Galadriel was a royal Elf described as "the mightiest and fairest of all the Elves that remained in Middle-earth" and the "greatest of elven women". Known for her role as a great leader she created the sanctuary of Lothlórien - and is a 'Guardian of the Golden Wood'. This Art Nouveau-style design depicts the iconic scene described in The Lord of the Rings where Galadriel gazes into her Mirror on Frodo's behalf to see;
"Things that were, and things that are, and things that yet may be.”
Displaying great personal strength, Galadriel refuses the One Ring from Frodo.
The Lady of Lothlórien is wise, noble and powerful. She is at one with her surroundings, the pattern symbolises this with the leaves of the Mallorn trees and the Elanor flowers flowing into her elegant robes.