Colour print of a painting called "The Matchmaker." The name of the artist has been ripped off the bottom right of the print. There is a white border with grey decoration around the print, and three captions along the bottom: on the left reads "ONE OF THREE PLATES/ PRESENTED WITH/ PEARS' ANNUAL 1916," in the middle reads "THE MATCHMAKER" and the bottom right is ripped, but what is visible reads "FROM THE ORIGINAL PAINTING/ BY CHAS. B[?]." The bottom left of the painting says "Pears." The painting depicts a young man on the left, sitting forward on a settee with a walking stick between his hands; he has a top hat and gloves beside him on his left. He is looking across the Victorian sitting room at a young woman, who is sewing and wearing a large white gown with a pink ribbon around her waist and in her hair. In the background is an older woman, wearing a purple gown and a white bonnet with a ribbon; she has her left hand on a white door and is looking back at the two young people as she is about to exit and leave them alone. In the sitting room is an empty chair, a table with a plant on it, a table with boxes and a bouquet of flowers on it, and a piano, among other furniture and various paintings on the walls. The walls have floral wallpaper.