Aeternum Aureum Violin Case
A modern tribute to the classic 1700s violin case, thought to have been designed by Stradivari himself: Rounded end design, with the violin cradled at a slant, for both visual appeal and spatial efficiency. The Aureum is an unabashedly luxurious case, with extra plush interior padding, Italian suede leather lining, contrasting striped ribbons at the case bottom, and a series of genuine Swarovski crystals covering interior screw heads. As in all Musafia cases, safety is paramount; the Aeternum Aureum has Musafia's monolithic impact absorbing system, with added structural load-bearing partitions and bolted steel L-reinforcements. Available in choice of beige or brown interiors, with military-grade, Teflon treated Cordura black fabric cover with subway handleWeight: 6.6 lbs.
Aeternum Aureum Violin Case Dimensions:
Length 31.7" x Width 10.5" x Height 5.6"
Weight: 6.6 lbs
1-Year Limited Warranty
This item comes with Shar's 1 year warranty covering defects of workmanship or materials. General wear and tear or mis-use are not covered. Non-transferable.
30-Day No Hassle Return Policy
If you are not satisfied with this item for any reason you may return it for a full refund within 30 days of purchase.
If you have any questions about this product's warranty or to make a return please contact our Customer Service Department at 800.793.4334 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dimitri Musafia: The Stradivari of Case Makers
Behind every Musafia case is the lifetime of experience and passion of Dimitri Musafia himself. Trained in Cremona as a master violin maker, Dimitri Musafia recognized the need for a hand-crafted violin case to protect the world's most valuable instruments. Musafia and his assistants have been crafting Musafia cases by hand in Cremona, Italy, since 1983. Starting with years of careful research and development, tireless experimentation with every conceivable shell material, hardware and protective features, no effort was spared in meeting the core mission of providing the utmost in safety for precious instruments . . . and peace of mind for their owners.
It is no surprise that Musafia cases have gained a loyal following among the world's greatest artists, collectors and heads of state. With each and every case receiving the personal attention of Dimitri Musafia himself, these are not mere manufactured products they are lifelong investments that bring with them the assurance of Dimitri Musafia standing behind each Musafia case. With standardized replacement parts always available, as well as the expertise of the Musafia workshop standing by, owning a Musafia case is an experience from an era that has long since passed. That is why Musafia cases are the most sought after cases in the world.
"My name goes onto every case that leaves my shop. Each one is thus an extension of myself: For this reason I cannot allow that they be anything less than the best possible."
- Dimitri Musafia
Ratings & Reviews
Musafia Aetrernum Violin Case
I have had my Musafia case for 5 years now. It looks just as good as it did new. The fittings and hinges on the case are first rate and hold up very well. The strap lugs are bolted in , not just screwed. My case saved my violin from a very bad fall when it was pushed off my shoulder in the Detroit airport. The case landed top down on the concrete. I felt sick at that moment. I got to the next gate, opened my case and my violin was still in tune! It was just fine, The case was paid for in that split second. I'm sure a sound post crack would have cost thousands to repair, and devalued my instrument greatly. Musafia is constantly trying to improve their cases and fittings. I have been very impressed with the responses I have gotten from Dimitri Musafia himself. He even sent me a set of his newest bow holders from Cremona, Italy for me to try and give him my opinion on. There are other good cases, but when I needed another one for another instrument I went straight to Musafia.
This is a perfect example of how looks and marketing f can be very deceptive. I paid $1500 USD for this piece of crappy junk. Musafia Salvatore Accardo model violin case. Bought at Raffael Carraba Violins in Seattle, WA. This case was bought new and I never even took this case anywhere and the lock broke, one of the temperature thermometer fell out, hinge is cracked X the outer edge of the smell is falling apart. I have contacted Musafia many times and no response. Customer service is nonexistent. I have converted over to BAM hightech l'etoile. I refuse to spend more of my hard earned money to get this item repaired and sent back to Musafia. If they were an ethical company with a "real life time warranty", th need to replace this case at their expense. At least 9 violin shops that I trust told me never to buy a Musafia case and now I can see the reason why.