A minaret atop a portal fragment is the only remaining piece of a larger structure whose remains, much more extensive at the time, were documented by Flandin in the first half of the nineteenth century. This minaret was most probably one of a pair on the monumental portal of a mosque or madrasa. Traces of the iwan entrance and a stairwell are in evidence. The north face of the portal fragment is decorated with large geometric kufic letters in blue glazed brick on a background of uncolored fired brick.
Faience decoration on the minaret dates construction to 1330-50.
E. Flandin, Relation du Voyage, Paris 1851
Donald N. Wilber, The Architecture of Islamic Iran, (New York: Greenwood Press, 1969) 182
Bagh-i Qush Minaret (Variant)
Manar-i Bagh-i Qush (Variant)
Bagh-e Qush Minaret (Variant)
Bagootch-Khana Minaret (Variant)
Bagh-i Gush (Variant)
Bagh-i Gush Khane (Variant)
Minaret of the Garden of the Falcon House (Variant)