Antique clock repair and restoration


Originally from Asturias, Spain, Guillermo grew up in Madrid, where he lived until he moved to Miami in 1995.

His passion for clocks is matched by his expertise building naval models of old Spanish fishing boats and architectural models of traditional Spanish and Cuban homes. He is also an avid connoisseur of the origins and making of wine, as well as antique cars.

Amongst his key achievements are:

- 1992 renowned exhibition at Madrid’s prestigious Paulino gallery

  1. -Joint work with the late Spanish architect Salvador Gayarre

- Wrote and published “El Diccionario del Motor” (English-Spanish Motor Dictionary)  as well as “Cómo Se Hace El Vino” (Guide to wine-making).


Guillermo Orueta is the founder and master clockmaker of ClockWorksFine.

Over 35 years of experience speak for Guillermo’s expertise in repairing clock movements as well as in cabinetwork, manufacturing and restoring clock casings. He also boasts an exhaustive knowledge of different types of woodwork, varnishing and veneering techniques.

Before dedicating his time full-time to clocks, Guillermo built naval models, made woodcarved sculptures and models of traditional architecture from Spain and Cuba.  Guillermo approaches his work with:

  1. attention to detail

  2. great skill

  3. patience

The outstanding finish and quality of the works he gets commissioned together with his personalized attention have earned him his reputation as one of Miami’s finest artisans and clockmakers.


About Guillermo Orueta


Guillermo Orueta

(786) 845 3030

7221 Coral Way, Ste 203

Miami, FL 33155

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