Dial plate

the plane or disk of a dial or timepiece on which lines and figures for indicating the time are placed.

See also: Dial

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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aluminium dial plate and can be configured with no to eight stations.
The antique brass effect dial plate and smooth light-oak veneer case combine to give a truly stunning finish to this high-quality nostalgic record player.
It is an extremely fine and equally rare 18K gold and painted on enamel, two-train, quarter-repeating musical watch with two automaton scenes - a see-saw automaton scene on the dial plate and a concealed erotic automaton scene.
The new cabin layout, meantime, now have silver-accented dashboard, in-dash gear shifter, tilt/telescopic steering wheel, plus meter cluster trimmed with silver molding and black dial plate. Even the easy-to-move driver and passenger seats now have new shape and color.
The four-inch 'Dial Plate Enamel'd White & Blue with the Days & Months & Signs of the Zodiack', the most expensive part at 20 guineas, was made from a drawing supplied by Charles Clay on 16 March 1736 that itself cost 1 [pounds sterling] 5 shillings.
To extend children's understanding from the measurement of static angles to the measurement of dynamic angles, use a "dial plate" (Figure 3).
The visible dial plate is NAC grey treated with large circular finishing, and blued screws with bevelled and mirror-polished heads.
The present watch is of higher specification than most: it has three animations on the dial instead of the usual two - musicians and birds automaton scene on the dial plate and concealed erotic automaton scene, playing at will.
The dial plate rotates to the weld station, where the cap is ultrasonically welded onto the hub, the company said in a news release.