The Supreme Court has a traditional seal, which is similar to the Great Seal of the United States, but which has a single star beneath the eagle's claws— symbolizing the Constitution's creation of "one Supreme Court." The Seal of the Supreme Court of the United States is kept in the custody of the Clerk of the Court and is stamped on official papers, such as certificates given to attorneys newly admitted to practice before the Supreme Court. The seal now used is the fifth in the Court's history.
The silver-plated 2021 ornament celebrates the Seal of the Supreme Court of the United States. The Supreme Court Building sits at the base of the frame above a dated ribbon. The background of the Seal is recessed and the Federal Eagle is raised for a dimensional appearance.
This year’s ornament complements the others in the Supreme Court Historical Society annual series. It is packaged in a beautiful box, perfect for gift-giving and years of enjoyment. This is a “Made in the U.S.A.” product.