I love how the dwarf who created it engraved an image of it on itself, "in ash." I don't even know what that means, I didn't know ash was a thing you could engrave. It's not wood from an ash tree, because that would be called ashen, I'm told. Maybe he glued the ash on like an arts-and-crafts project and then carved it in? Alternate theory, it is not an image of the glove, in ash. It is an image of the glove in ash. As in, the dwarf created a really spectacular gauntlet, then decided he had to carve onto the side an image of that gauntlet lying in a pile of ash, presumably because the world burned around it and the gauntlet is the only remaining sign of anyone having lived and fought and died there. Dwarves are real downers.
I wonder if the image of the gauntlet on the gauntlet is also engraved with an image of the image of the gauntlet on the image of the gauntlet on the gauntlet. And that image has an image of the image on the gauntlet on the image of the gauntlet on the image of the gauntlet on the gauntlet. Dwarves, man.