Wood carvings of Bulgarian kings, prepared in the early 1900s.
The most interesting story from Daskalov House is that of the art competition between master woodcarver Dimitur Zlatev Oshanetsa and his apprentice Ivan Bochukovetsa, to see who could prepare for Daskalov the finer ceiling in the two upstairs bedrooms. Both worked at their creations for six months, unseen by the other. Daskalov declared Bochukovetsa's work to be the winner, and the apprentice was declared a master woodcarver. However the Guild of Carvers decided in favor of Oshanetsa. Both ceilings are simply amazing to look at.