Reconstructing the shape and spatially varying surface appearances of a physical-world object as well as its surrounding illumination based on 2D images (e.g., photographs) of the object has been a long-standing problem in computer vision and graphics. In this paper, we introduce a robust object reconstruction pipeline combining neural based object reconstruction and physics-based inverse rendering (PBIR). Specifically, our pipeline firstly leverages a neural stage to produce high-quality but potentially imperfect predictions of object shape, reflectance, and illumination. Then, in the later stage, initialized by the neural predictions, we perform PBIR to refine the initial results and obtain the final high-quality reconstruction. Experimental results demonstrate our pipeline significantly outperforms existing reconstruction methods quality-wise and performance-wise.