In 1991 he restored the plucked instruments owned by the Museo Teatrale alla Scala in Milan. He then restored the plucked instruments collection owned by the Museo Correr in Venice, and some of the instruments owned by the Conservatorio F.A. Bonporti in Trento - a branch of Riva del Garda. In 1998 he have restored a Neapolitan mandolone by “Donatus Filano, Napoli 1779” owned by the Museo dell’Accademia di Santa Cecilia in Rome: this instrument is unique, as appears to be the only mandolone of this kind, currently preserved, built by this luthier.

In 2005, for a private committent, in collaboration with Bob Van de Kerckhove, he restored a guitar by “Gennaro Fabricatore, Napoli 1811”. This guitar belonged to the Italian patriot Giuseppe Mazzini, who was also a talented guitarist.

In 2009, the centenary of Futurism, he restored, for a private client, a guitar by “Gennaro Fabricatore, Napoli 1801”. This instrument belonged to Francesco Balilla Pratella, founder of Musical Futurism.

He has been teaching Restauro Conservativo of plucked instruments, at Civica Scuola di Liuteria in Milan and at Scuola di Artigianato Artistico in Pieve di Cento - part of specialisation as Operatore Liutario Conservatore.

Since 2000 the Civica Scuola di Liuteria in Milan entrusted him for a course on Classic Guitar Construction.

His instruments, as well as in Europe, are required in Europe, America, China and Japan.
Duilio Galfetti and Wolfgang Paul, of “Il Giardino Armonico”; Dorina Frati and Marco Capucci, of ”Ensemble Baschenis”; Luca Pianca; Victor Moser, of “La Volta” directed by Jürgen Hübscher and Mauro Squillante, have used his instruments to much recording.

He is often been invited, as an expert of plectrum instruments, at various events on the mandolin (Villa Reale in Monza, Castello Sforzesco and Palazzo ai Giureconsulti in Milan, Casa Piccinni in Bari, Festival Internazionale di Mandolino in Varazze and so on).

In 1997 the well-known composer and singer Fabrizio De Andrč commissioned him a copy of a genoese baroque mandolin, which he usually played in his public performances. Other artists plays and use his instruments: Angelo Branduardi, Africa United, Avion Travel, Mauro Pagani, Teresa De Sio, Roberto Vecchioni and Ian Anderson of Jetro Tull.