According to Petrov, the stone belonged to a Dwarven lord who fell in love with an Elven maiden. He constructed an elaborate palatial residence deep in a mountain somewhere outside Hommet where the two of them were to elope. When she jilted him, the palace, says Petrov, became her tomb.
The stone has dwarven runes carved on one side. According to Petrov, the runes read ‘to my beloved’, though the party has since discerned they actually read ‘this side up’, whatever that means.
Twice per day the stone can be used to cast Dancing Lights.