Today as called panel painting dates back to very old times. Having the first name as Edirnekari, this art was applied on various materials like wood and leather after 14th century. It was also used in bookbindery; embroideries were done with madder and gold foils and finalized by polishing with lacquer. This decorative art first appeared in the palace’s city Edirne. It is seen on door leaves, ceilings, dower chests, cabinet doors, coin boxes, wooden shutters and binders. It was sometimes used with other wood techniques. These were wooden marquetry and carving arts. Edirnekari decorations were mostly stylized animal figures, flowers, Chinese cloudy patterns. Later baroque and rococo style patterns were added. Within Turkish decorative art, the still-life works also known as Sukufe were embroidered with designs like rose, carnation, tulip, jacinth in a naturalist style. The most significant examples of this art is seen on the Edirne Palace and on harem decorations of Topkapı Palace.