This pattern depicts the cavernous halls of Khazad-dum, including grand staircases and towering pillars. A series of shields are embellished with icons and runes celebrating the Dwarven-kings of Moria. It is drawn in the strong Elvish style with elements of angular Celtic knotwork and hints of Art Deco
The runes that run along the borders of the pattern are from 'The Song of Durin', which is sung by Gimli as an ode to the splendors of Dwarrowdelf.:
"A king he was on carven throne
In many-pillared halls of stone
With golden roof and silver floor,
And runes of power upon the door."