Anglo-Indian Portrait Miniature Silver Cufflinks This pair of oval double sided silver cufflinks incorporates the rendering of two famous buildings of India. Executed in watercolor assumed on ivory is the depiction of the magnificent Taj Mahal and what may be the Tomb of Safdarjung - a garden tomb in a marble mausoleum built in 1754 in Delhi. All of the portraits are mounted under glass.
A minaret (Turkish: minare, from Arabic manārah (lighthouse)مناره, sometimes مئذنه) is a distinctive architectural feature of Islamic mosques, generally a tall spire with an onion-shaped or conical crown, usually either free standing or taller than any associated support structure. The basic form of a minaret includes a base, shaft, and gallery. Styles vary regionally and by period. Minarets provide a visual focal point and are used for the call to prayer (adhan).