Ceramiche Rometti was created in 1927 in Umbertide by ceramicist Settimio Rometti and with contributions from his grandchildren, Aspromonte Rometti and Dante Baldelli. Their dream had a precise and ambitious form: Ceramiche Rometti would become a synthesis of art, craftsmanship and industrial production. Freeing themselves from all intellectual constraints and limitations, the artists experimented with form, sculpted figures, vases, lamps, plates, graffiti and paintings.
The style of Ceramiche Rometti was the eclectic and timeless production of genuine pieces of art, in which the cultural and aesthetic plans of the European avant-garde blended with an emotional connection to the Umbrian land and its traditions. Over the decades, Ceramiche Rometti has remained an important reference point, making use of special collaborations with great designers such as Chantal Thomass, Lorena D'Ilio, Kenzo Takada, Ugo La Pietra and many others.