Originally founded in the Bernese Oberland in 1900, Huber Fine Watches & Jewellery has one of the richest traditions in Europe’s watch and jewellery industry.

The first Huber store in Vaduz

In 1928, the first Huber store for watches and gold and silver jewellery opened in the centre of Vaduz, Liechtenstein. Jules Huber, a watchmaker from the Bernese Oberland, and his wife, Wiggi, from Liechtenstein, laid the foundations for a company that is rich in tradition and now being run in the fourth generation.

Boutique in Lech am Arlberg

In the 1980s, Norman J. Huber, a qualified goldsmith and gemmologist, took over the two stores from his father and began to expand the company. He opened a boutique in Lech in 1991. The building in which it was located was rebuilt in 2011, and the boutique reopened in a prime location.

Der Weisse Würfel (The White Cube)

Norman J. Huber also decided to expand the existing boutique in Städtle, Vaduz. In 2015, the Weisse Würfel – the jewel in the Huber crown – was opened. The cube-shaped building is 20 metres high and represents a unique combination of architecture, art, watches and jewellery. In addition to the exceptional selection of brands, Huber Fine Watches & Jewellery in the Weisse Würfel also boasts a fantastic jewellery collection and watch models that were launched to mark special occasions.

World of Watches

In 2017, Norman J. Huber also came up with a special idea for the boutique in Rathausplatz in Vaduz. Following the expansion into the neighbouring building, which formerly housed the Engel restaurant and hotel, the boutique now offers around 30 Swiss luxury watch brands across 630 square metres. Each watch and jewellery brand is presented in its very own shop. The in-house watchmaking atelier in Vaduz with its team of five highly qualified watchmakers also guarantees that each customer receives a service that lives up to the standards set by the most exclusive of watch brands.