Until now, the only way to contemplate a Moritz Grossmann movement was through the sapphire crystal caseback. The Atum Backpage has changed all that by showing off the 107.0 calibre on the dial side, and from a more interesting perspective than simply the gears. The Glashütte firm has gone to the trouble of creating a "mirror image" of its 100.1 movement, newly designed to be fitted into the case the opposite way round. This means the large cutaway in the dial opens onto the balance and spring assembly with its engraved cock, a hallmark of Saxon watchmaking along with the snailing on the ratchet wheel. Yours to admire from the comfort of your wrist. The Atum Backpage is cased in pink gold. There is also a limited edition of 18 pieces in platinum.