Ernil i Pheriannath
Pippin soon found himself arrayed in strange garments, all of black and silver. He had a small hauberk, its rings forged of steel, maybe, yet black as jet; and a high crowned helm with small raven-wings on either side, set in a silver star in the centre of the circlet. Above the mail was a short surcoat of black, but broidered on the breast in silver with the token of the Tree...He looked now, had he known it, verily Ernil i Pheriannath, the Prince of the Halflings, that folk called him; but he felt uncomortable.
--J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings: Book V, chapter 4:"The Siege of Gondor"
media: pen and ink on glossy paper