Round Clock Dials

Round Clock Dials 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.

RD2: $5.00$8.00
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Round Clock Dials 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.

RD3: $5.00$8.00
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White Metal 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.

RD4: $3.00$15.00
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Clock Dial 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.

RDBJ75: $49.00
Vienna Style

6 1/2 Vienna Style

Thin metal 6 1/2 inch Vienna style clock dial. The dial is white with black Roman or Arabic numerals and a gold tone trim, made of aluminum.

RD65WRGT: $17.00
Dial Grommets 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.

CP32: $5.00
Paper dials Heavy Paper Stock Dial

Select Arabic or Roman Numerals, White or Ivory. Measurements are from just outside the numerals across it, not overall width.

PDIAL1: $1.00$6.00
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Clock dial information-drilling description

Description of what it means to require drilling of the clock dials. Clock dials often only have the center hole for the clock hand post to come through. If using a spring driven mechanical clock movement, holes need to be drilled. This is so the clock key will have access through the dial to wind the clock. This hole is typically 3/8 of an inch wide. Please continue to read the following text for more clock dial information-drilling descriptions.

What is a time track

A time track is that outer ring that runs around the numerals. Mechanical clock hands and battery run clock hands use the time track as well. Hence, the measurement of the time track dictates the length of hands to get.

About dial grommets for Clock Dial Information-Drilling Description

A dial grommet is a decorative ring that gets inserted into the winding hole to make it look pretty. Of course, it is a metal ring with prongs on the back to fold behind the clock dial. Thus, mounting the grommet via friction fit only. Dial grommets have a 3/8 hole in the center. In some rare situations it is 1/2 inch.

Drilling Service

Drill the clock dial to wind a mechanical clock movement with a key. Use dial grommets for a nice finish on the new winding holes. Naturally, Clockworks can drill this before shipping for a fee. So if this is of interest, please email us.

Paper Clock dial information

The paper dials on this page come square but have a round time track. Use spray glue to stick the paper stock dial onto a thin board for a dial. If the dial is to be round instead of square it will require cutting into shape.

Round clock dial information

The round metal dials may come with a protective plastic coating. Sometimes it is hard to tell it is there so if the dial seems to have scratches, it most likely has this coating. This needs to be taken off for the finished clock project.