This publication, in its first volume, studies a wide variety of furniture for civil use, among which are desks, bins, bins, buffets, trunks and boxes made in the 17th and 18th centuries with a unique marquetry technique of its kind and made exclusively in the area mountain range of Oaxaca, in the Villa Alta de San Ildefonso . In the furniture of the Villa Alta there was a taste for building scenes that resemble engravings through the use of contrasting and sculpted woods filled with a black paste that was called zulaque. In the workshops of Analco, one of the two prominent neighborhoods of the Villa Alta, numerous European engravings, mainly flamenco, were on hand, which served as a source for the representation of the images displayed on the furniture. The second volume is a Catalogue of all the production that was located, both in Mexico and abroad. This part describes - by means of individual files - each one of the pieces located in the investigation; there are also references to other works not located.