Lukovit Treasure dates back to the second half of 4th century BC. It consists of two groups of items: applications for horse harness and 9 vessels (5 phialae, 3 pitchers and 1 bowl). All these are made of silver and partially gilt to accent on the scenes represented. The vessels are richly ornamented with floral decorations and human heads. On the applications there are images of different animals: lion, griffin, dog, deer, etc. Many have representations of the Thracian horseman. Two applications display a lion attacking a deer – the latter has fallen on the ground because of the weight of the predator. Third application shows us two horsemen hunting lions – the carnivores are wallowing on the ground under the hoofs of the horses.
Today the treasure is exhibited in the National Archaeological Museum in Sofia.