The Duchess of Cornwall came face to face with artwork of herself and the Prince of Wales at a traditional art fair in India.
It marks day seven of a nine-day tour of India, during which the couple attended a centre for abused and abandoned children and a remembrance service in Mumbai.
Touring the fair in Aluva, in the state of Kerala, Camilla also came across a miniature version of the couple on their wedding day - captured inside a bottle.
The glass bottle artwork was made by Sherin Manadath, who runs an academy teaching craft skills.
She said: "It only took about 10 minutes to make. I stuck the picture inside the bottle and added coloured gel. I made it especially for the Duchess and she said 'It's wonderful, amazing'."
Camilla browsed the other crafts, from musical instruments to wooden animals and paintings, at Aluva Palace, once the summer home of the Travancore royal family and now a state-run guest house.
All of the artists had benefited from the Kudumbashree project which fosters their entrepreneurial skills and encourages women to form self-help groups.
The project has a membership of 3.7 million with more than 50% of households in Kerala involved and it also works on developing housing, water and agriculture initiatives.