"In Beleriand, King Thingol upon his throne was as the lords of the Maiar whose power is at rest,
whose joy is as an air that they breathe in all their days,
whose thought flows in a tide untroubled from the heights to the deeps."
JRR Tolkien, The Silmarillion
Thingol throned in his grand and hidden underground kingdom. The pillars were said to be sculpted like great beech trees, with golden lamps hung from all their branches.
In the frame, either side of him, are symbols based on those for Melian (his wife) and Luthien (his daughter), and above him his doom: the 'Nauglamir' necklace with a Silmaril in the middle.
I cried when the dwarves killed him, it was a very stupid death for a character like this
I like the choice of colour, red is like the always obvious option everyone choose for royal themes, but gold here looks so good!