Most of these round clock dials do not have the holes cut out for the winding arbors for a spring driven movement. The exception to this is if it specifically states it will come with the holes for a particular 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. These can be found on the hardware page.
The paper dials on this page come as Square Clock Dials but they 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 needs to be taken off by the customer. Sometimes it is hard to tell if it is there. However, if the dial has scratches then it most likely has this coating and it needs to be taken off to complete the clock project.
Select Arabic or Roman Numerals, White or Ivory. Measurements are from outside the numeral on one side to outside the numeral on the other side. This would be the time track diameter and this is the ring that travels around the outside of the numerals.