CERVANTES, Enrique A. Loza Blanca y Azulejo de Puebla. Mexico, [privately printed], 1939.
4to. Two volumes. Original wrappers, labels printed in blue and black on front covers, pp. xi, 303, ; 331, , highly illustrated with cut-out and mounted tinted, black-and-white, and colour printed illustrations after photographs; minimal rubbing to edges; a very good set in the original state.
Number 751 of a print run of 2000. An early standard work on White Stoneware and Tiles of Puebla, meticulously documenting European-influenced pottery of Puebla from the 16th to the 20th century. Puebla was founded in 1531 and the most prolific pottery of the Spanish Empire were soon to flourish.