the back. This German-made dial has a brass bezel and brass finished numerals.
Banjo Style Dial
Painted metal round banjo clock dial. It is 7 1/2 inches in diameter with a 6 inch time track. If using with a spring movement, the winding holes will need to be drilled.
6 1/2 Vienna Style
Thin metal 6 1/2 inch Vienna style clock dial. The dial is white with black Roman numerals and a gold tone trim, made of aluminum so its simple and economic.
Round Dial Assortment
Ten piece clock dial assortment made of heavy paper stock and plastic. Sized dials from 4 inch to 11 inch assorted, can be glued to a wooden back board.
Dial Grommets x3
Set of three dial key hole grommets. These are what make the key holes pretty where you wind the clock through the dial.
Heavy Paper Stock Dial
Select Arabic or Roman Numerals, White or Ivory. Measurements are from just outside the numerals across it, not overall width.
Spring Drive Movement Note
Most of these round clock dials are not punched for the winding arbors for a spring driven movement, unless specified with the movement number.
If you have a spring driven clock movement then you would need to drill out the dial so you can wind the clock. We offer dial hole grommets so the holes will be pretty when you're done on hardware page.
The paper dials on this page come square but have a round time track. This means you would need to cut the dial to fit your needs.
The round metal dials may come with a protective plastic coating that is removed by the customer, it is hard to tell it is there sometimes but if the dial has scratches, it most likely has this coating that needs to be removed for the finished clock project.