The instruments of Giovanni Battista Rogeri (1642 – c. 1710) combine a high level of refinement with a bold, direct approach to the form, reflecting the influence of both Cremonese and Brescian principles. Rogeri built some of his violins on a full and broad model reminiscent of grand-pattern Amati. He emulated smaller Amatese forms in others. Rogeri even modeled some of his instruments directly after the work of an earlier Brescian maker, Giovanni Paolo Maggini (1580-1630). Similar to Maggini’s work, these instruments incorporate double purfling and intricate designs. Rogeri's Maggini-modeled instruments have often been mistakenly confused with authentic Magginis and are among the first copies of instruments of the early Brescian school.