Ming has introduced its latest flagship watch, the 20.11 Mosaic. Enclosed by a 41 mm grade 5 titanium case, its intricate dial is made from three layers of sapphire crystal featuring a pattern created by 2,650 tiny squares. Each one is etched by a high-power femtosecond laser using a variety of opacities on different tiers of the dial. The result is a multi-dimensional mosaic that changes depending on the light. The transparent affair continues with a pair of sapphire crystal hands outlined with ceramic Super-LumiNova. The same coating is also on the marking making the watch visible at night. Powered by an S MING Cal. ASE 200.2 with an 86-hour power reserve, the movement has been matte-blasted with a black DLC coating and is visible through the sapphire case back. The watch comes with two handmade straps from Jean Rousseau Paris and is limited to just 50 pieces.