G.B. Rogeri violin 1704 poster

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A characteristic violin from the end of the Brescian maker’s career, clearly showing the influence of Amati. Includes measurements.

‘Although made towards the end of his career, the violin is undiminished in character and workmanship. The Amati training is immediately obvious in the outline, which is as close to that of the ‘Grand Amati’ model as can be. Rogeri persisted, like Amati, in making both a small, narrower model, as well as the larger pattern.’ – John Dilworth in the December 1997 issue

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Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 42 x 62.5 cm
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