Giovanni Paolo Maggini

Year: 1620

Region: Italian Violin (Brescia)

G.P. Maggini (1580 – 1630) worked in Botticino (Brescia), Italy and was a pupil of the most important violin maker of the Brescian school, Gasparo da Salò. Favored by violinists who enjoy a wood smoke sound in the high register of the G string. In the romantic era of the early twentieth century, Maggini violins were in fact considered superior to Stradivari.

Certificates:
Association des Maitres Luthiers Suisses, St. Gallen, January 15, 1970
Herman Glassl, Munich, January 27, 1932

Available at TONG MING XI COMMONWEALTH WORKSHOP

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