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Zen Alarm Clock Dial Faces
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This page shows all available clock dial faces.
Not all dial faces are available for every wood model.
This dial face is inspired by the ancient tradition of Chinese ink painting, which often takes the simple beauty of bamboo as its subject. Silk screened on real bamboo, this bamboo motif dial fully embodies the spirit or the bamboo Zen Alarm Clocks. Only available with Bamboo Zen Alarm Clock.
This dial is an adaptation of the "Dream Kanji" dial shown below, silk screened on bamboo veneer finished to match the bamboo clock body. The Japanese character means "Dream". Only available with Bamboo Zen Alarm Clock.
This simple contemporary dial face, which is silk screened on bamboo veneer, features the "Bank Gothic" font for an elegant modern look. Only available with Bamboo Zen Alarm Clock.
This bamboo veneer dial is inspired by the timeless industrial modern design of Swiss railway train station clocks. Stylish and easy to read. Only available with Bamboo Zen Alarm Clock.
This simple, elegant design features a Japanese maple leaf motif adapted from a painted screen. Subtle tick marks at the edge of the dial allow the alarm hand to be accurately set.
This elegant dial face features the oriental character for "Dream" set against a simple rice paper background.
In the 16th Century, Japanese screen painters began using gold leaf backgrounds to create magnificent effects. This printed dial, featuring burgundy-colored Arabic numerals, reproduces the allure of a swirling ocean motif painted on gold leaf.
Adapted from a classic American antique Grandfather Clock, this traditional-style dial face looks great with any decor. Victorian style Arabic numerals are set against an aged parchment background.
The Chambered Nautilus grows its shell in a perfect "Golden Mean Spiral", a universal pattern of harmonious growth, which is also reflected in the clock's chime progression sequence.
This dial face is adapted from the masterpiece "The Great Wave" by Katsushika Hokusai - a woodblock print from the 'Floating World' art movement in feudal Japan.
A.K.A. Arabic Numerals
Simple and elegant black Arabic numbers against a bluish background reminiscent of an abalone shell.
This dial face reflects the time-tested tradition of over 600 years of clock making. The Roman chapters are set against a subtle white marble background.
Concentric circles of raked sand suggest the tranquility of a Zen Garden. The character at the top of the dial means "inner peace". Tick marks at the edge indicate the position of the hours.
This dial face is from a photograph of clouds taken at 30,000 feet over the Colorado Rockies. Tick marks at the edge indicate the position of the hours.
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