Our cases have been time tested to keep performing for many years. All of our cases are made entirely in our modern factory, assuring the quality control needed to deliver the best protection for your stringed instrument. After rigorous inspection and the necessary time in the drying rooms, our cases leave the factory in the Philippines to make the six-week trip to our distribution center in Alabama.
Today our fine line of cases is constructed from the best materials available worldwide. We import velvet and silk material from Germany, our wood from North Carolina, our locks from Germany, other hardware from New Jersey, bow spinners from Maryland… well you get the picture. We buy from small businesses just like us whose owners have worked hard and long to make a product that will last. We have built relationships with these businesses so that together we can build a case that reflects the best in ideas and materials. While not the worlds' largest maker of violin cases, we pride ourselves on making the best value for the serious player. The range of cases we make should meet the needs of the most discriminating virtuoso as well as the beginning student.