Buy Fabergé with Bitcoin

A world first, Jura Watches is one of the only UK luxury watch retailers to allow customers to buy Fabergé watches with Bitcoin. Our innovative checkout system accepts a huge range of cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Dai, USD Coin and Litecoin so you can finally exchange your crypto for something tangible like a highly collectible limited edition watch!

To buy Fabergé with Bitcoin, simply head to the Jura Watches website here and add your desired timepiece to the basket. Make your way through the checkout process and when you hit the “Payment Method”, select the Coinbase Commerce option. From there, you can select your cryptocurrency of choice including Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH), Dai (DAI), Litecoin (LTC) and USD Coin (USDC). Then all you need to do is scan the QR code or copy the details provided to send the calculated cryptocurrency amount to the corresponding address. Your luxury watch order will then be processed by the team!

About Fabergé

Fabergé is anything by an ordinary watch and jewellery manufacturer. They harness intricate techniques such as gem setting, enamel and guilloche to create works of art inspired by their founder’s original masterpieces. The founder in question is Peter Carl Fabergé. Before he established the House of Fabergé he embarked upon a Grand Tour of Europe where he received tuition from respected goldsmiths in Germany, France and England. It was during this time he also became involved in cataloguing, repairing and restoring masterpieces in the Hermitage museum in Russia where he was later commissioned by Tsar Alexander III to create a Fabergé easter egg for his wife, Empress Maria Feodorovna in 1885.

Thanks to the breathtaking creation that was presented to the royals, the tradition of the Tsar giving his Empress an Easter Egg continued for many years. In total, the House of Fabergé created 50 Imperial eggs for Alexander III to present to his Empress and for Nicholas II to present to his mother, and his wife the Empress Alexandra Feodorovna. Following this, the House of Fabergé was bestowed with the coveted title "Goldsmith by special appointment to the Imperial Crown".

Over the years, Fabergé has continued to retain the same breathtaking techniques that were used to create the original Fabergé eggs within modern-day jewellery and watch collections. The Fabergé Heritage collection is a perfect example, bringing together the delicate art of guilloche enamel within elegant historic-inspired designs. Meanwhile, the Fabergé Treillage jewellery collection takes inspiration from the Diamond Trellis Egg, created by Fabergé in 1982. The soft quilting and dazzling setting of coloured gemstones signify the perfect marriage of tradition and innovation.