TTArtisan lenses tend to be more basic and budget-friendly than larger third-party or first-party lens manufacturers, but its latest lens eschews that mentality and puts an emphasis on luxury. The Chinese optics manufacturer has revealed a limited-edition version of its 35mm F1.4 lens for Leica M-mount cameras that’s covered in 24K gold.

Aside from the fancy exterior, the basic specs of the fully-manual lens remain the same as its less-flashy black and silver counterparts. It’s constructed of eight elements in seven groups, features an aperture range of F1.4 through F16, uses a 10-blade aperture diaphragm, has a 49mm front filter thread and offers a minimum focusing distance of 70cm.

TTArtisan doesn’t elaborate on whether the ‘Gold Skin’ lens constructed of gold-plated or gold-filled metal, but based on the price, it’s safe to assume the former. TTArtisan will also engrave a custom image onto the lens cap and lens barrel for buyers at no extra cost.

TTArtisan is making just 200 of these lenses. You can pre-order the lens now for $1,150, a $750 premium over the black and silver editions of the lens. The first units are expected to ship next week.