Tendered to The Legerdemain concierge: A standard manila envelope. It is sealed with the impress of a circled, double headed serpent turned inward towards itself. Within the circle is an anvil. The sealing wax is burgundy. After a few days, the seal does not look quite as pristine and crisp as it should.
Within, a letter written on medium stock, conventional business vellum. There are two columns of text, one in Common, one in Orcish. The letterhead indicates a business entity registered and headquartered in Ironforge, somewhere between the Mystic Ward and the Hall of Explorers.
My name is Kurgana Barrow, and I represent an independent, specialist mercantile endeavor called The Ring of Law. I am responding to your recent request for skilled artisans in glass and metals who respect proprietary and commercial confidentiality.
The Ring of Law is principally a geological and archaeological research, surveying and recovery concern with auxiliary interests in repair, reconstruction, and innovations based upon discovered artifacts and materials.
As a new venture the Ring of Law is proactive in expanding its client base and expertise. The Ring of Law intends to grow through a combination of quality, discretion and competitive pricing. We are field capable and able to extract resources and utilize them in ways that many other organizations would find too difficult or too daunting. In keeping with our Dark Iron roots, we are of the tried and true belief that to get to the crystal, the geode needs be cracked, and that requires strong hands and firm purpose. We offer the most exacting and meticulous Dwarven and Gnomish technologies and craft.
For further information and details, please reply through the good services of The Legerdemain, and we can meet for further discussion to see how we might profit one another.
There follows some administrative and numeric notations in Dwarvish, and a stamp of the seal. It is overwritten with a neat and sparing signature.
Last edited by Kurgana Barrow
on May 5th, 2015, 8:43 pm, edited 2 times in total.