After the Seljuk carpets, the second bright era of Turkish Carpet Art began in the 16th century with carpets made in and around Uşak. Uşak carpets, which are the largest and most well-known collection among Turkish carpets, are frequently depicted in the paintings of European painters and kept a lot until the end of the 18th century, but they are not mentioned in the inventory records and they are known as Turkish carpets. As two main groups, medall-coated and starry Butler carpets are frequently mentioned names.