The domed tomb chamber known as Shah Kamaliya is located in the vicinity of the Friday Mosque of Yazd. According to contemporary local histories, it was part of a complex that comprised a madrasa, a khanqah, a mausoleum and a water reservoir built in 1320 (720 A.H.) by the order of Kamal al-Din Abolma'ali, a local patrician and vizier under the Muzaffarid ruler Mubaraz al-Din. Of the original complex, only the tomb-chamber and a bathhouse have survived.
The extant monument comprises a rectangular courtyard, an iwan and a square tomb chamber in which the patron and his descendents were buried. The dome is decorated with blue tiles forming star-like geometric patterns. The interior displays inscriptive and floral decoration in painted plaster. During the restorations that were undertaken in the 1970s, the remains of luster-painted tiles containing figural and vegetal representations were discovered.