A violin case is one of the most important tools of an active musician, and for many people it becomes a sort of personalised portable billboard that is decorated with stickers from ensembles and competitions they took part in – a traveling reminder of the highlights of the person’s own musical biography. Young musicians’ first simple violin case accompanies them to their early lessons and rehearsals, and adults also choose a case based on many factors above and beyond its ability to protect the instrument – even though obviously this is the most important function of the violin case. But every adult musician knows from experience how important it is to consider the design of the case, the layout of the inside and the comfort and convenience of transporting the instrument. There needs to be enough room for two bows, the shoulder rest, spare strings, rosin, a mute as well as a pencil and eraser; this is the standard which every case in our catalogue naturally meets. A hygrometer is an important feature in water-tight cases, and having a convenient and comfortable way to carry your instrument matters a great deal, even if you choose an ultra-light carbon-fibre violin case. Many of these kinds of hard-shell cases also have a pouch for sheet music and an optional rain cover to further protect it. We custom-select every violin case we offer – no matter whether contoured, half-moon or oblong – by working closely with professional musicians and the experts at our workshop to ensure that each case meets the needs of both the instruments themselves and their owners as well as possible.