These two medallions were created to be used as centered medallions in parquet floors on the landings of a staircase. The top is a custom designed eagle from the coat of arms of Carniola, a region that spanned most of historic land of Slovenia. The corners are made of beech. The body, wings, head and the tail are made of walnut. The feet, beak and darker parts of the chess field of the chest plate are made of cherry. The claws, the light parts of the chest plate and the crown are made out of figured maple. The tongue and the fabric on the crown are made of padouk. The inlay is glued on top of a beech plywood base. The medallion below is a coat of arms of Slovenia. The edge is made of beech. The border and the stars are made of cherry. The surroundings are made of walnut. The mountains are made of regular maple, and the waves are made of figured maple. The inlay is glued on top of a beech plywood base. Below you can also see how the top medallion is incorporated in my design of the landing. The stairs and parquet is made of solid beech. The centre of the landing is separated from the border planks with a walnut strip.