|Title||The Betrothal Ring|
|Material(s)||Ink on paper|
|Dimensions||H-12.75 W-10.625 inches|
This lithograph depicts a man and woman in theatrical costume posing on a porch between two fluted columns on pedestals.
The woman admires a ring being placed on her finger by the man, who stands behind and to her right.
She wears a bare shouldered gown with short sleeves and a peacock feather purse.
The man wears knee breeches, stockings, a plumed hat, cloak, and a rapier.
The print is marked in the lower left corner: Florent Williams/guithl 1866; printed below image: F. Williams Pinxt./Gravure Goupil & Cir./Exposition Universalle De 1878;
|Notes||Lithograph after a daguereotype.|
|Collection||KHS Museum Collection|
|Physical Holder||Kentucky Historical Society - KHS|