This is the first piece in my "Home Decor" collection, and I figured why not cross it with my Game of Thrones theme I have been working on? This is the fourth crowned skull of potentially many more. He is The Night King made of obsidian with glowing blue moonstone eyes and a crown made of plated quartz points and inlaid with Amethyst and more blue sheen moonstone to match his eyes. The Night King is the first of the whitewalkers, and he brings with him destruction wherever he goes.
This is my rendition of him. With eyes like ice and a stare that will follow you around the room.
" In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, the Night's King was a Lord Commander of the Night's Watch during its earliest years, not long after the Long Night ended and the Wall was completed. He is considered a legendary, half-mythical figure, not far removed from Bran the Builder. If he really did exist, it was almost eight thousand years ago - consider that while the Night's King was the thirteenth Lord Commander, at the time of the War of the Five Kings, Jeor Mormont is the 997th Lord Commander.
However, the Night's King fell in love with a woman "with skin as white as the moon and eyes like blue stars"; he loved her though "her skin was cold as ice", and when he gave his seed to her he gave her his soul as well. He brought her to the Nightfort and bound the brothers of the Night's Watch to his will through sorcery. He declared himself "Night's King" and ruled over the Wall and the Giftas his own. The King in the North and Joramun, the King-Beyond-the-Wall, joined forces to defeat him.
After he was killed, it was discovered that he had been making human sacrifices to the Others - the White Walkers - and all records of him were destroyed, and uttering his name was forbidden, so it became lost to history. Nevertheless, it is believed he may have been a Bolton, a Magnar of Skagos, an Umber, a Flint, a Norrey, or a Woodfoot, though Old Nan claims to know a version of the tale where he was actually a Stark, brother to the King-in-the-North, named Bran.
" - From Night's King - Game of Thrones Wiki