NEW! CITY SLABS
Spirit Slabs is growing! Check out the new City Slab line below. Now you can show your city pride in style!
Watch for additions to this collection coming soon.
The new Columbus Slab is inspired by an unlikely source. Many maintenance hole covers around town have the city's Coat of Arms engraved in them. This slab focuses on an intricate part of the cover.
The Ohio slab is inspired by carvings on the side of the Supreme Court building in downtown Columbus. The design has elements of the State Seal along with the year Ohio became a state.
The Statehouse slab is inspired by the view looking up from the center of the iconic rotunda. It is 120 feet from the floor to the Great Seal of Ohio, which is the centerpiece of the 29 foot wide skylight of the dome above. The Seal is hand painted, but it is not the original seal that was used in 1861 when the Statehouse was completed.
The Seal of Cincinnati was first adopted in 1819. It includes a sword, caduceus and scales along with the Latin phrase Juncta Juvant. The phrase loosely translates to “unity assists” or “strength in unity.” The University of Cincinnati uses a variation of the design for its seal which was adopted in 1906. The Cincinnati Seal Slab is inspired by the university seal engraved outside the historic Nippert Stadium.