Imamzadah Ibrahim, also known as Shahzadah Ibrahim, is a mausoleum commemorating a descendant of the seventh Shi'a Imam. It is located in Kashan, Iran, on the southwestern outskirts of the modern city toward Bagh-i Fin. Inscriptions on the building date its foundation to 1303 AH (1885-1886 CE) and name its patron as Khalah Bigum, a woman from the nearby village of Fin. Another inscription records the installation of mirror-work decorations (ainah-kari) to the iwan to 1308 AH (1890-1891 CE).
The mausoleum consists of a rectangular compound enclosed by a wall. At its entrance (on the north end), visitors first enter a large courtyard planted with trees. On the far side of the courtyard is a large iwan fronting the domed tomb chamber. The iwan has a triple-arched portico, with the central arch being taller and broader than the two flanking it. The interior is decorated profusely with mirror-work, carved, and glazed ornament. Two minarets dressed in tile rise above this iwan.
The tomb chamber is vaulted with a conical dome. The exterior of this dome is covered in tiles. A door on the south side of the chamber leads onto a second, back courtyard.