A student of Ettore Soffritti, Ernesto Pevere followed his teacher's work closely, even labeling some of his instruments with his teacher's name. His considerable output, which ranges in quality of materials and workmanship from ordinary to exceptional, is mostly based on Stradivari, Guarneri, ...Read More and Guadagnini. The varnish is generally quite good and is often some variety of orange color. Though he worked in Ferrara until his death in 1963, Pevere sold many of his instruments in Turin and abroad.
- The auction record for this maker is $30,550 in May 2000, for a cello. - 16 auction price results.