Pietro Giacomo Rogeri, Brescia, 1717
Bearing its original label.
Length of back: 35.15 cm
Upper bouts: 16.16 cm
Middle bouts: 10.76 cm
Lower bouts: 20 cm
Notes:One of the instruments exhibited in Brescia in June, 2007 at the "Gio Paolo Maggini Secoli di dettagli" exhibition.
Gio Paolo Maggini, Exhibition - Brescia, Italy, 2007
"His father had already been deceased for some years now and he was free to interpret some details of his work more personally. One of the most evident characteristics can be seen in the long, narrow and hooked corners."
Liutai in Brescia: 1520-1724, Eric Blot, Liutai in Brescia: 1520-1724, Cremona
|in 1953||Sven Boström|
|in 1995||Professor Bengt Reutersköld|
|from 2005||Chi-Mei Culture Foundation, Taiwan|
Certificates & Documents
- Certificate: A. Arnold (1953)
- Certificate: John & Arthur Beare, London (1953)
Cozio holds copies of many certificates and other documents, some of which are available to view on request. Please contact us if you wish to view a particular document. (Note that we do not always have permission to share documents.)
- Correspondence with Chi Mei Foundation consultant, October, 2005
- Gio Paolo Maggini, Exhibition - Brescia, Italy, 2007
- Gio: Paolo Maggini in Brescia (exhibition catalog), nuovesettimanebaroche, Brescia (illustrated)
- Italienische Violinen des 18. Jahrhunderts, John Huber, Verlag Erwin Bochinsky, Frankfurt am Main (illustrated)
- Liutai in Brescia: 1520-1724, Eric Blot, Eric Blot Edizioni, Cremona (illustrated)
- The Legend of Italian Violins: Brescian and Cremonese Violin Makers 1550-1950, Dai Ting Chung, Wen-Lo Shi (illustrated)
- The Violin Market, John Huber, Verlag Erwin Bochinsky, Frankfurt am Main (illustrated)