Citizen Ring History Design Panel

      General Washington is depicted in uniform, standing in front of an over-sized Stars and Stripes in motion. The three flag stars shown over Washington's right shoulder are a subtle tribute to those who have served both past and present.

      The inscription of 1776, is cast into each ring, embedding both the Spirit of the day, as well as immortalizing the image for all to see.




George Washington

      Painted in 1823 by Rembrandt Peale, 24 years after Washington's death, this Iconic Image was hailed at the time as the most life-like portrait ever created.

      Compiled from all known works, this timeless portrait was the foundation piece of the History design panel of the Citizen Ring.



Citizen Ring History Design Panel

      General Washington is depicted in uniform, standing in front of an over-sized Stars and Stripes in motion. The stars and stripes shown throughout the design meet flag code, maintaining artistic integrity.

      The inscription of 1776, is cast into each ring, embedding both the Spirit of the day, and immortalizing the image for all to see.




George Washington Portrait

      Painted in 1823 by Rembrandt Peale, 24 years after Washington's death, this Iconic Image was hailed at the time as the most life-like portrait ever created.

      Compiled from all known works, this timeless portrait was the foundation piece of the History design panel of the Citizen Ring.